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Rissa, Norway | command_post_outside3.jpg

Torpedobatteri, Gruppe Agdenes

Rissa, Norway | command_post_outside3.jpg

DA möchte ich hin :-) Norway

DA möchte ich hin :-) Norway

Rissa, Norway | naerforsvarsstilling2.jpg war post

Torpedobatteri, Gruppe Agdenes

Rissa, Norway | naerforsvarsstilling2.jpg war post

Dead British soldiers in Norway, April 1940.

Dead British soldiers in Norway, April 1940.

Rissa, Norway | command_post_outside2.jpg

Torpedobatteri, Gruppe Agdenes

Rissa, Norway | command_post_outside2.jpg

south pole amundsen - Google Search

south pole amundsen - Google Search

17.05.1814 Norges grunnlov vedtatt på Eidsvoll  (Wikipedia).

17.05.1814 Norges grunnlov vedtatt på Eidsvoll (Wikipedia).

Vemork: hydroelectric power plant outside Rjukan in Tinn, Norway. The plant was built by Norsk Hydro and opened in 1911, its main purpose being to fix nitrogen for the production of fertilizer. Vemork was later the site of the first plant in the world to mass-produce heavy water developing from the hydrogen production then used for the Haber process. During World War II, Vemork was the target of Norwegian heavy water sabotage operations.

Vemork: hydroelectric power plant outside Rjukan in Tinn, Norway. The plant was built by Norsk Hydro and opened in 1911, its main purpose being to fix nitrogen for the production of fertilizer. Vemork was later the site of the first plant in the world to mass-produce heavy water developing from the hydrogen production then used for the Haber process. During World War II, Vemork was the target of Norwegian heavy water sabotage operations.

Vadsø, Northern Norway 1945. Retreating German forces burnt down more than 12000 houses and other valuable infrastructure in Finnmark and Northern Troms in late 1944 and early 1945. More than 50000 inhabitants were forced from their homes and livestock were slaughtered. The popolations and their livestock suffered tremendously during the brutal executed scorched earth operations when ill-diciplied and often drunken German soldiers torched houses, looted, raped and commited cruelties.

Vadsø, Northern Norway 1945. Retreating German forces burnt down more than 12000 houses and other valuable infrastructure in Finnmark and Northern Troms in late 1944 and early 1945. More than 50000 inhabitants were forced from their homes and livestock were slaughtered. The popolations and their livestock suffered tremendously during the brutal executed scorched earth operations when ill-diciplied and often drunken German soldiers torched houses, looted, raped and commited cruelties.

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORWAY APRIL - JUNE 1940

THE BRITISH ARMY IN NORWAY APRIL - JUNE 1940

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