4 edition of The German occupation of Norway found in the catalog.
The German occupation of Norway
Paul Gerhardt Vigness
|Statement||Paul G. Vigness.|
|LC Classifications||D802.N7 V54 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||285 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||285|
|LC Control Number||2008369041|
Eighty years ago today German Armed Forces showed up in Norway—uninvited, unannounced, and unwelcome. Despite holding out for longer than most other European countries overrun by the Nazis, Norway finally capitulated on J It would remain occupied for over five years—longer than any other European country, excepting only . A rare book, written in German about Jersey that was presented to a Red Cross nurse in , is returned to the island.
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German occupation stamps refer to those issued for various European countries that were occupied by the military forces of the German Empire, between and , or by the military forces of the Third Reich between and The map above shows the European theater of World War I in The countries in salmon are the German Empire. English: Starting with the invasion of April 9, , Norway was under military occupation of German forces and civil rule of a German commissioner in collaboration with a Pro-German puppet government. The occupation ended May 8, , after the capitulation of German forces in Europe. Having maintained its neutrality during World War I, Norwegian foreign and military .
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Although the occupation of Denmark and Norway by the Nazis in WWII is often unknown or at least overlooked, this book is a fascinating insight into both Anglo-Scandinavian and German-Scandinavian relations during the second world war/5(10).
The German Invasion of Norway is an outstanding book on the topic its name implies. While not a groundbreaking study, it is nevertheless the best effort so far to present an overall picture on the operation. This book focuses almost exclusively on the The German occupation of Norway book aspect on the war, the air and land elements are only mentioned briefly when they are Cited by: 2.
Norwegian heavy water sabotage (Bokmål: Tungtvannsaksjonen; Nynorsk: Tungtvassaksjonen) was a series of Allied-led efforts to halt German heavy water production via hydroelectric plants in Norway during World War was successfully undertaken by Norwegian commandos and Allied bombing raids.
During the war, the Allies sought to inhibit the German development of nuclear Location: Telemark, Norway. The German occupation of Norway.
[Paul G Vigness] Norway -- History -- German occupation, Norway. More like this: Similar Items Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Paul G Vigness. Find more information about: OCLC Number. The book is hardcover and titled "THE GERMAN OCCUPATION OF NORWAY" by Paul G. Vigness PH.D.
The book has pages of great reading. The book is pre-owned in VERY GOOD condition - the binding is solid - the text is lightly handled, clean, free of markings - the cover has shelving wear / shelving marks present at the margins and Rating: % positive.
Books with the subject: German Occupation Of Netherlands ( ) Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. This book is hard-bound in blue paper covered boards, with a gilt stamped brown cloth spine, in a dust jacket with scuffing, soiling, edge-wear, and sunning to the spine.
Stated First Edition. Military History WWII Blood The Midnight Sun German Occupation Norway 1st | eBaySeller Rating: % positive. A brilliant documentary book that deals with the occupation until the liberation, the background for the assault on Norway, the campaign inthe conditions for the civilian population and both the civilian and military resistance struggle.
The German occupation of Norway began on 9 April after German forces invaded the neutral Scandinavian country of Norway.
It ended on 8 Mayafter the capitulation of German forces in Europe. The occupation of Norway in the spring of by Nazi Germany was swift and decisive. The German army quickly swept through Norway and in one month established its rule there. Its one weak area in the whole campaign was that many German troops had to be landed by sea and the control of the sea around Norway’s coast was vital.
Books with the subject: German Occupation Of Norway ( ) Up to 20 books are listed, in descending order of popularity. April Norway has been invaded by Germany and the royal family and government have fled into the interior. The German envoy to Norway tries to negotiate a peace.
Ultimately, the decision on Norway's future will rest with the King. Director: Erik Poppe | Stars: Jesper Christensen, Anders Baasmo Christiansen, Karl Markovics, Tuva Novotny/10(K).
Church Resistance to Nazism in Norway, examines the evolution of the Lutheran state Church of Norway in response to the German occupation. While Ge. The book opens in the spring ofas Norway is suffering under Nazi occupation.
Four ex-pat Norwegian commandos are heading to the coast with the intent of recruiting and training saboteurs their ultimate goal is a German airbase, as the /5. After German troops withdrew from Norway at the end of the Second World War, an official programme of weeding out occupation liaisons began that resulted in the arrest of s young women and the detention in military camps of 5, girls who were known to have had children with German soldiers.
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I agree with the answer that Sætrang wrote earlier, but I feel the need to come with another perspective. Norwegians during the occupation felt longing for freedom and had a feeling of uncertainty.
But compared to occupation in other countries nor. Set in the context of modern Danish foreign relations, and tracing the country’s responses to successive crises and wars in the region, Danish Reactions to German Occupation brings a full overview of the occupation to an English-speaking audience.
Holbraad carefully dissects the motivations and ideologies driving conduct during the occupation Brand: U C L Press, Limited. Norway had approximately Jewish residents at the time of the German invasion in Aprilmaking up no more than per cent of the total population of Norway at the time.
Norwegian Jews were arrested and deported in A first class historical well researchd book on the German occupation of Denmark and Norway in WW2. It is a long book of pages in close print, so you have a long read ahead of you. just right for the long winter evenings.
I am still half way through and I am learning from page to page of this little discussed aspect of WW/5. Since the liberation from the German occupation of –, the dominant national narrative has been of the far-reaching exploitation and destruction of the Norwegian economy by the occupant forces.
The scholarly basis for this narrative was a book written by Odd Aukrust and Petter Jacob Bjerke in Cited by: 2.The German occupation of Norway by Paul Gerhardt Vigness; 2 editions; First published in ; Subjects: History; Places: Norway; Times: German occupation, The Norwegian resistance to the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany began after Operation Weserübung in and ended in It took several forms: Asserting the legitimacy of the exiled government, and by implication the lack of legitimacy of Vidkun Quisling's pro-Nazi regime and Josef Terboven's military administration; The initial defense in Southern Norway, which Key events: Operation Weserübung, Norwegian .