Norwegian resistance, 1940-1945 / by Tore Gjelsvik ; translated from the Norwegian by Thomas Kingston Derry.
Tore Gjelsvik 1916-Book
Secret German documents seized during the raid on the Lofoten Islands on the 4th March, 1941 : embodying instructions to the Army on the control of the Press and on collaboration with the Gestapo in dealing with Norwegian nationals / presented by the Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs to Parliament by Command of His Majesty.
London : Royal Norwegian government information ofice
English translation followed by facsimiles of the original German documents.
Issued also in the office of the Foreign Office publications as Norway no. 1 (1941).
Cmd. (Great Britain. Parliament)
28 pages : facsimiles
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