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 Day Description  Notes
All radios, except those owned by NS members, confiscated
Quisling letter to Dr. Lammer, Hitler’s chief advisor – arguing for an independent N.S. Norwegian Government
Lawyers Henning Bødtker, Paul Frank and Olav Tendeland barred from practise because of “malignant attack against NS”
Frithjof Pedersen, Alf Konrad Lindeberg and Melankton Rasmussen shot in Akershus fortress. They were the first members of the Resistance to be executed by the Germans.
Sale of milk and milk products strictly regulated.
London: Commanding Admiral Henry Diesen resigned because of disagreement about use of flights on ‘Stockholm route.’
Oslo: Meeting of Home Forces leaders to discuss constitutional and political questions. Second ‘Grimelund-møte’
German troopships Donau and Bahia Laura sunk off N. coast.
  1941  /  Timeline  /  Last Updated November 27, 2013 by Geronimo Gando  / 


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