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JULY 1941

 Day Description  Notes
Volunteers to the Norwegian Legion to be given significant financial support for themselves and their families
Haugesund – harbour bombed.
Baard Krogvig visits Norway to investigate Milorg organisation
Reply from London, almost a reprimand, to Milorg’s letter of June 10
Haugesund bombed again
Norwegian squadron 331(N) established at RAF Catterick
London – Government obtained two Lockheed-Lodestars for London – Stockolm route
LO leaders Tangen and Hansteen summoned to Terboven.
British aircraft attack German ships in Kirkenes harbour.
Oslo: Five TUC members, arrested in June, were released..
Tverboven issues an edict giving him greater powers and allowing harsher punishments to combat “…unusual events that affected the public life in Norway.” ‘State of Emergency Edict.’
British naval force to Svalbard – N. Government not informed. Admiral Vian (Jössingfjord) in charge.
  1941  /  Timeline  /  Last Updated November 27, 2013 by Geronimo Gando  / 


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