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 Day Description  Notes
Lerwick, Shetlands. Eight new motor torpedo boats ready for action in North Sea.
One of two British bomber aircraft and two gliders crash-land in southern Norway. Twenty three British soldiers captured and later murdered – one of first results of Hitler’s “commando order”. Operation ‘Freshman’
Oslo – The teachers who had been exiled to forced labour in Northern Norway returned home.
582 Norwegian Jews – women and children arrested and driven to Oslo harbour. Transported to Germany in ‘slaveship’ S.S. Donau.
Bykle district – B. Fjelstad and N Gabrielsen dropped by parachute in connection with ‘Cheese’ and ‘Carhampton.’
  1942  /  Timeline  /  Last Updated November 27, 2013 by Geronimo Gando  / 


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