Norwegian resistance movement

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Weserübung
Norwegian Campaign
Elverum Authorization
Midtskogen · Vinjesvingen
Occupation · Resistance
Camps · Holocaust · Telavåg
Martial law in Trondheim (1942)
Festung Norwegen
Heavy water sabotage
Post-war purge

Haakon VII of Norway
Johan Nygaardsvold
Carl Joachim Hambro
Carl Gustav Fleischer
Otto Ruge
Jens Christian Hauge

Vidkun Quisling · Jonas Lie
Sverre Riisnæs · Josef Terboven
Wilhelm Rediess · Henry Rinnan
Nikolaus von Falkenhorst

Milorg · XU · Linge
Osvald Group · Nortraship

Nasjonal Samling

Altmark Incident - Denmark - Operation Weserübung - Norwegian Campaign - Allied campaign in Norway - Occupation of the Faroe Islands - Invasion of Iceland - Lofoten Islands - Raids on Spitsbergen - Tirpitz - Heavy water sabotage - Swedish iron mining - Operation Silver Fox - Raid on Kirkenes and Petsamo - Petsamo–Kirkenes Offensive

The Norwegian resistance to the occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany began after Operation Weserübung in 1940 and ended in 1945. It took several forms:

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