WW2 pictures from Norway 1942 – 1944.
Pictures from a soldier of the Wehrmacht in Norway between 1942 and 1944. The photos are from the occupation times and from the preparations to reorganize the 214th Infantry Division as a combat reserve of the OKW (Headquarter of the German Army) since the summer of 1943.
Furthermore, an interesting note which was sent to the Wehrmacht Commander Norway from the High Command on October 31, 1943: ‘It is increasingly complaint that the relationship between the German Wehrmacht soldiers and the population is to close, particularly the increase related to marriage license or divorce applications. Appropriate countermeasures are required.’
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