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Gneisenau, Scharnhorst, and Admiral Hipper at Trondheim, Norway, 1940Heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper embarking German troops for the invasion of Norway, 6 Apr 1940German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper or Blücher in the North Sea en route to Oslo, Norway, 8 Apr 1940; photo taken from light cruiser Emden seen in the foregroundGerman light cruiser Emden in the North Sea en route to Oslo, Norway, 8 Apr 1940
Gneisenau, Scharnhorst, and Admiral Hipper at Trondheim, Norway, 1940Heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper embarking German troops for the invasion of Norway, 6 Apr 1940German heavy cruiser Admiral Hipper or Blücher in the North Sea en route to Oslo, Norway, 8 Apr 1940; photo taken from light cruiser Emden seen in the foregroundGerman light cruiser Emden in the North Sea en route to Oslo, Norway, 8 Apr 1940
Danish machine gun team gathered for a photo hours before engaging with German invaders, Bredevad, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940; two of the men died later that day; note Madsen light machine gunDanish soldiers on bicycles, 9 Apr 1940Danish soldiers with a 20mm Madsen light machine gun at a crossroads in Åbenrå, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940Disarmed Danish soldiers, Bjergskov, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940
Danish machine gun team gathered for a photo hours before engaging with German invaders, Bredevad, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940; two of the men died later that day; note Madsen light machine gunDanish soldiers on bicycles, 9 Apr 1940Danish soldiers with a 20mm Madsen light machine gun at a crossroads in Åbenrå, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940Disarmed Danish soldiers, Bjergskov, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940
German battleship Schleswig-Holstein off Korsør, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940, photo 1 of 2German battleship Schleswig-Holstein off Korsør, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940, photo 2 of 2German Junkers Ju 52 transport aircraft over Denmark, 9 Apr 1940German military journalist reporting from Copenhagen, Denmark on the day of its capitulation, 9 Apr 1940
German battleship Schleswig-Holstein off Korsør, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940, photo 1 of 2German battleship Schleswig-Holstein off Korsør, Denmark, 9 Apr 1940, photo 2 of 2German Junkers Ju 52 transport aircraft over Denmark, 9 Apr 1940German military journalist reporting from Copenhagen, Denmark on the day of its capitulation, 9 Apr 1940
German paratroopers at the Masnedoe Fort, Denmark, 9 April 1940Königsberg under British aircraft attack, Bergen, Norway, 9 April 1940German SdKfz. 223 armored radio car in Denmark, 12 Apr 1940Warspite and a British destroyer during Second Battle of Narvik, 13 Apr 1940
German paratroopers at the Masnedoe Fort, Denmark, 9 April 1940Königsberg under British aircraft attack, Bergen, Norway, 9 April 1940German SdKfz. 223 armored radio car in Denmark, 12 Apr 1940Warspite and a British destroyer during Second Battle of Narvik, 13 Apr 1940
Crew of an 8.8 cm FlaK gun in Denmark, 1940German Army artillery troops getting hot food from a mobile field kitchen, Denmark, 1940Émile Bertin off Norway, Apr 1940Three German Neubaufahrzeug heavy tanks at Oslo, Norway, 19 Apr 1940
Crew of an 8.8 cm FlaK gun in Denmark, 1940German Army artillery troops getting hot food from a mobile field kitchen, Denmark, 1940Émile Bertin off Norway, Apr 1940Three German Neubaufahrzeug heavy tanks at Oslo, Norway, 19 Apr 1940

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