Operation in Norway # 008. The death of the Norwegian battleships in the harbor of NarvikGerman ships on approaching the Kristiansand area were met by coastal artillery fire. To suppress them, the Germans used, in addition to naval artillery, also bomber aircraft, including dive bombers. As a result of heavy damage, the cruiser Karlsruhe sank here. Along with the actions of naval artillery and bombers, the Germans landed small assault groups of 1-2 infantry platoons reinforced by sappers with subversive weapons to capture the Norwegian batteries. Norwegians have been extremely disorganized resistance. So, for example, to capture the fort Alder (Oader), the Germans landed a small detachment as part of a reinforced platoon led by an officer. The detachment with great caution moved through the village, approaching the fort. On one of the streets he met a Norwegian officer with the rank of major. After a short conversation between German and Norwegian officers, the latter agreed to act as an intermediary in negotiations with the commandant of the fort. The Germans did not fail to frighten the Norwegian commandant with the superiority of their forces. Fort Alder surrendered. Similar cases occurred at other points on the coast, as well as during the advance of German units into the depths of Norway.
In the predawn darkness of April 9, German warships entered the harbor of Narvik. There were 2 Norwegian battleships Norge and Aidswold. The commander of the German squadron signaled that he wanted to talk with the Norwegian command about the purpose of his arrival, and sent his officer for negotiations. The ships on both sides were a few hundred meters apart. The German parliamentarian was adopted by the Norwegians. While negotiations were underway, German ships prepared for battle. The proposal of the Germans to allow troops into the city by the Norwegian command was rejected. The German parliamentary officer returned. Then a torpedo was launched into one of the Norwegian battleships. The hit was successful, the torpedo battleship sank. The second battleship tried to open fire, but was also quickly sunk. After that, German infantry landed on the coast and began to occupy the city. The airborne units sent to capture the barracks found the units of the Norwegian garrison completely unprepared for battle and began to disarm them. Part of the Norwegian troops fled outside the city.
The landing of landing units from warships and transport vessels ashore was fully successful. During April 9, the landings were landed in Oslo, Arendal, Egersund, Kristianeanda, Stavanger, Bergen, Trondheim and Narvik. All these points were already in the hands of German troops on April 9th.
On the morning of the same day, German motorized mechanized troops crossed the land border in southern Denmark and began to advance inland. At the same time, airborne units landed at several points on the islands of Zeeland, Funen and Falster. By the end of the day, all the most important points in Denmark, including its capital, Copenhagen, were occupied. According to a government decree, the Danish troops did not show resistance; a few days later the Danish army was demobilized. Having occupied the territory of Denmark, the Germans immediately set about equipping and using it as a bridgehead for operations against Norway. On the Danish coast, the Germans installed long-range coastal artillery and prepared for operation an airfield network. Subsequently, an airfield in Aalborg, used as the base of the German Air Force, played a major role in the Norwegian operation. Hence, in particular, the Germans made large transfers of troops, weapons and ammunition to Norway by air. vip-popki.net/en/prostitutka-odessa
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