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Diary April 5, 1940

Exercise of German soldiers in rocky terrain
Exercise of German soldiers in rocky terrain for the invasion of Norway.
Diary for Thursday, April 5, 1940:

Sea War

First captured German merchant ship – the Uhenfels (renamed Empire Ability) – brought up river Thames.


Anglo-French note to Norway: warning of possible counter-measures against flagrant German violations of Norwegian neutrality.

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