Kristiansand in 1940.
These pictures were taken from a soldier of the German 214th Infantry Division in Kristiansand, Norway, in 1940.
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A postcard from the bay of Kristiansand, probably just before WW2
, which the grandfather of the author added to his collection of photographes.
Now there are the German transport vessels and patrol boats in the bay at Kristiansand.
captains Engel and Kummler on the ‘generals hill’ at Kristiansand.
Verification of a bombarded ship in the port of Kristiansand.
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