OCCUPIED EUROPE: Norway Starts Something

Disorder flared dangerously in Hitler's New Order last week. In Norway, most persistent trouble-maker for the German conquerors, spontaneous outbursts against Nazi rule broke out from Oslo to Narvik.

Disquiet in Oslo reached a crest when 2,000 workers in the Akers shipbuilding yards went on strike. They resented Nazi plundering of milk supplies, "depriving mothers and babies" so that German soldiers in Finland could have their pint a day.

Because of the strike Reich Commissioner Josef Terboven decreed a state of emergency and clamped Oslo under martial law. Oslo's German police chief,...

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