NORWAY: Old Acquaintance

In the dangerous underground struggle against the Nazis in World War II, a patriotic Norwegian cop named Asbjoern Brhyn worked with and came to like a tall, pale young Communist named Asbjoern Sunde. Sunde ran the Red underground mercilessly and effectively, never flinching at robbery, murders or bombings. He had already served his Communist apprenticeship as a courier in the Comintern maritime service and as a volunteer in the Spanish civil war. After the war, Communist Sunde became something of a hero for his underground activities, and his memoirs, Men in Darkness, became...

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