German paratroopers and cruiser Blucher in Oslo, Norway during the invasion of Norway by Hitler's Army.
Oslo Norway Date:1940 Duration:2 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
Invasion of Oslo, Norway by the German Army during World War II. Japanese narration. A map shows the United Kingdom, Germany and Norway. The map shows airplanes advancing from Germany to Oslo. German Kriegsmarine Navy ships at sea shelling targets in Norway. View of guns on German navy ships firing. German Luftwaffe airplanes attack Norway. German ships advance towards Norway. Cruiser Blucher enters the Oslo Fjord. German intruder fires. Colonel Birger Erichsen, the commander of Oscarsborg Fortress, works on some papers. German military airplanes fly across a sea. Fallschirmjager, German paratroopers are airborne. German paratroops seen inside the aircraft, seated and talking to each other. View out aircraft window flying low over a German seaplane base with several seaplanes parked in water outside Oslo. View from ground of low-flying German troop transport aircraft coming in for landing. German occupied fort with German flag beside Norwegian town. German military equipment convoy rolls down a road in Norway .German military trucks advance on Oslo through towns with shops and homes. German guard outside a German aviator post. The Germans march into Oslo. Military vehicles with German soldiers move ahead.
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