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A gas depot damage when the allied forces bomb against the Germans in Trondheim, Norway.

A gas depot damage when the allied forces bomb against the Germans in Trondheim, Norway.
A gas depot damage when the allied forces bomb against the Germans in Trondheim, Norway.
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A gas depot damage when the allied forces bomb against the Germans in Trondheim, Norway.
A gas depot damage when the allied forces bomb against the Germans in Trondheim, Norway.
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A gas depot damage when the allied forces bomb against the Germans in Trondheim, Norway. During World War II, Trondheim was occupied by Nazzi Germany from 9 April 1940, the first day of the invasion of Norway, until the end of the war in Europe, 8 May 1945. The home of the most notorious Norwegian Gestapo agent, Henry Rinnan, was in Trondheim. The city and its citizens were also subject to harsh treatment by the occupying powers, including imposition of martial law in October 1942. During this time the Germans turned the city and its environs into a major base for submarines (which included building the large submarine base and bunker DORA I), and also contemplated a scheme to build a new city for 300,000 inhabitants, Nordstern ("Northern Star"), centred 15 kilometres (9 miles) southwest of Trondheim, near the wetlands of Øysand in the outskirts of Melhus municipality. This new metropolis was to be accompanied by a massively expanded version of the already existing naval base, which was intended to become the primary future stronghold of the German Kriegsmarine. Today, there are few physical remains of this enormous construction project.[4]
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