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by Oluf Reed Olsen,F. H. Lyon

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ISBN: 0006129005
ISBN13: 978-0006129004
Category: History
Subcategory: Military
Author: Oluf Reed Olsen,F. H. Lyon
Language: English
Publisher: HarperCollins Distribution Services; New edition edition (July 1972)
Pages: 256 pages
ePUB size: 1238 kb
FB2 size: 1292 kb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 861
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Fantastic book about Norwegian underground operations during World War Two and it's all the more relevant if you are a fan of the british Paraset spy radio because the author used one through much of the book although there is very little technical information.
This story definitely shows its age, and you may end up paying dearly for this book. But you'll probably find it's worth it. This is a classic true story of Scandinavian resistance to the Nazis during the Second World War. I find these acts of courage to be astounding. There's a ham radio story arc, too. If you're into amateur radio, there aren't that many stories you can find! This is a great one. So I'd have to say this book is inspiring, as well as being a great old fashioned suspense yarn. Enjoy!
This book is really good. - My college age sons loved it as well. It gives a real insight into what happened in Norway during WWII and tells of some very brave Norwegians who helped blow up a Norwegian power plant so that the Nazi's couldn't use the output to help them make nuclear power.
This was a well written story of WWII! Truly amazing what Oluf did for his country. A real riveting tail of his experiences. Found out about this book on a ham radio sight.
A very good documentary style book. I felt it to be a bit dry at times. The book itself was physically in great shape
Got this for my husband he is a world war II buff and thought the book was great.
This is the story of a Norwegan underground fighter training in England, parachuting into Norway at night and then completing his mission while dodging the Germans. At age 10 this was the first book I read and I could not put it down. I felt terror on every page as our hero in this non-fiction thriller evaded the ruthless Germans in persuit of his mission. I read this book 45 years ago and have never forgotten how much it turned me on to reading. A fantastic book I am trying to find for my 11 year old son.
I am yet to read this book but I'm very interested as my nan met this man in person on a ship and she had a copy of his book which she sent to the Norwegian musuem with a letter of her meeting him in 1940