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Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes file. Download as PDF Printable version. Vidkun Quisling founds Nasjonal Samling.

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Quisling gives speech on the "Jewish Danger" [1]. The Gestapo arrives in Haugesundseeking to arrest Moritz Rabinowitz.

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Hitler declares Norway a "hostile country" that can freely be exploited [2]. Hitler names Josef Terboven as Reichskommissar with power to invoke wpmen enforce decrees.

Brawl breaks out in Bergen when Nazis try to prevent Ernst Glaser from performing. The synagogue in Trondheim is seized and vandalized.

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Sixty Jewish prisoners are imprisoned at Grini. All Jews in Norway are ordered to submit their identification papers to be stamped with the letter "J".

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Benjamin Bild dies at Gross-Rosen. Hellmuth Reinhard arrives in Norway, taking charge of the Gestapo.

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Quisling claims that the Norwegian constitution's paragraph 2's last clause is back in force, banning Jews from Norway. Moritz Rabinowitz is beaten to death in Sachsenhausen.

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Four Jewish Seekihg are executed at Falstad concentration camp on trumped-up charges. Martial law is declared in Trondheim ; 34 Norwegians are murdered and all Jewish men over 15 are detained; women and children moved to two apartments.

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Rakel and Jacob Feldmann are killed by border pilots at Skrikerudtjern. Seven Church of Norway bishops submit a letter to Quisling protesting the persecution of Jews.

The prisoners on the Donau arrive at Auschwitz; most are sent to the gas chambers immediately. Prominent Norwegians in Sweden implore the British government to intervene to save Norwegian Jews; they are rebuffed. The Gotenland sails for Stettin with Jewish prisoners; 6 survive.

The prisoners on the Gotenland arrive in Auschwitz; most are sent to the gas chambers immediately. Skarpnes commission submits report on haugesnd loss to the Norwegian parliament.