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Evacuation of Namsos

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Evacuation of Namsos

Event  From /4/1940  To /5/1940

Categories: Armed Forces

Countries: Norway

The Namsos Campaign in Norway, was fought between Anglo-French/Norwegian forces, and German forces. After heavy fighting, the German forces took the upper hand, and the decision was made to evacuate. A convoy of destroyers under the command of Lord Louis Mountbatten, was sent from Scapa Flow to rescue the allied troops. 

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