The British War office stated that in the area north of Stenkjer British patrols
had been active and captured some prisoners.
In the Gudbrandsdal a heavy
German attack against Allied forces and near Kvam, southeast of Dombaas, had been
driven off, with considerable German losses. Air action against Allied lines of
communication and bases continued.
Supreme War Council held short session
in London. Joachim
in an address to neutral diplomats and press men declared that
Germany had invaded Norway to forestall Allied plot to occupy the country.
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Edited by Sir John Hamilton
The War Illustrated.
by Sir John Hamilton
2194 Days Of War.
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