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28th April 1940

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The British War office stated that another German attack in the Gudbrandsdal had been repulsed and that further disembarkation had been successfully carried out. In spite of German action against Aandalsnes and lines of communication.

No further news from Namsos area, where it was stated that French Alpine troops had reinforced the British.

According to reports from Stockholm, the Germans are attempting to threaten allied positions at Dombaas and Stoeren by crossing the Dovre Mountains from Toenset

German bombers violently attacked undefended coastal town of Aalesund, Molde was also heavily bombed.

Five steamers reported sunk during the last few days at the south end of the Sound, one identified as Danish ship Progress.

Queen Mary arrived at Cape Town after a record 12 days voyage from New York.

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The Second Great War.
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The War Illustrated.
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2194 Days Of War.
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