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29th April 1940

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The British Admiralty announced that three more German supply ships had been sunk, bringing the total since 8 April 1940, up to 28.

The trawler HMS Hammond was sunk by bombing, and the trawler HMS Larwood set on fire by incendiary bomb.

The British War office stated position in Gudbrandsdal remained unchanged. There were heavy Luftwaffe air attacks on Aandalsnes and Molde.

Anglo-French army communique issued at Namsos stated that British were in touch with German forces north of Stenkjer. German patrols were repulsed with losses

Norwegian hospital ship Brand IV, heavily bombed by German planes off Aalesund.

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