Interesting idea on the idea for Quisling's new identity. It may well assist with his getting away. I think that following his wife may help with getting him in the end.
It supposedly worked at one or two places where he had sympathizers, but on the whole people didn't listen to him and they refused to form a government with him as Prime Minister when the Germans said to. The Cabinet and Storting were reportedly unsure about what to do but their resolves were steeled when the King threatened to abdicate. Keep in mind, he was elected with an overwhelming majority to the position of king. Unlike the Prime Ministers.
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Spain, where Degrelle was flashing his iron cross - first in the hospital and later in the cantinas, was also possible. Bjorn, however, suspected that a confident Quisling would have already surfaced if he was in Spain.
I wonder if Doenitz may give up Quisling when he is captured. Could it be that Quisling will think he has gotten away with his crimes only to get the knock in the middle of the night.
Maria, Vidkun's better half, along with the family of an Norweigan Waffen SS Captain had finally been picked up at a sympathizer owned hunting cabin in the northeren part of Telemark province, Norway. The cabin, isolated, yet with ample creature comforts and a large garden had made an ideal hide out.
I dont think so. Doenitz had sense of honor. With the possible exception of blatant Einsatzgruppen or Mengele types, I dont think Doenitz would give up anybody for his personal gain. He would sacrifice one person to help Germany as a whole, but the allies would need to offer something huge.I wonder if Doenitz may give up Quisling when he is captured.
Thanks for the tip.Keep in mind the Germans burning down the towns of Finnmark to deny cover for the Soviet armies who occupied the area. Whites would probably want to keep away from them.
I dont think so. Doenitz had sense of honor. With the exception of blatant Einsatzgruppen or Mengele types, I dont think Doenitz would give up anybody for his personal gain. He would sacrifice one person to help Germany as a whole, but the allies would need to offer something huge.
It's amazing what this forum does to the mind. Seeing as Otto is the go-to guy when anybody needs an underhand operation which probably drives an armoured train through the Geneva Conventions, I immediately 'd at his name. Then again, his role in the Bulge isn't mentioned.Otto Skorzeny, the man who sprung Mussolini from Allied captivity, one of the lesser Nazis who found refuge in Ireland.