Sabotage against Copenhagen’s Frihavn's Limited Company 11-05-1943
I. Shed no. 15-16 viewed from the south from door no.16.
Outline of the company and the surrounding area.
III. The shed no.15-16, viewed from the north, from door no.16.
V. Shed no. 15-16 viewed from the north, from door no.15.
VI. Shed no.15-16 viewed from the inside towards west.
IV. Storage of rush matts in shed no.15-16.
VIII. The northern gable of the sheds viewed to the south.
II. Shed no. 15-16 viewed from the south, from door no. 15.
IX. The southern gable on shed no.15-16.
VII. The fire damaged shed no. 15-16 viewed from the northeast.
X. The fire area viewed from outside. The picture is taken 5 minutes after the fire broke through the roof of the building.
XII. Shed no.13-14 inside, viewed to the north.
XIII. The sheds 13-14 and 15-16 viewed from neighboring company Det Danske Kulkompagni.
XI. Shed no.13-14 from the inside, viewed towards east.
The company’s wooden shed was being used to store mattresses for the Wehrmacht. Unknown perpetrators set fire to the warehouse and caused a good deal of damage to the building.
Niels Alkil: Besættelsestidens fakta, 2. bind, 1946.