Sabotage against L.C. Jørgensen’s Machine Factory 08-04-1943
Situation plan of the property complex. The letters show the different ways of entrance to the factory.
1. Machine hall seen from door ”c”. On the floor in the front to the right you can see the destroyed electro motor and in the background door “d”, both marked in red.
Outline of the machine workshop localities. The letters show different ways of entrance to the factory. The door “f” was blocked by a workbench and was not in use.
3. A part of the machine hall as viewed towards the elevator. In front to the right, the front area towards the damaged milling machine, while in the back of the picture you can see the destroyed lathe.
4. Close up of the blasted lathe. The red line shows the breaking point.
2. The company’s milling machine with breakage in top piece and bearing. The red line shows the breakage point.
5. Close up of the blasted electric engine. On the wall there is an initiator.
6. The burning lathe in front of the window. To the right gate “b”.
7. The machine hall viewed towards door ”c”. From left is pointed at door “C”, the blasted lathe and in front to the right door “b”.
The company manufactured weapon parts for Danish Industry Syndicate. At least 5 armed saboteurs held up the workers and planted at least 3 explosive charges on the factory premises. In the explosions, an electric motor and a milling machine were blown up...
The company manufactured weapon parts for Danish Industry Syndicate. At least 5 armed saboteurs held up the workers and planted at least 3 explosive charges on the factory premises. In the explosions, an electric motor and a milling machine were blown up. In addition, a lathe was damaged, and all windows and doors were torn from their frames or shattered by the force of the explosion.
Johan Sørensen, K.B. Jensen, Karl S. Nielsen og Børge Thing
Esben Kjeldbæk: Sabotageorganisationen BOPA, 1997.