Sabotage against Steel & Hardening Factory 29-08-1943


The collapsed building viewed from the southeast.


The collapsed building viewed from the north.


The collapsed part of the building viewed from the office door in the southern gable.

Intro

The factory did not work directly for the Wehrmacht but supplied goods to several machine factories which did. The state of emergency in the days of the August uprising made police work increasingly difficult...

The factory did not work directly for the Wehrmacht but supplied goods to several machine factories which did. The state of emergency in the days of the August uprising made police work increasingly difficult. Nevertheless, it was revealed that an explosive charge had been thrown through a window at one of the company's workshops (the hardening workshop), and the building was completely destroyed.

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Lygten 5-7

København

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BOPA



AS-17462

KF5-724



HH's liste og K.K. (FHM 14097)

Esben Kjeldbæk: Sabotageorganisationen BOPA, 1997.