Sabotage against a woodworking factory belonging to master joiner A.P. Lützhoff Christensen 01-03-1943


Situation Outline of the company location.


Outline of the factory premises. The ravages of the fire are marked with red shading.


The northern end of the workshop viewed from the east.


The southern end of the workshop viewed from the east.


The area close inside the southern sliding gate viewed from the north. On the floor you can see ignition material spread out as woodchips.


The pile of wood chips in the middle of the western wall.

Intro

The company did not work directly for the Wehrmacht, but for Danish Industry Syndicate – a collaboration which was well known. A blazing fire ravaged through the joiner's work shop providing no trace of any of the sabotage materials...

The company did not work directly for the Wehrmacht, but for Danish Industry Syndicate – a collaboration which was well known. A blazing fire ravaged through the joiner's work shop providing no trace of any of the sabotage materials. An unemployed joiner who had visited the company a few days earlier, was suspected of being behind the fire. During his visit, he spoke only to the Swedes, and was described as having “a searching look in his eyes”.

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850276

Rygaards Allé 5

København

2 Københavns Amt Nordre Birk



4 personer

AS-2-254

KF5-533

KL-669



Esben Kjeldbæk: Sabotageorganisationen BOPA, 1997.