Sabotage against the machine factory Nordværk 17-07-1943
III. Destructions in the design office, office and control room of the factory.
II. Close up of the destructions at the blasting site. The explosive charge blew a hole in the floor there where the picture was taken.
I. Property facade viewed from northeast.
Outline of the company factory premises. The numbered angles show from where the police pictures are taken.
IV. The destructions at the company tool- and product storage facilities.
VI. The workshop room viewed from the southern end.
V. The workshop room viewed from the northern end.
VII. The roof windows viewed to the east from the roof above the southeast corner of the building.
IX. The partial splintered wall under the blasting site. In the top of the picture you can see the hole from the explosion.
VIII. The hole near the blasting site viewed from the room below.
The company worked exclusively for the Wehrmacht, for whom they manufactured blind flying apparatus and paddle wheels for aeroplane engines. About five armed men forced the night guards to open the door, and then held them up with their revolvers...
The company worked exclusively for the Wehrmacht, for whom they manufactured blind flying apparatus and paddle wheels for aeroplane engines. About five armed men forced the night guards to open the door, and then held them up with their revolvers. They then planted an explosive charge in the factory. This was planted under a large sheet of metal to increase the effect and was helped further by lubricating oil being poured over the floor. The explosion shattered a milling machine, made a hole in the floor, overturned parts of the masonry and set the workshop on fire.
T. Søndergård, M. Jorset, M. Bæklund, K. Munk, P. Moesgård. BOPA.
HD's liste og HH's liste
Peter Birkelund: Sabotør i Holger Danske, 2015. Bob Jarset: Holger Danske vaagner, 1946.