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Hi,

does anyone know at which location this batterie is located.
Should be somewhere at the Trondheim Fjord, but I am not sure if this is correct.
thx for any information


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13 Jul 2011 11:14
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Looks like this is the post war norvegian fortress at Rødbergodden,Troms.
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Sigfred R.


13 Jul 2011 20:36
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RasmusTerne wrote:
Looks like this is the post war norvegian fortress at Rødbergodden,Troms.
No doubt. Location on map: http://www.1881.no/Kart/?lat=69.4561304 ... 1&r=&o=&p=


13 Jul 2011 20:49
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thx a lot


13 Jul 2011 20:58
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does anyone has a short summary in english, could not really understand what is written in the other thread.
It was build after 1945 ? it´s norwegian ? found something about a navy base at Rødbergodden ?

any info would be great


13 Jul 2011 21:09
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hein wrote:
does anyone has a short summary in english, could not really understand what is written in the other thread.
It was build after 1945 ? it´s norwegian ? found something about a navy base at Rødbergodden ?
any info would be great
Google translator isn't too bad on norwegian-english translations: http://translate.google.no/ (just paste the url of the page you want to translate into the box).

Rødbergodden coastal fortress was a norwegian post-WW2 establishment, built in the late 50's if I'm not mistaken (unlike many other of it's kind, it didn't utilize ex-german installations). Just 1km to the south - at the place called Spira, you'll find some remains of the german HKB 21./972 Rödberghamn [4x10,5cm K 331 (f)] though.

Going 10km up north from Rødbergodden, you'll find the closed entrance for the Malangen coastal fortress (torpedobattery). This was the last (and best fortified) norwegian coastal fortress to be established. It was finished in 2001, and laid down a few days after the test-shootings.


13 Jul 2011 21:30
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thx again


13 Jul 2011 21:40
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Natter wrote:
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Just 1km to the south - at the place called Spira, you'll find some remains of the german HKB 21./972 Rödberghamn [4x10,5cm K 331 (f)] though.

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Sigfred R.


13 Jul 2011 21:50

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RasmusTerne wrote:
Natter wrote:
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Just 1km to the south - at the place called Spira, you'll find some remains of the german HKB 21./972 Rödberghamn [4x10,5cm K 331 (f)] though.

viewtopic.php?f=25&t=1142
Sigfred R.


I found it before ;-)


13 Jul 2011 22:05
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