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Knut Haugland – Wikipedia

Haugland was arrested for a second time, by Gestapo in Kongsberg, but again escaped and commenced his training duties. On 1 April 1944 he narrowly escaped another capture by the Gestapo when one of his transmitters, hidden in the Oslo Maternity Hospital, was located by radio direction finding .

Nationality: Norwegian

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Knut Haugland 1917–2009. Knut Haugland, who has died at 92, was one of Norway’s most celebrated adventurers. During World War II he helped lead a daring raid on a suspected Nazi atomic facility.

Knut Haugland – Telegraph

Dec 28, 2009 · Knut Haugland, the Norwegian commando and explorer who died on Christmas Day aged 92, took part in two of the most adventurous and celebrated exploits of …

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Finally, Haugland was one of the nine Norwegian commandos, led by Joachim Ronneberg, who attacked the plant on 28 February 1943.