Norwegian nazi-party N.S.
stands for national socialism, but during the war
was called National Unity (Nasjonal Samling).
This movement, often incorrectly referred
to as right wing was originally a socialist movement.
Expressions like fight capitalism ar repeatedly
found in N.S campaigns. N.S never got the support
Quisling had hoped for.
It inspire intense propaganda, using spectacular posters,
speeches, lectures and uniforms. At its peak
the N.S. had about 50 000 members. Instead of uniting
the nation it spit the population between its
members and the rest of the people.
massive construction of military bases , bunkers and
forts, led to a shortage of cement. As Norway only
could supply about 15%, The Germans had to ship the
remaining 85% from Germany.
you wonder why we have framed this cement bag, its
because its extremely rare. Maybe the only one
in existence in the entire world to day. The bag was
located south of Bodø.