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A selection of mine fields in Norway
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NW 55 (Terra – Steinsvaer ) 
A 2 row minefield

25.06.43 laid by ”M/S Skagerrak” and ”MFP 271 AM”
27.07.43 laid by ”MFP 271 AM”

1st. row From 67°19,3’ N 14°05,1’ E
 to 67°20,65’ N 14°08,4’ E

2nd. row at an interval of 150 m. to north – west

70 GY mines with antenna 100 m. apart.
3 m. below springtide when low water
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NW 54 ( Steinsvaer – Landegode )
A 2 row minefield.

04.07.43 laid by ”M/S Skagerrak” and ”MFP 271 AM”
27.07.43 laid by ”MFP 271 AM”

1st. row From 67°21,4’  N 14°09.6’ E
 via 67°21,8’  N 14°10,5’ E
 to 67°22,27’N 14°12,9’ E

2nd. Row From 67°21,38’N 14°09,3’ E
 to 67°22,3’  N 14°12,62E

56 GY mines with Tombac sheathing about 100 m. apart.

Landegode – british mine area. 

A)  67°37,8’ N 14°02,5’ E
B)  67°33,2’ N 14°16,0’ E
C)  67°28,0’ N 14°16,0’ E
D)  67°29,0’ N 14°06,5’ E
E)  67°33,8’ N 13°51,5’ E

Laid by the British in April 1940. Types: 
Mark XIV, XVI, UMT and T.III
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NW 121 (  Revsbotten )
Irregular pattern minefield

11.02.45 laid by ”MRS 25”
S.E. of the following lines.
 From 70°40,9’ N 24°28,1’ E ( Jaaneset )
 To 70°42,6’ N 24°32,8’ E ( Kvalrossbukt )
6 GY mines with chains. 
2 m. below spring tide low water.

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