port (the largest harbour in North Norway). View of Narvik at night from the highest point accessible to cars Narvik was developed as an all-year ice free port for the Swedish Kiruna and Gällivare iron mines. The Admiralty argued that a naval bombardment of Norway would enable the troops to land safely, but General Mackesy refused to subject Norwegian citizens to such a bombardment, and instead he chose to land his troops near Narvik and wait until the snow melted.
Ringer (Schweden) / Nejlevnj knihy
Nordic last og buss narvik, Agenda narvik, Brilleland narvik,
Mountain hiking is very popular in the area, and the mountain area near the Swedish border has several places of accommodation. (Borders as of 19201940.) Narvik burning after German bombing,. There are salmon rivers in Skjomen, Beisfjord and Bjerkvik. Retrieved Our most important individual customer lives in Narvik.he has bought a number of Teslas, and lets people in town use them at will. 7 The Norse form of the port was probably *Knarravk, The first element is the genitive pluralis of knarr 'merchant ship' the last element is vk ' inlet '. The municipality's population density.8 inhabitants per square kilometre (25/sq mi) and its population has increased.5 over the last decade. The outdated Norwegian coastal defence ships HNoMS Eidsvold and HNoMS Norge attempted to resist the invasion, but both Norwegian warships were sunk after a short and uneven battle. During the summer season, this ore could be sent by cargo ship to Germany through the Baltic Sea via the Swedish port of Lule on the Gulf of Bothnia. Coincidentally, Germany launched its invasion of Norway ( Operation Weserübung ) on the next day. Archived from the original on Retrieved 24 November 2008. Harstad Tidende (in Norwegian).