78 years ago, a daring Norwegian commando raid kept the Nazis from building the atomic bomb first

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared on The Conversation After handing them their suicide capsules, Norwegian Royal Army Colonel Leif Tronstad informed his soldiers, “I cannot tell you why this mission is so important, but if you succeed, it will live in Norway’s memory for a hundred years.” These commandos did know, however, that an […]

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