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Roundups of Norwegian Jews

View of the SS <i>Donau</i>, one of the ships used to deport Jews from Norway to Germany.

View of the SS Donau, one of the ships used to deport Jews from Norway to Germany. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Oskar Mendelsohn

October 26, 1942

With the assistance of collaborationist Norwegian officials, the Germans begin rounding up Jews in Norway. The Germans eventually deport approximately 770 Norwegian Jews to killing centers and concentration camps.

View of the SS <i>Monte Rosa</i>, one of the ships used to deport Jews from Norway to Germany.

View of the SS Monte Rosa, one of the ships used to deport Jews from Norway to Germany. —US Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Oskar Mendelsohn

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