This museum brings you face to face with the brutality of the occupation these people in this small, middle of nowhere town, endured during the Second World War. The reason Narvik suffered is due to it's being an ice-free port with limitless iron ore just a train trip over the mountains. The German army ruled with an iron fist for the duration of the war as depicted in these exhibits. A must see!
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