Sunde

Sunde is both a Norwegian surname and a place name in Norway.

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Suprbay - Incidents - Autopsy Photos
... On 11 September 2008, the website's press contact Peter Sunde participated in the debate program Debatt on the public broadcaster SVT ... Sunde had agreed to participate on the condition that the father Nicklas Jangestig would not take part in the debate ... Jangestig ultimately did participate in the program by telephone, which made Sunde feel betrayed by SVT ...
Asbjørn Sunde - Post-war Activities
... After the war Sunde wrote the book Menn i mørket (1947) (Men in the Darkness), describing his wartime activities ... Neither Sunde nor his organization received any award or recognition from the post-war Norwegian government for their contributions during the war, due to the political climate at ... Gunnar Sønsteby unsuccessfully spoke in favour of giving Sunde a war pension, which was given to both the merchant sailors and the military branch of the resistance ...
Asbjørn Sunde - Spanish Civil War
... Following the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War in 1936, Sunde played a central role in the early efforts of the Communist Party of Norway in support of the Spanish Republic ... In January 1937 Sunde led a group of four volunteers he had personally recruited from Oslo to the headquarters of the International Brigades in Albacete, Spain ... Sunde, who spoke Spanish, first served as an front line ambulance driver in Spain, before requesting transfer to a Republican special operations unit as a saboteur and ...
Asbjørn Sunde
... Asbjørn Edvin Sunde (12 December 1909 – 23 April 1985) was a Norwegian sailor, communist, and a saboteur against the Nazi occupation of Norway during the ... During the war, from 1941 to 1944, Sunde's group - the Osvald Group - carried out approximately 200 acts of sabotage and assassination against the German occupation forces and collaborators ...