Terboven

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Josef Terboven - Rule of Norway
... Terboven was made Reichskommissar for Norway on 24 April 1940, even before the military invasion was completed on 7 June 1940 ... Terboven ruled Norway as a dictator ... Terboven was hated by the Norwegians and not much esteemed even by fellow Germans ...
Josef Terboven - Nazi Party Career
... Dropping out of the university in 1923, Terboven joined the NSDAP with member number 25247 and participated in the abortive Beer Hall Putsch in Munich ... Terboven helped establish the party in Essen and became Gauleiter there in 1928 ... On 29 June 1934, Terboven married Ilse Stahl, Joseph Goebbels' former secretary and mistress ...
Martial Law In Trondheim In 1942 - Effects and Legacy
... law in Trondheim and surrounding areas was characteristic of Terboven's "iron fist" policy of governing Norway through fear, intimidation, and capricious violence ... led by Vidkun Quisling was for all practical purposes completely under the control of Terboven's dictatorship ... The imposition of Terboven's version of martial law added capricious, deadly violence to make a point that was already clear to the Norwegian public ...
Kjeld Stub Irgens - World War II - Collaborationist Minister
... When Reichskommissar Josef Terboven formed a cabinet on 25 September 1940, Irgens accepted the position as provisional Minister of Shipping ... a government ministry established specifically for Irgens on the insistence of Terboven, as Irgens was considered close to Haakon VII ... relations with the exiled Norwegian king Terboven strongly wished to include him in his administration ...
Martial Law In Trondheim In 1942 - Martial Law
... Josef Terboven, the German Reichskommissar for the occupation of Norway, arrived by train in Trondheim on October 5 ... To enforce the martial law, Terboven mobilized nearly 13,000 police officers, Hirdmen, and soldiers with over 3,000 vehicles ... Terboven stopped the publication of all newspapers on October 6, convening a public meeting in the main square, addressing an audience that primarily consisted of German and Norwegian police officers ...