MILITÆRHISTORISK SAMLING
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12B. KALD KRIG








kk71
The entrance "Cold War Exhibition." Norwegian and the USSR border pole with soldiers. Wrong type of uniform (East German) by the USSR post.
Bronze Plate of Lenin on the door. The Norwegian soldier seen Ex-German observation telescope used at the border.




kk72
The picture shows the first-generation store concept in the Stay Behind, the zinc case which
was soldered and with wooden outer case. Content sabotage equipment from the ROC




kk74
Modell av skult lager i bygning med originale kasser, utstyr og våpen. Alle våpen er plombert iht forskrifter




kk73
Figur med klær som ble plassert i skjulte Stay Behind lager i Norge.




kk1
Tape recorder type Mini Nagra produced in Switzerland. Used in secret operations




kk19

Alpha One Recorder (reel-to-reel) by Amerex for IdentCorporation 1in high, 2.5in deep, 5in wide.
American recording device in polished aluminum case from the 1970's.
Not much information generally available on this recorder - a few of this model also sold in the last 5 years on eBay.




kk20
Cassette player type Marantz. Used in covert operations in the Delfinus network




kk59
Tape recorder Standard SR-250. Use, unknown.




kk60
Tape recorder Standard SR-250. Probably modified to adjust the speed of tape. Use, unknown.




kk22
Monitoring equipment for telephone communications




kk4
Equipment for photographing documents. Used by KGB.




kk33
Equipment for investigation of photos.




kk34
Equipment for investigation of three-dimensional photo taken from aircraft.




kk25
Original designs surfaced at the end of WW-II in Germany.Featured on pages
64 and 65 of Keith Melton's "The Ultimate Spy Book" (1996 edition).




kk26
Binoculars used with Pentax Spotmatic camera. The special adapter is missing. Used in hidden operations Delfinus network




kk27
Hand Binoculars 7 * 50 used the Stay Behind. Mrk production site. (Made in Occupied Japan)




kk27a




kk29
Nikon SLR camera with a large bright lens. Used in covert operations in Delfinus network




kk30
Nikon SLR camera with a large bright lens. Used in covert operations in Delfinus network




kk31
Hand Binoculars with foot, a Minox Spy Camera is attached




kk32







ATOMFRYKT



kk7
RAS 100 is a nuclear bomb training set. Only 18 devices are produced.
Here is the product brochure.




kk8, The Sentry 1710 Fire-Safe Data Storage Security for storing digital media.




kk9, Heavy water canister from Norsk Hydro’s plant at Rukan.




kk10
Close up of the container for heavy water.




kk44, Radiac Calculator ABC - M1A1, Military disc


KRYPTO



kk11
Encryption machine type Hagelin BC-38. Electrically driven mechanical crypto. Developed in Sweden
and introduced about 1940. Used by Norwegian units both during and after World War II.




kk12
Encryption machine type Hagelin C-446A. Hand-operated mechanical crypto. Developed in Sweden
and introduced about 1944. Used by Norwegian units both during and after World War II




kk13
Encryption machine type Hagelin CD-57. Hand-operated mechanical crypto. Developed in Sweden and introduced about 1957.




kk14
Education Model for encryption machine PACE. The encryption section is not mounted on this model. RS-232 port on the back.




kk15
Equipment for connection of crypto machine PACE to a printer.


VÅPEN




kk16
Silent gun. Type Welrod 9 mm. All weapons are done unusable in accordance with regulations.




kk17
Silencer for Sten gun MK V. The silencer is made by Bjørn Grøtting for use in the Stay Behind




kk18
Silent Gun (copy). Type Sleevegun 7.65 mm.




kk21
Equipment for copying of keys to doors.




kk23
Norwegian passports used by Captain Svein Blindheim when he trained Finnish deep reconnaissance
personnel in Finland in the early 1950's. The personnel were spying for the West in Soviet.




kk24
Retirement gift for Odd Hovland who worked in the intelligence service from 1956 to 1991




kk28
Unknown compass




kk61
Equipment used in connection with the weather in the Stay Behind Lindus network. To the
right equipment for the recording of pressure. To your left as possible bearing compass.





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