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Operation Seagull was a British action during the Second World War to destroy several Nazi-controlled industrial targets including a smelter at Arendal, with the help of Kompani Linge agents from Norway.
On 10 February 1943 the Norwegian submarine HNoMS Uredd was transporting the six-man sabotage team to Bodø when she hit a minefield laid by the German minelayer Cobra and sank, killing all 34 crew and the six agents.
- Lt. Per Getz
- Sub-Lt. Tobias Skog
- Sgt. Thorlief Daniel Grong
- Cpl. Sverre Granlund (also served as a commando during Operation Musketoon)
- Pte. Eivind Dahl Eriksen
- Pte. Hans Rohde Hansen
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- Believed mined about the 10th, Royal Norwegian Navy officially declared her lost on the 20th, the Royal Navy on the 28th.
- Kindell, Don (2013). "Royal Norwegian Navy casualties - World War II". patriotfiles.com. Retrieved 4 March 2013.
- "What Did You Do In The War, Dundee? — HMS Ambrose". dundee-at-war.net. 2011. Retrieved 4 March 2013.
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