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Light Coastal Artillery Norway

In Norway, coastal artillery began to be built at the beginning of the 20th century. During World War II, the country was occupied 1940-1945 by Germany and became part of the Atlantic Wall. The Germans built a great many facilities in the country.
After the end of the war, a number of the German installations were retained and became part of the Norwegian coastal artillery:
They invested during the Cold War in modern facilities, including 7.5 cm and 12 cm systems from Swedish Bofors (see more under heavy batteries).

ATTENTION! The list below is not complete and will be supplemented over time.

7.5 cm turret gun w/57

Nr Canons Name Place Finished Closed
1 3 Bolærne Fort Tønsberg 1972 (2 pjäs)
1974 (1 pjäs)
2 2 Visterøy Fort Buarøy/Visterøy 1972 2004
3 3 Breiviknes fort Breivik 1976 2004
4 3 Årøybukt Fort Lyngseidet 1977 2004
5 3 Rauøy Fort Fredrikstad 1979 2004
6 2 Skjellanger Fort Rossland 1983 2004