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  • Track link pin bent and buckled from battle damage,original colour remains from German Panzer 1 Tank recovered from a Tank destroyed near Bergen in Norway the April 1940 battlefield during the German invasion.

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    This is a well used with ware marks track link pin which has ripped of the tank in a explosion.The pin which has a lot of original colour not much rust has ripped and bent by the impact of the blast it is in very nice solid condition it has been nicely cleaned after the recovery and is 11 inches long which is perfect for display or any collection and rare to get relics from the 1940 battlefield in Norway.This track link pin was recovered from a German Panzer 1 Tank destroyed near Bergen in Norway the April 1940 battlefield during the German invasion.and comes with a A5 laminated information card in photographs.

    The Norwegian Campaign (9 April to 10 June 1940) was fought in Norway between Norway and her Allies after the German invasion. In April, the United Kingdom and France came to Norway's aid with an expeditionary force. The important western cities of Bergen and Stavanger were captured by the Germans on 9 April. Some 2,000 German soldiers occupied Bergen and captured the Norwegian arms depots there. The small Norwegian infantry forces in Bergen retreated eastwards, blowing up two railway bridges and sections of road after them. 

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    File:Panzer I Norway.PNG - Wikimedia Commons

    Panzer 1 tank in Norway during the invasion in 1940