Palmer Ingvar Haugland

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Født

8. mai 1914

Død

28. oktober 1989

Foreldre

Johan Haugland

Kjønn

Mann

Nasjonalitet

Norge flaggNorge

Bosted

Terningen fyr, Sandstad. Hitra

Relasjon til fylke

Nord-Trøndelag

Har stillinger

U.d.m. (Utskrevet dekksmann - marinen)

Annet

  • Deltok i 2. verdenskrig
  • Sjøforsvarets londonarkiv:

    Antatt i Marinen: Januar.1942, som: Ud.m.

    Sivil stilling: Sjømann.

    Tidligere militærtjeneste: 1935 Steinkjær, 84 dg.

    Militær spesialutdannelse eller kurser: Sp. kurs Linges Komp.

    Dimittert fra Marinen: 20.12.1945  M.K.T.

    The National Archives, Kew, HS 9/676/3:

    "At the time of the invasion the ship [Bera] was near the Norwegian coast bound for BERGEN. They were warned that the Germans were in BERGEN and the vessel hid in a fjord north of BERGEN until it was discovered by a German reconnaissance 'plane. After escaping at night the ship was eventually discovered and taken over by the Germans after the end of the war in South Norway and taken into BERGEN where HAUGLAND left it on 16th May 1940.

    On 1st July 1940 he signed on a Fred OLSEN boat named the "BRETOGNE" which was acting as German depot ship at TRONDHEIM. He left it after 2,5 months when it started duty as troop carrier. For a short period in the early autumn of 1940 HAUGLAND worked for the Germans on an aerodrome at HATTFJELLDAL, but remained for only three weeks before giving it up and going home. On 4th November 1940 he signed on the "ROYAL JARL" on which he made one trip to HAMBURG from BERGEN and back, signing off 25th February 1941 and going home again for a period.

    On 1st April he signed on a ship named "LA FRANCE" in TRONDHEIM but when he got aboard he found that the crew were German and were loading mines, so left the ship again the same night.

    From then until the end of October HAUGLAND attempted to avoid the regulations prohibiting him as a seaman to work on the land and obtained jobs with SETSAAS of TRONDHEIM and HAMA of TRONDHEIM for short periods. He was apparently tracked down on each occasion by the Labour Bureau and eventually, at the end of October, was compelled to take work on a ship and signed on the "KONG HARALD". He was on board the "KONG HARALD" at the time of the LOFOTEN raid and availed himself of the opportunity afforded to come to England."

    Shetlandsgjengen. Heltene i Nordsjøen, s. 398:
    Innlemmet i Shetlandsgjengen: 00.1.1942, nr. c076.
    Antall turer: sesong 1941-42=2, sesong 1942-43=7, sesong 1943-44=12, sesong 1944-45=19.
    Overført annen virksomhet: 13.12.1945.

    Kilder

    Sjøforsvarets londonarkiv ved Marinemuseet i Horten: P.18. kort 229-230.

    «Shetlandsgjengen. Heltene i Nordsjøen», Asgeir Ueland, 2017.

    "Krigskorset og St. Olavsmedaljen med ekegren", redigert av Erik Gjems-Onstad, Oslo 1995, s. 197 og 203.

    Kongehuset: https://www.kongehuset.no/tildelinger.html?tid=28028&sek=27995&q=palmer+J.&type=&aarstall=

    Trøndelag Krigsseilerforenings arkiv, Sverresborg Trøndelag Folkemuseum

    The National Archives, Kew, HS 9/676/3