Bergen - Theta

In December 1941 a group of about ten young Norwegians was formed called Theta. Their task was to collect military information about the German movements in and around Bergen and send the information to British intelligence (SIS) via radio. The group had its headquarters at the Enhjörningsgården at Bryggen in central Bergen. The Germans had its eyes on the group and because of that the group dissolved in June 1942.

Current status: Preserved with museum (2019).

Address: Enhjörningsgården, 5003 Bergen.

Get there: Walk from central Bergen.

My comment:

The museum has limited opening hours and is located in the commercial Bryggen in central Bergen.

Follow up in books: Mackenzie, W.J.M.: The Secret History of SOE: The Special Operations Executive 1940 – 1945 (2002).