Operation Robin (ii)

'Robin' (ii) was a British operation by the Special Operations Executive to make a second attempt to kill informers, most especially Henry Rinnan and Ivar Grande, whose activities had caused much damage to the resistance forces in the county of Trøndelag in German-occupied Norway (20 May/mid-October 1944).

A. H. Pevik and A. Torp left Stockholm in neutral Sweden on 20 May and stayed in Norway for one month without producing any results before going back to Sweden and then returning in early August to establish two groups to watch informers, but by the middle of October both men had been recalled.