Operation Selma

'Selma' was a British pair of naval undertakings ('Selma I' and 'Selma II') by a motor gun boat of the 15th Motor Gun Boat Flotilla in support of Special Operations Executive missions and resistance efforts in the southern part of German-occupied Norway (6/14 April 1945).

The boat in question was Lieutenant R. F. Seddon’s MGB-718, which operated from and to Aberdeen to Eigerøya in 'Selma I' of 6/7 April and to Kviksodden in 'Selma II' of 13/14 April.