Überprüfen Sie die aktuelle Verfügbarkeit von "Occupied – Die Besatzung: Season 3 ()" um es auf Netflix Deutschland, sowie in 30 anderen Ländern zu. Staffel 1 kaufen im Büro des Ministerpräsidenten, wo er sich mit Personen abwechselnd unterhält. Hoffentlich kommt noch eine spannende 3. Staffel. Episodenführer Season 3.
Occupied - Die BesatzungÜberprüfen Sie die aktuelle Verfügbarkeit von "Occupied – Die Besatzung: Season 3 ()" um es auf Netflix Deutschland, sowie in 30 anderen Ländern zu. Das Norwegen der nahen Zukunft wurde von Russland besetzt. Offiziell will die internationale Gemeinschaft die Ölförderung in dem skandinavischen Land kontrollieren, in Wahrheit verfolgt der Kreml aber noch ganz andere Absichten. Episodenführer Season 3.
Occupied Staffel 3 Inhaltsverzeichnis VideoTRAILER Occupied 2 Länge einer Folge Occupied: 45 Minuten Alle drei Staffeln der Occupied auf einen Blick Übersicht Staffel 1 Staffel 2 Staffel 3 Von der Occupied wurden bislang 24 Episoden produziert. 10/4/ · Created by Karianne Lund, Jo Nesbø, Erik Skjoldbjærg. With Henrik Mestad, Ane Dahl Torp, Eldar Skar, Ingeborga Dapkunaite. In the near future, Norway is occupied by Russia on behalf of the European Union, due to the fact that the newly elected environmental friendly Norwegian government has stopped the all important oil- and gas-production in the North Sea/10(K). Occupied - Die Besatzung Staffel 1 Folge 3 by Bea Huss. Occupied - Die Besatzung Staffel 1 Folge 9 by Bea Huss. TRAILER Occupied .
November Länge einer Folge Occupied: 45 Minuten. Oktober bis 6. Dezember November bis Dezember Staffel 2 8 September bis November Februar bis Februar Staffel 3 6 5.
Dezember bis 2. Januar Liste der Occupied Episoden. Desember del 1. Desember del 2. Abgerufen am In: synchronkartei.
Deutsche Synchronkartei , abgerufen am 1. Mai im Internet Archive englisch. Januar , abgerufen am 8. Dezember britisches Englisch. In: NORDIC DRAMA.
Juni , abgerufen am 8. Oktober In: Serienjunkies. November im Internet Archive. Kategorien : Fernsehserie Norwegen Fernsehserie der er Jahre.
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After the mid successes of Operation Barbarossa , Soviet VVS nocturnal harassment bomber units such as the Night Witches , used obsolete Polikarpov Po-2 biplanes against the invading Germans.
The Luftwaffe began to set up their own nocturnal harassment Staffel-sized forces known as Störkampfstaffeln. Eventually Gruppe -sized Nachtschlachtgruppen were used for the same general purpose as the Soviet units.
The Luftwaffe's own harassment aviation units also used similarly obsolete aircraft, but of German design.
The Heinkel He 46 , Arado Ar 66 , Focke-Wulf Fw 56 and even the standard training biplane, the Gotha Go , were all deployed in their efforts at attempting to emulate the success of the Soviets.
A few specialized Staffel sized units existed within the Luftwaffe for such specialized tasks as weather observation Wettererkundungsstaffeln , contracted to Wekusta , specialized weaponry a so-called Staffel 92 was meant to be equipped with the cannon-armed Ju 88P -series of bomber destroyer fighters and even outside the actual Luftwaffe, such as aircraft factory-operated defense Staffeln , at least one of which even operated the Me late in the war.
A Staffel was divided into three Schwärme singular: Schwarm , "swarm" , consisting of four to six aircraft. Each bomber Schwarm at full strength, six aircraft was divided into a Kette "chain" of three aircraft.
A fighter Schwarm four aircraft was divided into two Rotten singular: Rotte , "pack" of two aircraft, equivalent to a pair in the English-speaking world.
During the Spanish Civil War, Luftwaffe aces Werner Mölders and Günther Lützow created a new formation strategy for fighter geschwader.
It had two aircraft flying in a loose pair called a 'Pack' German : Rotte. Two pairs constituted a German : Schwarm. The four aircraft were flown in what was called the "Finger-four" formation.
These aircraft were spread apart so that each pilot was offered maximum visibility. This arrangement was so successful that Soviet pilots in the Spanish Civil War followed the same technique.
However, on returning home, they had to revert to the standard "V" formation. Douglas Bader , the British pilot, was the first RAF leader to adopt the "Finger four" formation in Japan also adopted [ citation needed ] the "Finger four" in World War II.
In this formation, where each aircraft flew in positions similar to the fingers of an open hand hence the name , the leader German : Rottenführer was at the front, while on his left wingtip was his partner from the Rotte.
The other Rotte was on the right wingtip of the leader. The partner in the second Rotte being on the right wingtip of his partner.
The Rotte fighting pair also added to its flexibility, as a Schwarm could easily break into two Rotte pairs without losing its fighting ability.
The Rottenführer could attack enemy aircraft, leaving his wingman to watch for the enemy. It was much more flexible than the rigid three-aircraft "Vic" formation the RAF used at the start of the war.
In the Schwarm the aircraft had plenty of space to maneuver, so they were free to scan the horizon for enemy aircraft rather than focusing on maintaining a close formation.
This flexibility became apparent to the RAF during the Battle of Britain. Luftwaffe controlled the bulk of German anti-aircraft artillery commonly called Flak since the s.
The smallest tactical unit of anti-aircraft artillery was a battery German : Batterie. Battalions would be "light" leichte , "mixed" gemischte , or "heavy" schwere , referring to the size of guns in their batteries.
The battalions were variously organized into regiments Flak-Regimenter , brigades Flak-Brigaden e. Flak-Brigade XIX , divisions Flak-Divisionen , e.
Flak-Division and flak corps Flakkorps , although the hierarchy was neither very strict or very stable throughout the history. Over the course of the war, the continuous attacks by first RAF, then USAAF bombers on German cities led to increases in the number of flak units deployed in Germany.
Late in the war, AA units were bolstered by the use of foreigners and German youths. The number of transport battalions varied depending on location and need of transport of the divisions.
The first of these was formed in Berlin on 1 July as the Air Defense Command Luftverteidigungskommando but later renamed as 1st. Flak Division.
One of the unique characteristics of the Luftwaffe as opposed to independent air forces of other nations , was the possession of an organic paratrooper force; the Fallschirmjäger.
These were established in They saw action in their proper role during —, most notably in the capture of the Belgian Army fortress at Eben—Emael and the Battle of the Netherlands in May They also took part in the invasion of Crete in May More than 4, Fallschirmjäger were killed during the Crete operation.
Consequently, these forces were only used for smaller-scale operations, such as the successful rescue of Benito Mussolini , the then-deposed dictator of Italy, in Fallschirmjäger formations were used as standard infantry in all theaters of the war.
As the Prussian Minister of the Interior, Göring formed an elite police force in early It consisted of men with its headquarters in Berlin.
After several name changes within the following six months, it was named the Landespolizeigruppe General Göring. During the next two years, it grew to become the Regiment General Göring.
After the formation of the Luftwaffe was announced, Göring transferred this unit to the German air arm. At that time, it consisted of the following units: .
In late , volunteers for the Paratroop Corps were combined in the I. This along with the Pionier-Kompanie formed the IV.
They still remained part of the Regiment Hermann Göring until March In March they were renamed I. In late , the regiment had expanded even further and consisted of the following units: .
On 1 October , the division was expanded to become the FallschirmPanzerkorps Hermann Göring. In order to achieve this, another division called Fallschirm-Panzergrenadier Division 2 Hermann Göring was formed.
This was staffed by fresh recruits from both the army and the Luftwaffe. In early , in the east, the Luftwaffe formed seven Feldregimenter der Luftwaffe "Luftwaffe Field Regiments".
These were predominantly formed from volunteer or surplus Luftwaffe personnel. Their goal was to maintain airfield security against Soviet Partisan activity.
Each regiment consisted of four battalions. Each battalion consisted of three light companies and one heavy company. They also had a headquarters company and one signals platoon.
There was also an anti-tank battalion. It had two companies equipped with nine 5 cm PaK 38 and one company equipped with captured Russian 7.
Due to a lack of training in ground combat skills, these regiments were limited to defensive operations. Although intended to act as a single unit, the divisions were separated and served with army or with Fallschirmjäger units.
While in the field, these units were tactically under the command of the army but administratively still under Luftwaffe control.
Within the Luftwaffe, they came under the control of XIII. Administratively, these units came under the control of four Luftwaffe Field Corps numbered I, II, III and IV.
Each was commanded by General Der Luftwaffe "General of the Airforce" Headquarters. The strength of a Luftwaffe Field Division was half that of an army infantry division.
It did have a mixed Flak battalion and an artillery battalion. The composition of the artillery battalion varied.
It had one heavy battery with three 20 mm cannons and four 88 mm guns along with twenty-seven 20 mm anti-aircraft guns.
It had a headquarters staff as well as signals support troops. The Luftwaffe Field Division had a minimal administrative staff along with logistical support personnel in pioneer, medical and supply companies along with maintenance and other staff.
Although the division gave the impression of strength, the reality was that it was barely the size of an army brigade. As of 28 October , the 1st Luftwaffe Field Division reported an effective strength of 6, consisting of Officers, NCOs and enlisted men.
But the fighting strength was only 2, Although the army was short of manpower, Göring blocked the transfer of surplus Luftwaffe personnel to be trained for the army and instead increased the number of field divisions.
Besides the lack of training and combat experience of the Luftwaffe commanders, the army had to supply equipment to these units.
Instead of being used on quieter sections of the various fronts to relieve army units for use elsewhere, they were put into action where the Germans were hard pressed and suffered accordingly.
Aircraft markings were used to distinguish friend from foe. There were several changes in identification markings from until the end of the war in From to , civilian aircraft were painted with a bright red horizontal band with a black swastika in a white circle superimposed, shown only on the vertical stabilizer.
From , the Balkenkreuz national cross with four equal arms , basically inherited from the early spring period of Luftstreitkräfte service when it first appeared in World War I, was applied in black and white, with somewhat different proportions one-quarter as wide as its length from end-to-end than the WW I-period insignia, and without the white border outlining the "ends" of the cross, the white borders forming four right-angled "flanks" around the central black core cross.
It was painted on the fuselage about halfway between the wing and the tail and on the upper and lower sides of each wing.
The flanks came in two regulation dimension formats, with much narrower flanks before July used in all six positions on an airframe — a wider-flanked variation, for use underneath wings and on the fuselage sides, came into use from July onwards.
This helped in immediate identification. During the Spanish Civil War, where the Luftwaffe participated through the Condor Legion , aircraft were repainted with a white Andrea's Cross in a black circle.
The tail was all white with Andrea's Cross on the rudder. In Germany itself, the Balkenkreuz was once again used as the national insignia on the fuselage and wings in six locations, initially with a very narrow set of four white "flanks", which were widened around —39, with the usual swastika on the vertical tail surfaces, usually on the fixed fin, but sometimes instead on the rudder as done on some Arado -designed aircraft and on airframe designs that either had a small fin or one braced with struts.
Medical aircraft were painted with a red cross on a white circular background. Later on in the war when camouflage was more necessary, the Balkenkreuz had only a white or black outline in a "low-visibility" format, consisting only of the four right-angle "flanks" that had previously bordered the now-absent central black core cross of the Balkenkreuz ,  with the swastika also frequently being done with a white or black border only, omitting the central black shape.
Until , civilian aircraft only had a registration painted on. This was usually the letter D for Deutschland national identification letter in use from before , followed by three or four numbers.
After , military planes carried, on the fuselage, an alphanumeric four-character Geschwaderkennung code with the Balkenkreuz after the first two characters, always consisting of one letter and one number in a unique combination for a specific Geschwader or Gruppe.
The third letter always designated the individual aircraft ID within a Staffel , while the fourth letter designated the Staffel itself within the larger Geschwader or Gruppe unit it belonged to.
In the Luftwaffe, there were centralized regulations on field camouflage patterns. In practice, these were either amended or ignored.
Units in various areas used their own way of painting the aircraft excepting the Geschwaderkennung alphanumeric unit identifiers. Units in the very northern parts of Europe used pale blue wavy lines on a gray background.
Night units of both fighters and bombers tended to color their aircraft completely black with a light brown or light gray pattern.
The irregular lines were meant to match the intricate patterns of ocean waves usually called "wave-mirror" camouflage as seen from the air, especially for interceptions of RAF night bombers over the North Sea.
The nighttime skies over Germany usually had some light from either moonlight or even from city lights reflecting upwards into the skies , making a light base color effective for night fighters against sometimes cloudy or foggy skies below the night fighters' usual combat altitudes.
Liste der Occupied-Episoden der dritten Staffel. April April. Mai Mai. Juni Juni. September Teil 1 September, del 1.
September Teil 2 September, del 2. Besetzung der 3. Staffel der Serie Occupied Schauspieler Rollenname Henrik Mestad Jesper Berg Janne Heltberg Anita Rygh Ingeborga Dapkunaite Irina Sidorova Ane Dahl Torp Bente Norum Eldar Skar Hans Martin Djupvik Selome Emnetu Hilde Djupvik.