Hi! I am working on a research project on the German coastal battery on Titran (Norway) during World War II. I am from Norway myself, and I apologize for my English language skills. I wonder if anyone of you could help me with some research? The German coastal battery on Titran was subjected to an allied bomb attack on November 14, 1944. The attack was carried out by the 881 Naval Air Squadron, which was stationed on "HMS Pursuer". The attack was part of Operation "STEAK". In connection with planning this operation, British reconnaissance aircraft were sent which took aerial photos of the German coastal battery on Titran. A Norwegian refugee in London, (Johannes Ruø) who was locally known on Titran was called to the "ministry" who planned the operation. He was asked if there was a civilian population in the area where the bombing was to take place, and he was allowed to see aerial photographs of the area. According to Johannes Ruø, the photographs were of very good quality. I have tried to find copies of these aerial photographs, but without luck. I do not have very good knowledge of this type of research. I hope you might be able to help me find these photographs? Some facts: Titran is a small village on the island of Frøya, in Sør-Trøndelag, Norway. The German name of the coastal battery on Titran, was HKB 22./975 Melland-west. Today the coastal battery is locally named "Stabben fort". The Allies wanted to bomb the German radar stations installed on Titran in 1944 (2 Wurzburg-Rise FuSE 65, 1 Freya). Unfortunately, the bomb attack failed, but fortunately no civilians were killed. In addition to aerial photography, I am also interested in combat reports, and other reports and documents related to this incident.