The story of:

99th Infantry Battalion (Separate)


Text Box: Claus Hoie, 1943

The Viking Battalion

The story of the 99th Infantry Battalion on DVD.

By Steinar Hybertsen

Now available exclusively here.

In 1942, the 99th Infantry Battalion of the U.S. Army was activated in Camp Ripley, Minnesota consisting of Norwegian nationals and U.S. Citizens of Norwegian decent. They trained in Camp Hale, Colorado for an invasion of Nazi occupied Norway.  But they saw battle on the European continent. This is their story, told by the veterans themselves. The film contains never before seen film and photo material, and is produced by renowned Norwegian-American film producer Steinar Hybertsen. 


                          Length: 110 min.

                          System: NTSC

                          Production Year: 2013

                          Price: $25.00 (including shipping/handling for USA or Canada)


We accept Money Order, Cashiers checks or Paypal.


For payment by Money Order or Cashiers Check, please mail your order to:

             99th Infantry Battalion (Sep) WWII Educational Foundation

             PO Box 14521

            Grand Forks, ND 58208-4521

            Attn: Paula Lindholm, Treasurer

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To order a PAL version of this DVD (playable in Europe), please order directly from our partners in Norway by clicking on this link    >>>  HMKF


Norwegian Military Vehicle Historical  Association (HMKF) is our partner in Norway and handle all sales  of the DVD in Europe.