Outdoor photo exhibition opened in Oslo on May 8, 2017. The exhibition displayed the men, women, and children who escaped the Nazis in Norway’s largest rescue mission during the winter of 1942 – 43 in the outdoor photo exhibition Escape (Norwegian title: Flukt).
Carl Fredriksens Transport saved more than 1000 persecuted people, half of them Jewish, during WWII. Led by a small group of brave individuals, the rescue mission saved up to forty people each night over a period of six weeks by hiding them on the back of trucks, driving the long way from Oslo to Sweden.
“逃亡”是一次在奥斯陆Carl Berner的“Dette er et fint sted”公园举办的摄影展，该展是为了纪念在救援行动中英勇就义的人们，并表示对他们的英勇行为将被世代铭记。该展于2017年5月8日开幕，照片是从摄影师Pål Laukli和“Dette er et fint sted” 基金会，佳能公司及Snøhetta公司收集而来。
“Escape” is an exhibition in the park “Dette er et fint sted”, located at Carl Berner in Oslo. The park and the exhibition is a memorial to the rescue mission, the people who fled for their lives and for the generations to follow.The exhibition opened on May 8, 2017, and was created through a collaboration between photographer Pål Laukli, the Foundation “Dette er et fint sted”, Canon, and Snøhetta.