- Military operations in Scandinavia and Iceland during World War II
- Birke ("Birch") (1944) — German plan to withdraw from northern Finland prior to the Lapland War
- Birkhahn (1945) — German evacuation from Norway.
- Büffel ("Buffalo") (1940) — German operation to relieve troops in Narvik, Norway.
- Holzauge ("Wood knot") (1942) — activities in Greenland
- Ikarus (1940) — planned German invasion of Iceland in response to British Operation Fork
- Juno (1940) — German naval operation to disturb allied supplies to Norway.
- Lachsfang (1942) — Proposed combined German and Finnish attack against Kandalaksha and Belomorsk.
- Nordlicht  ("Aurora Borealis") (1944) — German withdrawal from the Kola Peninsula into Norway
- Renntier ("Reindeer") (1941) — German occupation of Finnish Petsamo
- Silberfuchs ("Silver Fox") (1941) — German operations in the Arctic, including:
- Blaufuchs 1 ("Blue Fox 1") (1941) — Staging of German forces from Germany to northern Finland.
- Blaufuchs 2 ("Blue Fox 2") (1941) — Staging of German forces from Norway to northern Finland.
- Platinfuchs ("Platinum Fox") (1941) — German attack towards Murmansk from Finnish Petsamo
- Polarfuchs ("Polar Fox") (1941) — German attack towards Kandalaksha from Finnish Lapland
- Renntier ("Reindeer") (1941) — German occupation of Petsamo.
- Sizilien (1943) — German raid upon allied occupied Spitsbergen (Svalbard)
- Tanne Ost (1944) — failed German attempt to capture Suursaari from Finland
- Tanne West (1944) — planned German attempt to capture the Åland Islands from Finland
- Weserübung ("Weser Exercise") (1940) — German invasion of Denmark and Norway
- Zitronella ("Lemon flavour") (1943) — German raid against a Norwegian/British station on Svalbard.
- Alphabet (1940) evacuation of British troops from Norway
- Archery (1941) — British commando raid on Vågsøy, Norway
- Anklet (1941) — raid on German positions on Lofoten Islands, Norway
- Carthage (1945) — RAF bombing of the Gestapo headquarters in Copenhagen, Denmark
- Catherine (1939) British plan to gain control of Baltic Sea
- Claymore (1941) — British raid on Lofoten Islands, Norway
- Freshman (1942 ) — attempted raid on a Norwegian heavy water plant at Vemork, see Gunnerside
- Fork (1940) — Invasion of Iceland by British.
- Gauntlet (1941) — raid on Spitsbergen
- Jupiter (1942) — suggested invasion of Norway
- Musketoon (1942) — British/ Norwegian destruction of a power station in Norway
- R 4 (1940) — Planned British invasion of Norway
- Source (1943) — British response to German operation Sizilien
- The Sepals/Perianth Operation (1944) — OSS supported operation in Sweden
- Wilfred (1940) — British plan to mine the Norwegian coast
- Rädda Danmark ("Save Denmark") (1945) — Swedish plan to liberate Denmark before the country was occupied by the Soviet Union (cancelled because of German surrender)
- Rädda Själland (1945) — Swedish landings on Zealand
- Rädda Bornholm (1945) — Swedish landings on Bornholm
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