This video says about itself:
In the southeast part of Norway you can observe the harvest mouse who is the smallest rodent in Europe.
In the Dutch coastal nature reserve Duinen van Oostvoorne, in the autumn of 2007 there were 100 live traps for small mammal research.
One brown rat was caught.
A bit unusually, bank voles were caught. Until two years ago, this species did not live on Voorne island. However, it is widespread there now.
Source: #1 in 2008 of the magazine of Zuid-Hollands Landschap in the Netherlands, page 15.
House mice: here.
Phylogeny and historical demography of economically important rodents of the genus Arvicanthis (Mammalia: Muridae) from the Nile Valley: of mice and men: here.
House mouse on ancient Mediterranean ship: here.
Bank vole research: here.
A new species of Hylomyscus (Rodentia: Muridae) from West Africa: here.