Sunday, 6 October 2013

Denmark Confronts Questions Over Its WWII Relationship With Nazi Germany

FSWC Reports:

From AFP via

As Denmark commemorates the heroic rescue of the vast majority of its Jewish population during World War II, the country faces thorny questions over its relationship with Nazi Germany.

The flight of more than 7,000 Danish Jews – around 95% of the total – to safety in neighboring Sweden in 1943 is an inspirational story from an otherwise dark chapter in Europe's history.

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