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The Rescue of the Danish Jews

It is one of the great untold stories of World War II: In 1943, in the German occupied Denmark, the Danes find out that all 7,500 Danish Jews are about to be rounded up and deported to German death camps. The Danish people make their own decision: it's not going to happen ..


 

Sources:
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Frihedsmuseet

A Cybrary of the Holocaust

Royal Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs:
The Occupation 1940-45 - by Aage Trommer
Royal Danish Embassy, Washington D.C.:
The October 1943 Exhibition

Jens Lund: The Legend of the King and the Star

Dragor Lokalarkiv
Women in the Resistance and in The Holocaust: The Voices of Eyewitnesses,
edited by Vera Laska. Greenwood Press, Westport & London, 1983.

 

The Holocaust Website

www.auschwitz.dk
The Holocaust Website
with stories of crimes, heroes and villains started 1996. It is based on more than 30 year's research into the topics of World War 2 and The Holocaust. Most of my articles have been published in newspapers and magazines.


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