Nothing Rotten in Denmark

Hasserlriis, C. H. W.
June 1943
New Republic;6/7/43, Vol. 108 Issue 23, p760
Focuses on the invasion of Denmark by the Nazis. Reason for open sabotage and denunciation; Need for anti-Jewish laws demanded by Nazis in Denmark; Awards of cash offered by Nazis for delivery of anti-German Danes; Result of the biggest election ever held in Denmark, in which 2,000,000 votes were cast; Votes received by various parties.


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