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More remarkably of all, a sun chariot from 1,500 B.C. Now the star exhibit at the National Museum of Denmark. Dr James Fox, A History of Art in Three Colours: Gold I, BBC 2012
European News: Car-bomb killing in suburbia rekindles Denmark’s bitter biker-gang violence. Real Crime with Mark Austin: Fallen Angel, newspaper article, ITV 2011
In Norway a Scandinavian biker war broke out between the Hell’s Angels and the Bandidos. ibid.
All seven defendants were found guilty. ibid.
For what? A patch on his clothing. ibid.
Hitler orders a pre-emptive strike against both Norway and Denmark. Visions of War: The World in Flames 2004
Germany’s armies swept northward into Denmark and Norway. The aim was to conquer Norway and to secure Scandinavia on Germany’s northern flank. Denmark was just in the way. A British expedition to aid Norway was quickly defeated. World War II: The Complete History: A Kind of Victory, Discovery 2000
The Nazis turned against Denmark. Denmark had remained a neutral country in every European affair since 1815, and was accepted by all powers as part of Germany’s backyard. Denmark was by nature pacifist in politics, with the military held in low regard. In 1940 the Danish Army was just 14,000 strong. The Navy had five ships. The Air Force had fifty planes. World War II: The Complete History: The War That Wasn’t
Something is rotten in the state of Denmark. William Shakespeare, Hamlet I iv
Denmark’s a prison. ibid. II ii 242
Attempting to escape from prison is not actually illegal, although if recaptured, one is required to serve out the remainder of one’s term. Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! 2006
Denmark is a small nation of five million people, but our economy is completely dependent on our commercial fleet. Every family has some connection to it. Tobias Lindholm
The bogs of Denmark have preserved many clues to the daily life and beliefs of the Bronze Age. Richard Rudgley, Pagans: Magic Moments Channel 4 2004