Denmark and the Holocaust
Denmark and the Holocaust attempts to give an international readership greater insight into Danish aspects of the Holocaust. The book brings together the newest research on the unwelcoming Danish refugee policy in the 1930s, the celebrated rescue of the Danish Jews in October 1943, the origins and role of popular myths about Nazi-occupied Denmark, the contributions of Danish Waffen SS volunteers to the Nazi war of extermination, as well as an account of contemporary education on the Holocaust exemplified by a group of high school students on a visit to Auschwitz.
- 1. Januar 1900
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