AUG 29 1943 Denmark defies Nazi Martial Law German troops on the streets of Denmark, 29th August 1943.
Danish fishermen (foreground) ferry Jews across a narrow sound to safety in neutral Sweden during the German occupation of Denmark. Sweden, 1943
The Museum of Danish Resistance descibes the Occupation of Denmark in 1940-45; #Denmark2013 #Copenhagen
German Wehrmacht soldiers of the 2nd Battalion, 137th Regiment of the 2nd Division wait on the streets of occupied Denmark before being deployed to Norway.
Η κηδεία του δάσκαλου και έφεδρου αξιωματικού Λίλη. Στην πομπή διακρίνονται αντάρτες του ΕΔΕΣ και του ΕΛΑΣ. Γιάννενα, φθινόπωρο 1944
German soldiers marching through Copenhagen, after the occupation of Denmark in the course of Operation Weseruebung, to participate at a muster of the German troops on the occasion of Hitler’s birthday. Occupation of Denmark, 1940.
Rabbi Marcus Melchior, Danish chief rabbi, who warned his congregants that the Germans intended to round up Denmarks Jews. Melchior himself went into hiding and escaped to Sweden. Copenhagen, Denmark, before 1943.
Happy crowd lines the streets of Copenhagen to welcome American troops after the German occupying forces were driven out. Denmark, May 1945.
King Christian X on his daily ride through Copenhagen in 1942 during the German occupation of Denmark. When a German asked how the king could do this without a bodyguard, he was told, ‘Denmark is his bodyguard.’