Because they had been helping Germany: helped with the designs of panzers, had trained some of their officers, supplied them with raw materials.
Norway had a strategic importance to Germany so they used Denmark as a staging ground for the invasion of Norway, Sweden wasnt of any importance to …
Something's Rotten in Denmark?
Marcellus said that in Shakespeare's play 'Hamlet' in act I, scene IV.
As free as the vast majority of other European countries. It's a constitutional monarchy with all the usual human rights and a parliamentatry democracy. It's a member of the European Union and of NATO.
Depends on the time period considered. From the break-up of the Scandinavian Kalmar union in the early 16th century, Denmark's main adversary was Sweden which made Russia the main ally for centuries. In the 3o year war Denmark was on the protestant side, which would make England and Holland the ma…
It is closest in size to the state of alabama!
England is 97th by land area and 24th by population. The UK (Which consists of England Scotland Wales and Nothern Ireland) would be 79th by area and 22nd by population.
As a capital city, Copenhagen has many high schools, too numerous to list here. The best, however, include Niels Steenson High School, Gefion Gymnasium, Ingrid Jesperson High School and the Free High School.
DKK, Danske krone (danish krone) and øre (100 øre = 1 Krone)
If you are looking for a English language High school in Copenhagen, you can go to http://www.cis-edu.dk/.Within the Danish educational system that corresponding institution is called the 'Gymnasium' - so you can find several alternatives by googling "Gymnasium københavn".
Valdemar Atterdag (1340-1375) who took over a country indebted and split between German Dukes and the Swedish king. He recaptured and bought back the pieces. Without him there wouldn't be a Denmark.
well it effect them because they kept on saveing the Jewish and bringing them to Sweden witch was bad for the evil people
Yes, Denmark is a country.
the small country of Denmark owns Greenland.
There are at least three towns of that name in the US : in NY, LA and NE.
It would be any of the varieties of bleu (or blue) cheeses: Blue de GexBlue CastelloCabralesCambozolaCashel BleuDanish BlueFourme d' AmbertMaytag BlueRoquefortSaga BlueSaint AgurShropshire BlueStiltonValdeon
Greenland is an autonomous country within the Kingdom of Denmark.
Greenland has its own home rule and self-governance, but its
defense, foreign affair and finance are still the responsibility of
the Danish government.
Denmark is famous for the little mermaid statue, football stadiums and art galleries.Denmark is also famous for the writer H.C. Andersen.
The Kingdom of Denmark.
The capital of Denmark has these coordinates : 55° 40′ 34″ N, 12° 34′ 6″ E It's bridging the eastern part of the big island of Zealand ('Sjælland' in Danish) and the Northern part of the small island Amager.
In 1721, Norwegian priest Hans Egede, under the auspices of the Danish king, went to Greenland to "rechristianize" the Norsemen that had settled there many hundreds of years earlier. The only problem was the Norse were long gone, having long since moved on to greener pastures. In any case, Egede's e…
Denmark is a country. A old country
The currency of Denmark is the Danish krone (plural: 'Kroner'), abbreviated as 'DKK'.
The capital city of Denmark is Copenhagen or
København in Danish.
Norway conquered Greenland in 1261. Greenland was later ceded to Denmark after the Treaty of Kiel in 1814. This was an agreement among the UK, Sweden, Norway, and Denmark as a result of the Napoleonic Wars. Denmark has been able to hold onto Greenland ever since, mainly because Greenland does not se…
Denmark is to the north of Germany. Denmark is considered to be one of the four Nordic countries of Europe (the others being Norway, Sweden and Iceland). It is the southernmost of these, lying southwest of Sweden, and south of Norway (Iceland is far off in the North Atlantic). It is bordered to the …
No Greenland is part of Denmark.
lake superior, lake Huron, lake Erie, and lake Ontario
Denmark has had many Kings. Currently they have a Queen, after her, they will get a King again.
Location: Northern Europe, bordering the Baltic Sea and the North Sea, on a peninsula north of Germany.Denmark is located in Northern Europe. South of Norway, west of Sweden, north of Germany.
Greenland and Iceland
Iceland and Greenland
Well known industry products from Denmark these are the biggest sellers:
Cheese and dairy products
Cakes, cookies and other bakery goods
Bang and Olufsen sound and television equipment
Wind turbines, e.g. from Vestas Wind Systems
Greenland is an autonomous country in the Kingdom of Denmark, meaning it has its own government but it is still a part of Denmark.
Aka, Kronborg Castle - located in Helsingor / Elsinore, north of Copenhagen, Denmark.
The largest island in the world is Greenland.
A person from Denmark is called a Dane. They are Danish people.
The Denmark Strait separates Iceland and Greenland.
The country of Greenland is a province of Denmark. The capitol city
is Nuuk and it covers an area of 836,300 square miles.
Greenland and Iceland
iceland and greenland
lars lokke rasmussen
World War II reshaped almost the entire face of Europe and the
countries that call the content home. Following the war, Denmark
created a democratic government.
The Denmark Strait seperates Greenland and Iceland. Green Land and Ice land are islands.
high 60'sRight now it is about 0 Celsius in Nuuk.something in the northern cities in Greenland the temprature can go all the way down to minus 50 Celsius.
Iceland And Greenland
Current Death notices can be seen at www.afdoede.dk. If you are looking for older data try the regional archieve at http://www.sa.dk/content/us/genealogy/online_services
Because of its size and population Denmark isn't known for many things. A short list of known Danish items, ideas and people would result in:
H.C Andersen's fairytales, particularly the Little Mermaid
Denmark has been voted to be "the happiest country in the world" several times due the large amo…
Queen Margarete( pronounced mar-gah-re-te)
According to 2010 geological survey there are 18,617 islands ownded and governed by u.s.most are uninhibated and less the 5 miles squared.
Denmark Germany Iceland and formerly the carribean
It's part of the Kingdom of Denmark, but not the consitutent country of Denmark, wich is also part of the Kingdom of Denmark.
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, so you thought correctly. The maps of Denmark actually show it, too. If you don't believe me, go check out a map of Denmark right now.
The capital of Norway is Oslo.
Copenhagen is the capital of Denmark, a small country in Europe to the north of Germany.It is located on two Islands : Zealand (the bigger one) and Amager (the smaller one)The capital of Denmark has these coordinates : 55° 40′ 34″ N, 12° 34′ 6″ E It's bridging the eastern part of the big …
Over 3 million and Canada houses 60 percent of the worlds lakes !!!
The Denmark Strait divides the island Greenland from Iceland.
It separates into the two islands Greenland and Iceland.
DanishPeople in Denmark speak Danish.
Lutheran Christianity was the official religion, as it is now.
Greenland and Iceland
five great lakes are bordering Canada. They include: Lake Superior, Lake Huron, Lake Erie, and Lake Ontario, Lake Michigan
No. It has never been, and by all changes it never will be. Actually, in the late 10th century a group of Icelanders, and some Norwegians inhabited the south western coast of Greenland, the explorer, who was exiled from Norway and Iceland named it Greenland, and yes that was to make it sound better.…
Germany borders Denmark
Denmark governs the world's largest island, which is Greenland.
Greenland is a self-governing province of Denmark.
Hi My mother is Greenlandic so we go there every summer and if you want i can tell you how it is in Greenland:
Is it freesing: In summer it's ok not like people immagine it, In winter it's sometimes really cold like -60° celsius but it is dry not humid so people can handle it.
Can people li…
According to the USA Central Intelligence Agency, Greenland is geographically part of North America.
Well, the most common last names in Denmark would be: Jensen, Nielsen, Hansen, Pedersen, Andersen, Christensen, Larsen, Sørensen, Rasmussen, Jørgensen, Petersen, Madsen, Kristensen, Olsen, Thomsen, etc.They tend to end with "sen", which in Danish means "son". So the first part of the name "Jens" i…
Denmark does not have a president. Denmark has a queen. Queen Margrethe II.
We don't really have mountains in Denmark - more like hills. There are no mountains in Denmark.
The only country Denmark has a land border with is Germany.Denmark is also has a border with Sweden via the Øresund bridge.
The germans were their next door neighbors.
Answer Danish Krone
Denmark has cold winters, mild springs and autumns and warm summers. Just like where I live, in the south east of Britain. It is usually below freezing at night in January and February and Denmark has about 656mm of rain per year.
Denmark is a country that is part of Europe. The reason why Denmark is sometimes (incorrectly) considered part of North America is that the island of Greenland, which is part of the kingdom of Denmark, is actually geographically in North America.
Denmark is celebrated with great pomp and ceremonys.
James married Anne of Denmark in 1589james the 1st married a french catholic princess this made purations and protestants very angry .
The only official language in Denmark is Danish, spoken by around 90% percent of the population, while the two most common foreign languages spoken there are English and German.
Well, it's name is "Dannebrog" and means - "Danish cloth" or "Beautiful linen".
It is meant to have fallen from the heaven during a battle in Estonia in 1219. It was a crusade undertaken by Denmark. (Which is one of the oldest countries in the world. We had England, Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Greenla…
White - peace and honesty
Red - hardiness, bravery, strength & valour
Silver, gold, cooper and iron. Hydro-electric power, paper and pulp.
dane peoples are from denmark
Mostly the Danes did not escape the Germans. They continued to live in Denmark under German occupation until the war ended, when the Germans left.A few were able to go by boat to Sweden or England.