Asked in Migraine Headaches, Germany in WW2
How did the Danes resist the occupying Nazi armies?
They resisted by making underground resistance and sabotaging the nazis
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2
Was Germany the only country occupied by the Nazi?
You have it the wrong way round. Germany WAS Nazi, and their armies occupied most of the countries in Europe....
Asked in Judaism
What happened if the Jewish people were caught by the danish resistance?
the danish people pulled together to save the entire Jewish community. the only people who reserved their humanity in the face of the nazi horror ...
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2, Judaism
How many Danish Jews died in the Holocaust?
Denmarks was the Nazi-occupied country that suffered the LEAST Jews killed, as most of the Danish Jews were shipped to Sweden just in time. The figure usually given is 116 Danish Jews killed by the Nazis. ...
Why didn't the nazi party arrest Danish Jews in World War 2?
The policy of cooperation between Germany and Denmark, and the Germans view of the Danes as being of the Aryan race, meant a comparatively peaceful Danish co-existence with the German occupation power. Germany had no desire to endanger this situation, and for long the Danish Jews went untouched by the terrible Nazi racial policy that was carried out in the rest of occupied Europe. The relatively small number of Jews in Denmark undoubtedly also influenced the Germans' indifference to the Danish Jews. ...
What is the name of the nazi partys parties private armies?
Sturmabteilung (SA), the paramilitary brown-shirts, or "storm-troops"
Asked in Holocaust, Germany in WW2, Japan in WW2
Why the German and Japanese Armies kill civilians?
Nazi kill civilian because they kill civilian for fun like Japanese army
Asked in Nazi Party, Fascism
What do HHH stand for when you are talking about Nazi?
It means in Danish "had handling helt" which means "Hate Action Hero" in english i am quite confident about my answer but i could be wrong ...
Why didn't if the danish resistance fighters attack the Nazi party in 1943?
Prior to 1943 Denmark was allowed to keep their self rule. The Danish government did not any any violent revolts against the Nazis because they did not want any retaliation by the Nazis. By 1943 life in Denmark with the Nazi occupation deteriorated and the resistance fighters and others did start doing strategic attacks against the Nazis. ...
Asked in Holocaust
What did King Christian-the tenth have to do with the Holocaust?
Danish king Christian X ruled Denmark and Iceland during World War II. Unlike the monarchs of other Nazi-occupied countries, Christian did not go into exile, remaining as national symbol of Danish resistance. ...