The Danes were a divided people after their German occupation. Many simply went on withe their lives. The King remained as the nominal head of state while Britain made an invasion of the Faroe Islands and Iceland to keep them out of German hands and to protect their Atlantic shipping lanes to the Americas. The German occupation was very unpopular and that sentiment increased as the war drug on.
They got killed
they Sold danishes during the war
people got shot
they have a dolours and bloody Sunday !:
due to my knowledge world war 11 is yet to happen
that many people had got killed and also people had to get separated
World War I happened during the Wilson Administration.
The Holocaust. Google it. It's pretty significant
During world war 2, ghettos were often closed city districts where Nazi soldiers dehumanized and controlled Jewish people.
The Danish resistance was very important because of the fact they had saved over 90% of their Jewish population. These actions also showed that when people fight for their beliefs it is much stronger than being alone. The resistors near the end of the war was almost 45,000 people.
World War one happened!
The main event that happened in the world during the Gothic Period that made people turn to religion was the Black Plague. This devastating illness caused many people to turn to religion and to turn away from their kings or royalty toward leadership by the church.
Romania during World War I happened in 1916-08.
Only about 50 million people killed and injured. the Germans where on vacation
They were placed in concentration camps ; Japanese-American internment .
Kaj Birksted was a Danish fighter pilot during World War II. He flew Spitfires, and scored 10 confirmed, and another 10 possible kills; a total of 21. Source: wikipedia
Nothing happened in the 1995, as there was no world cup that year.
Denmark was occupied by Germany during World War 2
People were killed A lot of slave labour working going on Children were experimented on.
um, there were less people because heaps died in the war?