Ep 349: Denmark at War

Ep 349: Denmark at War

Although occupied by the Nazis, the Danes refused to collaborate and have a proud record of helping the majority of their Jewish community avoid the Holocaust. James Holland and Al Murray discuss the role of Denmark in the Second World War.

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