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Forum in Copenhagen sprangdes- right that German troops would take the premises of obsessed tion 1943 A free Norden 1945

Forum in Copenhagen sprangdes- right that German troops would take the premises of obsessed tion 1943

A free Norden 1945
Forum in Copenhagen sprangdes- right that German troops would take the premises of obsessed tion 1943

A free Norden 1945
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Forum in Copenhagen sprangdes- right that German troops would take the premises of obsessed tion 1943

A free Norden 1945
Forum in Copenhagen sprangdes- right that German troops would take the premises of obsessed tion 1943 A free Norden 1945
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By the summer of 1943, in the midst of World War II, Denmark has been occupied by German forces for more than three years. Resistance to the invaders has been sporadic, mainly limited to displays of Danish cultural identity or scattered acts of sabotage. But now, provoked by German brutality, the Danes act more boldly to resist the German war machine. Mass nonviolent direct action begins first with labor strikes. Then when SS troops arrive to round up Danish Jews for deportation to the death camps, the Danes rescue their fellow citizens, ferrying most to safety in Sweden. The effort galvanizes many Danes, and soon general strikes challenge German control, and the Danish underground emphasizes nonviolent operations. Although Denmark is not liberated until the end of the war, nonviolent resistance has stymied German plans for extracting value from the occupation. Forum Copenhagen (Danish: Forum København), in Frederiksberg, Copenhagen, Denmark, is a large multi-use, rentable fair building, which hosts a large variety of concerts, markets, exhibitions and other events. The venue can hold up to 10,000 people depending on the event. The Forum operates as a convention center, concert hall and indoor arena. It was opened in February 1926 to host a car exhibition and was last renovated in 1996–97. Over two storeys there is a combined exhibition floor area of 5,000 m² and a separate restaurant for up to 250 seated guests. The Metro station Forum is adjacent to the building. Norden is a Scandinavian term for the Nordic countries. Photo taken: 1943
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