Get this from a library rescue in denmark harold flender how occupied denmark rose as a nation to save the danish jew from nazi extermination. The rescue allowed the vast majority of denmarks jewish population to avoid capture by the nazis and is considered to be one of the largest actions of collective resistance to aggression in the countries occupied by nazi germany as a result of the rescue and the following danish intercession on behalf of the 464 danish jews who were captured and deported to the theresienstadt transit camp . The rescue of the danish jews occurred during nazi germany s occupation of denmark during world war ii on october 1 1943 nazi leader adolf hitler ordered danish jews to be arrested and deported despite great personal risk the danish resistance movement with the assistance of many ordinary danish citizens managed to evacuate 7220 of denmarks 7800 jews plus 686 non jewish spouses . Rescue in denmark most individuals in occupied europe did not actively collaborate in the nazi genocidenor did they do anything to help jews and other victims of nazi policies throughout the holocaust millions of people silently stood by while they saw jews roma gypsies and other enemies of the reich being rounded up and deported. Fantastic book like the cover says its about how occupied denmark rose as a nation to save the danish jews from nazi extermination inspirational powerful and a clear demonstration of doing the right thing
How it works:
1. Register Trial Account.
2. Download The Books as you like ( Personal use )