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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 acting classes can helpyour chances of gettinga gig in EEUU primer avance 1933-1939 The Nazi Occupation of Denmark Adolf Hitler is appointedChancellor ofNazi Germany 1/30/1933 The GermanReichstag passes lawsRestricting Jewish freedom 9/15/1935 9/29/1938 Part of Czechoslovakiais ceded to Germany. Before the Danish Invasion 5/30/1939 Denmark and Germanysign a non-aggressionpact 9/1/1939 GermanyInvadesPoland 9/3/1939 Britain and FranceDeclare War onGermany, WWIIBegins VS German Entrance and Occupation 1940-1945 Summary of the Danish-Nazi Invasion 4/9/1940 Nazi Soldiers and other German forces invade Denmark 9/27/1940 Japan joins Germany andItaly as an Axis Power 11/25/1941 Denmark signs the Anti-Comintern Pact. 9/26/42 King Christian Xof Denmarkreplies to a birthdaytelegram fromHitler 11/5/1942 Werner Best,the new Germanhigh-commandantof Denmark arrivesin Copenhagen Martial law (Curfew)is imposed, and KingChristian is under 'house-arrest 8/29/1943 9/19/1944 Germans arrestthe Danish police. 4/28/1945 All concentrationcamps liberatedby American Forces. 4/30/1945 Adolf Hitlercommitssuicide in a Berlin bunkerunder heavyfire. 5/5/1945 German forcesin Denmark, Holland,and other foreign countries surrender. During the reign of Adolf Hitler, and the time of WWII, Denmark was under German Occupation. This is because of the amount of people who practiced the Jewish religion, much like the conditions of Holland and France.Yet, because of the help from the Allied forces America, Russia, France and England, Danes, and all of the Jewish population around the world were once again free, and out of control fromGermany and Adolf Hitler's injustice and inhumane action in which cause the second world war Darkness Over DenmarkBy Ellen Levine "Each time a man stands up for an ideal,or the lot of others, or strikes out againstinjustice, he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope"-Robert F. Kennedy
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