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Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Wraqpper has some rubbing but no creasing, tears or fading. A nice condition copy internally with little wear, just some sligfht spotting to edge of text block. Heavy book, please inquire for postage outside the UK. Published by Peter Lang Publishing In Norway today, the resistance is celebrated in museums, novels, films, and history books. Sweden was the only Scandinavian country that declared its neutrality, and to some extent managed to maintain it throughout the war. But after , when the Danish and Norwegian Jews fled their home countries, almost all of them were accepted by the Swedish authorities and provided for by the Swedish government, the Jewish community and the JDC.
It was the Swedish public at large, and not only its Jewish members, who welcomed the Danish and Norwegian Jews. In Denmark the Jews were protected by the Danish government and citizenry, and later by the Swedish government and people who sheltered them. On Oct. It said:. Wherever Jews are persecuted because of their religion or race it is the duty of the Christian Church to protest against such persecution, because it is in conflict with the sense of justice inherent in the Danish people and inseparable from our Danish culture through the centuries … Our different religious views notwithstanding, we shall fight for the cause that our Jewish brothers and sisters may preserve the same freedom which we ourselves evaluate more highly than life itself.
A documentary produced by the U.
Holocaust Museum, Rescue in Scandinavia , includes interviews with both the rescuers and the rescued, and features rare footage from wartime Oslo, Copenhagen, and Stockholm. But not all Danish Jews were saved from deportation. But because the Danish government persisted in its claim to the Germans that these Jews be protected, they escaped the fate of other Theresienstadt inmates, most of whom were sent to Auschwitz. From to the Danish Welfare Ministry kept track of the Danish Jews imprisoned in Theresienstadt and arranged for private individuals to send food and clothing parcels to those held captive.
The word citizens is central here; the Danes refused to accept the German diktat that Jews be declared a foreign element in Denmark. But at the persecution of its Jews, Danes drew a line they refused to cross.
Behind the myth, however, is an historical truth. The King did advocate for and represent the democratic integrity of the nation and its willingness to protect its Jewish citizens. The story of the Danish rescue of the Jews has been told many times. Not only was the German army seemingly ineffective and indifferent to their orders, but so was the SS.
In occupied Denmark there was friction between the Wehrmacht and the SS and this friction may account for the almost peremptory attitude by authorities of the German army in response to orders from Berlin to deport the Jews. But documents uncovered by Lidegaard show that in the Danish case the SS itself was somewhat lackadaisical and passive, highly uncharacteristic behavior for that murderous organization. The lesson is that individuals count.
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