On 9 April 1940, German forces invaded Denmark. Within hours and without a real fight the government capitulated; cooperating with the Nazis in order to secure as much self-determination as possible. Not everybody accepted the surrender. Abroad, Danes mobilised to fight back. Men and women—whether they had escaped from Denmark, been involuntarily exiled by the occupation, or were emigrants—turned up at recruiting offices around the world, volunteering to fight for Denmark’s freedom. More than 250 volunteered for the Allied air forces
BRITAIN’S VICTORY, DENMARK’S FREEDOM Danish Volunteers in Allied Air Forces during the Second World War
This book offers the most comprehensive account of the Danish contribution to the Allied air forces of the Second World War ever written. It covers Danish pilots in Britain, Germany, and Coastal Command; their involvement in the air wars of the Mediterranean and the Balkans; service in the Far East and Pacific. The Author has been researching Danes in the Royal Air Force for nearly fifteen years, and has a unique knowledge on this subject.
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