German troops on the streets of Copenhagen, Denmark, 29th August 1943. The Danish people had attempted to maintain a policy of neutrality and non co-operation since the Nazis had occupied Denmark in April 1940. For a long time they had just managed to evade the worst of the German rule that was felt all around Europe.
Interactive map of Copenhagen with all popular attractions - Nyhavn, Christiansborg Palace, Rosenborg Castle and more. Take a look at our detailed itineraries, guides and maps to help you plan your trip to Copenhagen.
One of the great World War II resources in Copenhagen was the Museum of the Danish Resistance, which was lost in a fire in April 2013. But Modern History enthusiasts need not despair - there is a lot of war history still to be seen in and around Copenhagen and the collection was saved and will be rehoused in the near future.
It is 1943, and to Annemarie Johansen, life in Copenhagen is a complicated mix of ordinary home and school life, food shortages, and the constant presence of Nazi soldiers. Bravery seems a vague virtue, one possessed by dragon-slaying knights in the bedtime stories she tells her younger sister, Kirsti.
Mar 29, 1943 - Daylight Saving Time Started. When local standard time was about to reach Monday, March 29, 1943, 2:00:00 am clocks were turned forward 1 hour to Monday, March 29, 1943, 3:00:00 am local daylight time instead. Sunrise and sunset were about 1 hour later on Mar 29, 1943 …
Danes rank among the world's most happy people. In Copenhagen and the beautiful surrounding region, you'll learn why. The buzzing capital mixes royal history, modern architecture and loads of culture with sustainable living and a mouthwatering restaurant scene.Get to know Copenhagen right here and fuel your wanderlust even more over on our VisitCopenhagen Instagram account.
Copenhagen street map. 3349x3931 / 2,95 Mb Go to Map. Tourist map of Copenhagen city centre. 1909x2971 / 2,35 Mb Go to Map. Copenhagen metro map. 1621x1751 / 621 Kb Go to Map. Copenhagen public transport, bus and train map. 4607x3225 / 4,03 Mb Go to Map. Copenhagen S-Train map. 1763x1855 / 694 Kb Go to Map.
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. The Danish resistance movement, with the assistance of many Danish citizens, managed to evacuate 7,220 of Denmark's 7,800 Jews, plus 686 non-Jewish spouses, by sea to nearby neutral Sweden.
We hope you have found the 1943 Copenhagen Map information you need.
If you are interested in any other information about Copenhagen, select the appropriate page.