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That Denmark Might Live
 
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That Denmark Might Live

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Published 1967 by Macrae Smith
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Kaylie O'Neill
Mar 20, 2015 Kaylie O'Neill rated it it was amazing
“That Denmark Might Live” is an excellently written book that talks of the Danish Resistance during the Nazi occupation of Denmark from 1940 to 1945. Comprised of 11 chapters, this short book is not only informing, but interesting. It has the ability to hook you in and keep you reading, while also keeping an interesting and unique style to it.

The start of the book becomes with a bang- both figuratively and metaphorically. By starting by showing the sabotage work of the underground resistance mem
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Irving Werstein was born in Brooklyn, graduated from high school in Richmond Hill, Long Island, and attended New York University. His early career was colorful and varied. It range from working in a radio factory to repairing dolls in a doll hospital. He was a summer comedian in the Catskills, a salesman, a camp counsellor, a straight actor.

But ever since he helped edit his high school newspaper,
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