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The German Invasion of Denmark (1940)

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German troops are airlifted into the Aalborg airport 1940

Images and Pictures of the German Invasion of Denmark

 

German Invasion of Norway (April 9, 1940)--Germany invaded Norway and Denmark on April 9, 1940, in order to secure Norwegian routes for the Swedish iron ore that German industry needed for Hitler's war. German troops conducted a swift and very easy invasion and occupation of Denmark by both the sea and the ground, swiftly occupying Denmark.

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German Ju-52 transport planes over Denmark on the morning of April 9, 1940

German Ju-52 transport planes over Denmark on the morning of April 9, 1940

 

German troops are airlifted into the Aalborg airport 1940

German troops are airlifted into the Aalborg airport

 

 German tanks in Denmark, 1940.  

 German tanks in Denmark, 1940.

 

German planes drop propaganda over Copenhagen, Denmark, 1940.

German planes drop propaganda over Copenhagen, Denmark, 1940.

 

Danish King Christian X

Danish King Christian X During World War Two.