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Topic - Bo Lidegaard
Mr. Lidegaard quotes no less an authority than Hannah Arendt as calling attention to "the role played by the German authorities in Denmark, their obvious sabotage of orders from Berlin.
More seriously, he feels obliged to note censoriously that "Danish cooperation with Nazi Germany was unheroic and humiliating," and he criticizes the Danish authorities' accepting the Nazi racial categories in their vigorous attempts to prevent Danes of mixed Jewish and Lutheran heritage from deportation or actually getting the Germans to return those they had already taken.