By Professor Knud J. V. Jespersen
In this introductory consultant, Knud J. V. Jespersen lines the method of disintegration and aid which helped to shape the fashionable Danish kingdom, and the historic roots of Denmark's overseas place. starting with the Reformation within the 16th century, Jespersen explains how the Denmark of this present day used to be formed through wars, territorial losses, household upheavals, new equipment of construction, and adjustments in concept.
Thoroughly revised and up to date in gentle of the newest study, this moment version comprises new discussions of the Danish Enlightenment, Denmark's function in international struggle II, the caricature challenge of 2006 and present NATO debates, bringing the various and turbulent background of the rustic correct as much as the current day.
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A History of Denmark (Palgrave Essential Histories series) by Professor Knud J. V. Jespersen