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A History of Denmark


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Acknowledgements Maps Introduction: What is Denmark and Who are the Danes? Foreign and Security Policy: From the Gatekeeper of the Baltic to a Midget State Domestic Policy, 1500-1848: The Era of Aristocracy and Absolutism Domestic Policy since 1848: Democracy and the Welfare State The Church and Culture from Luther to the Present Economic Conditions: The Old Denmark, 1500-1800 Economic Conditions: The New Denmark since 1800 The Danes: A Tribe or a Nation? Notes Select Bibliography A Short Chronology

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KNUD J.V. JESPERSEN is Professor of Modern History at the University of Southern Denmark and Royal Historiographer to H.M. the Queen of Denmark.


The third edition of Knud J. V. Jespersen's History of Denmark pairs an insider's perspective on Danish history and politics with a keen assessment of how Denmark's domestic situation has been affected by external, global developments. This book will be invaluable for English speakers trying to understand how one small country in the north Atlantic has had such an outsize influence on the world. * Julie K. Allen, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA *
Knud J. V. Jespersen's History of Denmark, now in its third edition, is the most up-to-date comprehensive overview of Danish history available in English. Concise and readable, it is well-suited for both self-study and classroom use. * Mart Kuldkepp, University College London, UK *

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