Bo Lidegaard is an historian and editor-in-chief of the Danish daily newspaper Politiken. He is author of the popular and critically acclaimed book "Oktober '43" from 2013, in which he analyzes the flight of the Danish Jews to Sweden in a new light.
00:16 How did Denmark survive the war so succesfully compared to other European occupied countries?
01:11 What is the greatest lesson that we can learn from Denmark's war?
02:08 If war were to break out today, what would Denmark do differently and what would it do the same?
03:56 What if, during WWII, every country did as Denmark did?
04:37 What about those countries that resisted?
05:55 Are nation states obligated to act on what is in the best interest of their citizens regardless of what is correct and moral?
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