Bent Blüdnikov is a journalist at the Danish daily newspaper Berlingske Tidende. He is also the author of the book "Min fars flugt: Jødiske skæbner i oktober 1943" ("My father's escape: Jewish fates in October '43").
00:14 Do you think Winston Churchill was right when he called Denmark "Hitler's tame canary"?
01:31 How do you feel your father's story has impacted you?
3:33 Do you feel the succesful rescue of the Danish Jews justifies the policy of cooperation between Denmark and Germany during WWII?
05:16 Are there other reasons?
07:15 If war were to break out today, what would Denmark do differently?
08:05 What is the greatest lesson that Denmark has learnt from WWII?