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5 Matching questions

  1. Parliamentarianism
  2. Knud Knudsen
  3. Christian Michelsen
  4. Oehlenschlager
  5. The Telegram Crisis
  1. a transfer of power from monarch to parliament.
  2. b poet of Danish identity (danish poetry in danish), playwright
  3. c advocated "Norwegianization" of Danish (bokmal)
  4. d catalyst, formed coalition government--> became prime minister. Strongly linked to dissolution of union between Norway and Sweden. First prime minister after dissolution.
  5. e -reached boiling point in December 1942
    -Hitler sent to king of Denmark conventional birthday greetings
    -King Christian X replies with "My best thanks"
    -Sent Hitler into a rage
    -in 1943 Germans assumed direct rule

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Operation West, Germany's movement through Denmark and Norway
    -Hitler breaks pact with Denmark
    -April 8, 1940, Germans launch an invasion of Denmark and Norway
    -by midday on April 9, they have overrun Denmark
    -King Christian and Prime minister meet, agree to surrender
  2. Glucksvurg, King of Denmark during both world wars, forced Zahle
  3. the last swedish king to intervene with swedish politics, was evicted from his political role, remains that way in Sweden today
  4. writers of the Socialist Revolution
  5. took Slesvig and Holstein away from Denmark and gave them to Austria and Prussia

5 True/False questions

  1. FichteGerman nationalist, founding figure of german philosophy

          

  2. Karlstad Conventionsfirst socialist goverment prime minister of Sweden who argued for reform, and regulated consumption of alcohol through taxing and monopoly instead of prohibition

          

  3. SelmerNorwegian political leader, popularized politics, member of the Norwegian Parliament, support of the farmers

          

  4. Edvard Munchfirst Norwegian prime minister after introduction of parliamentarism

          

  5. Brantingwas the first social democratic Prime Minister of Denmark