Contains entries on historical and contemporary aspects of Denmark, covering politics, the military, economy, society, the arts, and religion, as well as the Danish welfare state and Danish relations with the European Union and countries outside of Europe. An introduction provides an overview of Danish history and politics. Includes a chronology and reference appendices. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR
Includes bibliographical references (p. 441-514).
Editor's Foreword / Jon Woronoff
Map of Modern Denmark
Map of Southern Jutland, Slesvig and Holsten
Appendix 1. The Danish Monarchs
Appendix 2. Prime Ministers and Cabinets, 1848-1998
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