German Wehrmacht soldiers of the 2nd Battalion, 137th Regiment of the 2nd Division wait on the streets of occupied Denmark before being deployed to Norway. Frederikshavn, North Denmark Region, Jutland, Denmark. May 1940.
Svenske Røde Kors busser transporterer politibetjente fra Frøslevlejren til København d. 3. maj 1945 under Bernadotte-aktionen Tidsperiode og årstal Datering: 3. Maj 1945 - See more at: http://samlinger.natmus.dk/FHM/23010#sthash.Qg9mmU4j.dpuf
Billede af Schalburgkorpset.
Remnants of the Gestapo headquarters in Copenhagen (Shellhuset), after being bombed by the RAF. Denmark, 1945
Happy crowd lines the streets of Copenhagen to welcome American troops after the German occupying forces were driven out. Denmark, May 1945.
Hotel Phoenix was confiscated by the Wehrmacht and used as headquarter for the Kriegsmarine in Denmark, later this particular headquarter was moved to Silkeborg bad as the Allied invasion might be expected on the North Sea coast of Jutland
The Wehrmacht is leaving Denmark after they surrendered to the British troops, 6-5-1945. The public is cheering at the British troops about to pass
Christian Frederik von Schalburg was burried in Frikorps Danmark cemetery located in the small village Biakovo in the Demjansk area. He was awarded a hero’s funeral back in Copenhagen attended by Prime Minister Buhl and Secretary Scavenius, Prince Harald and his wife Princess Helene.