Paratviden om Danmark

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Her får du korte og kontante svar på begivenheder og personer i Danmarkshistorien tilbage fra Vikingetiden i 800-1050 frem til Finanskrisens årsager i 2013.

Nogle begivenheder eller personskildringer præsenteres i ultra kort form. Der er fx ikke meget at fortælle om Harald 2., ud over at han var søn af Svend Tveskæg og bror til Knud den Store. Men han er med, fordi han er en del af kongerækken, og kongerækken repræsenterer immervæk kontinuiteten i vores fælles historie. Det samme gælder de regeringsledere, der har stået i spidsen for landets parlament siden Junigrundloven i 1849. Ikke alle har bidraget med lige meget til fælles bedste. Men det ville være en undladelsessynd ikke at medtage dem alle, da det ellers ville efterlade blinde pletter i den samlede præsentation.
Omvendt er nogle begivenheder eller personskildringer så komplekse, at det kræver lidt mere plads. Det er fx umuligt at forklare begivenhederne op til Junigrundloven i 1849 på nogle få linjer. Her skal der nødvendigvis ofres den fornødne plads, så teksten giver mening og perspektivet fastholdes. Det samme gælder fx det intense drama omkring Påskekrisen i 1920, hvor Christian 10. afskediger ministeriet Zahle. Eller Danmarks ja til EF i 1972 og den efterfølgende vejledende folkeafstemning om EF-pakken i 1986. For slet ikke at tale om ”Det Nationale Kompromis” i 1992, som stadig holder Danmark i et jerngreb i forhold til ”De fire forbehold”.

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Here are brief and cash responses to events and people in the history of Denmark time of the Vikings in the 800-1050 up to the financial crisis causes in 2013.

Some events or character sketches are presented in ultra-short form. For example there are not much to tell about Harald 2, in addition to that he was the son of Sweyn and brother of King Canute. But he is because he is part of the list of kings and royal row represents, after all, the continuity of our common history. The same goes for government leaders who have spearheaded the country's parliament since June Constitution in 1849. Not everyone has contributed equally to the common good. But it would be a sin of omission not to include them all, otherwise it would leave blind spots in the overall presentation.
Conversely, some events or character sketches so complex that it requires a little more space. Example, it is impossible to explain the events leading up to the June Constitution of 1849 in a few lines. These must necessarily be sacrificed enough space so that the text makes sense and perspective is maintained. The same applies, for example, the intense drama about Easter Crisis of 1920, when Christian 10 dismisses the Zahle. Or Denmark yes to the Community in 1972 and the subsequent consultative referendum on the EC package in 1986. Not to speak of 'National Compromise "in 1992, which still holds Denmark in an iron grip over" The four reservations ".

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Eligible for Family Library
Updated
February 8, 2014
Size
865k
Installs
50+
Current Version
1.1.3
Requires Android
2.2 and up
Content Rating
Everyone
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Mølgård & Mølgård
Developer
Lerchesvej 1, 104 DK-5700 Svendborg
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