1945 in Denmark
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Events from the year 1945 in Denmark.
- Monarch – Christian X
- Prime minister – German military rule (until 5 May), Vilhelm Buhl (until 7 November), Knud Kristensen
- 21 March – The British Operation Carthage, an air raid targeting the local Gestapo headquarters in the Shell Building in central Copenhagen, goes wrong and 125 Danish civilians, including 80 school children, are killed.
- 18 January – Kirsten Klein, photographer
- 24 February – Mikael Salomon, film director, cinematographer
- 21 March – Henrik Nordbrandt, poet
- 10 May – Morten Bo, photographer
- 23 October – Kim Larsen, singer-songwriter
- 21 February – Anne Marie Carl-Nielsen, sculptor (b. 1863)
- 5 March – Albrecht Schmidt, film actor (b. 1870)
- 30 April – Gudmund Nyeland Brandt, landscape architect (b. 1878)
- 17 November – Elna Munch, feminist, suffragist and politician, one of the three first women to be elected to the Danish parliament in 1918 (d. 1871)
- 17 November – Jens Olsen, clockmaker, locksmith and astromechanic, constructor of the World Clock in Copenhagen City Hall (d. 1872)