Danish Unity

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Danish Unity (Danish: Dansk Samling) is a political party in Denmark, founded in 1936 by Arne Sørensen. It contested elections in 1939, 1943, 1945, 1947, April 1953 and then once more in 1964. It remains as a political organisation.

Based on a form of Christian nationalism, it presented itself as a third way between socialism and liberalism.

It later campaigned against Danish membership in the EU.

In October 2013, Morten Uhrskov Jensen replaced Adam Wagner as national chairman, since then the organization have had an increase of members.


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