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|Born||9 June 1904|
|Died||16 July 1990(aged 86)|
|Political party||Socialist People's Party|
|Communist Party of Denmark, Danish Freedom Council|
Mogens Ludolf Fog (9 June 1904 – 16 July 1990) was a Danish physician, politician (Danish Communist Party) and resistance fighter. In the 1930s, he headed the Socialistiske Læger (Social Physicians) who opposed Fascism.
During the Second World War and the German occupation of Denmark, he played a strategic role in the Danish resistance movement. In 1942, he helped to set up the Frit Danmark, the illegal non-partisan resistance newspaper, and became an active member of the Danish Freedom Council (Frihedsrådet) in 1943. He was arrested by the Gestapo in October 1944 but escaped in March 1945 after their headquarters in the Shell building were bombed by the Royal Air Force.
- Morten Møller: Mogens Fog: en biografi, Gyldendal A/S, 2009
- Fog, Mogens. Danmark frit 1942-1946. Copenhagen: Thaning and appel, 1947.