Talk:Denmark in World War II

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Number of Danish WW2 resistance members killed ?[edit]

This edit by Peregrine981 states that 'Just over 850' members of the Danish WW2 resistance were killed. However, the postwar years in Denmark saw an extensive effort to commemorate the members of the Danish WW2 resistance who lost their lives, including the creation of Ryvangen Memorial Park. This memorial names 348 resistance members who died (or were missing and were presumed to have died) during their efforts (of which a couple were later struck from the list, when they were found not to have been resistance members). As such I have changed the unsourced 'Just over 850' to 'About 350'. If someone can come up with a more detailed list than the official one at Ryvangen, then please feel free to update this article accordingly. Lklundin (talk) 15:57, 2 March 2018 (UTC)

While not explicitly described as resistance members, the memorial also list 31 persons who died in German KZ camps. Although these 31 resistance members may very well already be counted among those Danes who died in German KZ camps (mentioned later in the text), I have adjusted the number of killed resistance members to 'About 380'. Lklundin (talk) 16:23, 2 March 2018 (UTC)