Aarhus was strategically important for Germany doing WWII

Aarhus was from autumn 1942 until the liberation a transit site for transport between Germany and occupied Norway. Colossal quantities of people and material passed through the city during this period. In addition to the many soldiers who were in the troop transports, there was a large solid crew in the town. During the last two years of the war, the Germans launched large fortress buildings in the forests south of Aarhus. When the peace came in May 1945, there were more than 10,000 Germans in the city.

With its good port and railway, Aarhus was a strategically important hub for Germany.

45 comments

  1. Sockpuppet2012 · October 7, 2017

    “Aarhus was from autumn 1942 until the liberation a transit site for transport between Germany and occupied Norway”

    “liberation”? ….. what liberation?
    Who was liberated, what were they liberated from, and who did the liberating?

    “When the peace came in May 1945…..”

    The destruction of Europe began in May, 1945.

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    • vikinglifeblog · October 7, 2017

      You are absolutely right, all white people lost the war.
      Germany had good reasons to be in Denmark and Norway, but having German soldiers in Denmark should only be temporary.
      I am a Danish nationalist, not a pan-European nationalist.

      I often post writings, that is `copy & paste` from the source and then I leave it up to people to interpret it.
      People like yourself are already “redpilled” so you know. People not there yet will have to wake up step by step, till they see the bigger picture.

      I do post things like this and a few other topics, not really related with our struggle.
      https://vikinglifeblog.wordpress.com/tag/castles/
      I hope, that you enjoy it.

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