DENMARK: Squatters in Square

A sight that might make any monarch quail last week faced Denmark's tall, saturnine King Christian X. The great, eight-sided courtyard of Amalienborg Palace was jam-packed with strapping, irate Danish farmers in the grip of a grievance. The King, as he peered from his palace, noted on some brawny arms the swastika band of the Danish Nazis, on others the hammer & sickle of Communism (see p. 18). The mob had gathered from the eastern Danish islands, where little farms are thickest, to demand that Premier Theodore Stauning lower farm taxes, raise...

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