A Swedish newspaper last week told a tale:
On his morning ride through Copenhagen last week, Denmark's gaunt, brooding monarch Christian X saw something that caused him to rein in suddenly. It was the Nazi swastika waving over a public building, a rank violation of the terms which Hitler imposed on Denmark.
"Take it down," the King ordered a German officer in front of the building.
"Orders from Berlin," replied the officer.
"The flag must be removed before 12 o'clock; otherwise I will send a soldier to do it," the monarch declared.
"The soldier will be shot," warned the Nazi officer.
"I am the soldier," said...