DENMARK: Summer Festival

In the pale dark of a midsummer night, So silent Danes drove up in borrowed trucks before the gates of Copenhagen's Dansk RiÜel Syndikat, leading manufacturers of automatic rifles for German use. The Danes disarmed the guards, cut the phone lines, ran through the plant buildings calling out the night shift. Then they carefully planted 15 bombs, set the fuses, started the factory sirens and sped away. The detonations did Danish hearts good. The damage was "formidable," Free Danes said, and the ensuing fire got wholly out of hand. It was the biggest...

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