DENMARK: Little Belt Spanned

Smiling hugely, gigantic, handsome King Christian boarded his yacht, set sail through the channels and islands of his kingdom for the port of Fredericia in Jutland last week. Bitterly cold for May, it was snowing hard, but that could not chill His Majesty's verve. He was about to inaugurate Denmark's most important post-War project, the longest bridge in continental Europe, which will revolutionize the country's transport system. Traveling more comfortably, Madam Minister Ruth Bryan Owen, the rest of Copenhagen's diplomatic corps and some 700 other officials came down for the ceremony...

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