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<SPAN STYLE= "" >Among the Danes</SPAN>

Approx. 252 pp., 5.75 x 8.375, 1 photo

Paper
ISBN  978-1-4696-0956-0
Published: March 2013

Among the Danes

By Edgar W. Knight


This volume is an excellent description of the more important forces that have made Denmark one of the most highly civilized and enlightened nations of the world--a nation in which the problems of town and country cooperation have been solved better than anywhere else in the world. Originally published in 1927.

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