1920-grænsen: national optimal, økonomisk katastrofal?

Martin Klatt
Usually, the drawing of the Danish-German border in 1920 is perceived as the best possible solution to a national conflict turned violent, with annexations and consequent border changes. It was part of the First World War settlement, it involved the people in a plebiscite, both national governments agreed in principle that the border should be drawn in accordance with the right of national self-determination. Dissenters were provided a framework of cultural autonomy within a recognized...
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