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Copenhagen (København in Danish) is the capital and largest city of Denmark. It is at the very eastern tip of the kingdom on the island of Sjælland (Zealand or Sealand in English), and is just a short sail from Sweden. First documented in the 11th century, Copenhagen became the capital of Denmark in the beginning of the 15th century. During the early 17th century under King Christian IV, it became an important regional center.

Copenhagen in In the Presence of Mine Enemies Edit

Copenhagen saw the arrest of two men carrying anti-German signs in the wake of Führer Heinz Buckliger's reforms in 2010. That the men were not executed spoke volumes about the extent of the reforms.

Copenhagen in The War That Came Early Edit

Copenhagen in neutral Denmark was an attractive destination for foreign civilians stranded in Germany after World War II broke out in 1938, such as Philadelphia native Peggy Druce. There was no war rationing, public illumination worked at night, newspapers published both sides' news from the front and the only way to see soldiers for sure was during the change of the Danish Royal Guard at Amalienborg Palace. Communications with Britain and America remained even after the luxury liner SS Athenia was sunk by an unidentified submarine on her route to Copenhagen in January 1939.

Germany had little trouble occupying Copenhagen when an invasion finally took place in Summer 1939. They held Denmark until until the Committee for the Salvation of the German Nation overthrew the Nazis in 1944.

Copenhagen in Worldwar Edit

The Race's Conquest Fleet destroyed Copenhagen with an explosive-metal bomb in 1944 in retaliation for Germany's atomic attack on Alexandria.

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