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S. Eades 215 Crete, Adrian Edwards 216 Croatia, Cathie Carmichael 217 Tonga, Martin Daly Page ix For Christian Page xi Contents Introduction xv The Country and Its People 1 Geography 6 General 6 Maps and Atlases 6 Tourism and Travel Guides 8 Flora and Fauna 16 Prehistory and Archaeology 18 History 24 General Histories 24 Miscellaneous 25 Denmark in Scandinavian History 28 Viking Age 31 Middle Ages 36 16th and 17th Centuries 38 18th Century 40 19th Century 42 The Second World War 46 20th Century 50 Biographies, Autobiographies and Memoirs 54 Population 62 Nationalities and Minorities 64 Page xii Overseas Populations 67 Language 71 Miscellaneous 71 Dictionaries 72 Courses and Grammars 75 Religion 77 Miscellaneous 77 Pre-Christian Religion 79 Søren Kierkegaard 82 Society 87 Social Services, Health and Welfare 87 Social Conditions and Problems 90 The Welfare State 94 Women and Gender Issues 101 Politics 106 Government 113 National 113 Local and Regional 116 The Legal System 119 Foreign Relations 124 Foreign and Security Policy 124 European Integration 129 Economy 135 Finance 140 Science, Technology and Industry 145 Employment 152 Labour Relations and Trade Unions 156 Statistics 162 Page xiii Environment 165 Planning 165 Environmental Rotection 168 Architecture 171 Education 175 Miscellaneous 175 Primary Education 176 Secondary and Higher Education 178 The Folk High Schools and Adult Education 180 Literature 184 Criticism and Trends 184 Translations 188 The Arts 193 Visual Arts 193 Music and Dance 199 Theatre and Film 202 Applied Arts and Design 205 Customs and folklore 208 Folklore 208 Customs 211 Cuisine 214 Sports and Recreation 217 Libraries and Museums 220 Mass Media 223 Works about the Media 223 Newspapers 226 General Periodicals 228 Professional Periodicals 230 Reference Works and Directories 235 Reference Works 235 Directories 238 Bibliographies 240 Page xiv The Faroe Islands 244 Index of Authors, Titles and Subjects 249 Map of Denmark 279 Page xv Introduction Denmark is the smallest and southernmost of the Scandinavian countries.
Designed by Bernard Crossland. , Reading, England. Printed in Great Britain by print in black, Midsomer Norton. Page v THE WORLD BIBLIOGRAPHICAL SERIES This series, which is principally designed for the English speaker, will eventually cover every country (and some of the world's principal regions and cities), each in a separate volume comprising annotated entries on works dealing with its history, geography, economy and politics; and with its people, their culture, customs, religion and social organization.