An interview with Danish World War 2 resistance member Knud Dyby

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Knud Dyby was a Danish police officer during World War 2, and was a member of the Danish underground during the Nazi German occupation of Denmark. He had access to information that was vital for the Danish resistance and also participated in rescuing almost 8000 Jews living in Denmark.

In this interview made in 1991 by the San Francisco Holocaust Center, Knud Dyby talks about his military service, his work as a police officer in Copenhagen, the German invasion of Denmark in 1940 and his work in the resistance movement, including sabotages, espionage, and the production of underground newspapers. He also talks about helping to provide transport to the harbor and arranging safe passage to nearby Sweden for many Danish Jews during the German occupation.

Oral history interview with Knud Dyby, (the video has no use restrictions)
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