World Wars: Stalin's Danish Mystery
In the spring of 1945, the Allies liberated territory from German occupation. Whilst the British emancipated most of Denmark, Stalin’s Soviet forces occupied the small island of Bornholm. After 11 months the Soviet forces withdrew with little fanfare. Caroline Kennedy-Pipe, Professor of International Security at Loughborough University, spoke to James Rogers about her research into the Soviet occupation of Bornholm, and its mysterious end.
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