I would like to introduce Henry Hølm and his lovely wife Maria. In their blogs, you not only learn how they feel about History, but how they show every day their gratitude from Denmark to the Allied countries!
Come visit these two wonderful people and their well-researched web sites!
Every year, thousands of people gather on July 4th for a celebrating at Rebild Bakker in Denmark to celebrate United States National Day.
Rebild National Park Societywrites on their homepage:
We have been told that the 4th of July celebration in Denmark is the largest outside the USA. We are proud of that. It’s a wonderful tradition that has continued over the past 100 years. It is a testament to the unbreakable friendship that exists between our two nations who share a common appreciation for freedom and democracy. We stand together!
The Lincon Log Cabin in Rebild. The first blockhouse was built in 1934. It burned down in 1993, but the following year a new blockhouse was built to replace the old one in Washington State. It was built of timber from 70-250 years old cedar. The house was disassembled and transported to Rebild, where it was rebuilt.
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