NEWS OF DANES
MORE CLOTHING WANTED Information received from Denmark showed that the people had not fared so badry' as was first thought after five years of Nazi-ism, said Mr. O. N. Hadrup, president of the Danish Association in New Zealand, at a social gathering of the association in the Overseas League rooms last night. With their extraordinary talent for co-operation, said Mr. Hadrup, the Danes would get on their feet sooner than other people who had been affected by the war. Mrs. P. Christie announced that clothing sent from New Zealand last November had arrived in Denmark and had probably been distributed by now. It was proposed to send another ton of clothing next month in order to reach Denmark before the winter sets in, and an appeal was being made for contributions. During the evening a programme of musical and elocutionary items was enjoyed, followed by dancing.
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NEWS OF DANES, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945
NEWS OF DANES Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 170, 20 July 1945
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