Arne Leth Møller is one a number of people participating when Danes in New Zealand donate an ambulance for the Royal New Zealand Air Force.
Inge Marie Kjær Nielsen was one of thirty-two Danish women to service in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force during the Second World War.
Compared to the number of Danes who volunteered for Waffen-SS, a rather small number of Danish military and navy pilots joined the Luftwaffe. In all seven Danish officers volunteered, were accepted, and trained in the Luftwaffe. Of these six were trained
Shortly after D-Day, the first V1 flying bombs hit London. Three Danish fighter pilots were involved in the fighter defence against the flying bombs in the summer of 1944.