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Record #12757:

Det Grønlandske spørgsmaal. II. Grønlandsoverenkomsten / Otto Reedtz-Thott.

Title: Det Grønlandske spørgsmaal. II. Grønlandsoverenkomsten / Otto Reedtz-Thott.
Translated title: The Greenland question. II. The Greenland Agreement.
Author(s): Reedtz-Thott, Otto.
Date: 1924.
Language: Danish.
Abstract: Discusses 1924 agreement, and public impression that it represented striking Dannebrog. Prof Arup's article in publication on Greenland described history of Danish rule, showing how Denmark-Norway always considered rights to be held over whole island. Kiel Treaty removed Greenland and Iceland from lands passed with Norway to Sweden, and in 1821 colony was Greenland, pure and simple. Argument is pursued, ruling out any idea of terra nullius. Agreement was no surrender, but hand of friendship to brother folk.
Notes:

Offprint: Gads danske magasin. Vol. 18(Maj-Juni) :269-280.

Keywords: 341.223 -- Territorial claims: Danish.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
(*381) -- East Greenland.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-SHF: (*38) : 341.223
SPRI record no.: 12757

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