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Record #15255:

La controverse Dano-Norvégienne au sujet du Groenland / Axel Moeller.

Title: La controverse Dano-Norvégienne au sujet du Groenland / Axel Moeller.
Translated title: The Dano-Norwegian controversy on the subject of Greenland.
Author(s): Moeller, Axel.
Date: 1932.
Publisher: Paris: Revue politique et parlementaire
Language: French.
Abstract: Corrects from Danish point of view, Prof Marstrander's attempted correction of original article by G. Payre. 1. Greenland was not colonised by Norway. Erik was Icelander; Egede had Danish father, was sent by common king, and died in Denmark. 2. Kiel Treaty. Dano-Norwegian monarchy had always claimed whole of Greenland. 3. Danish possession of Greenland is totally effective. 4. Norwegian economic interests are insignificant. 5. They are assured by Convention with Denmark. 6. Denmark has never tried to evict Norwegian hunters. Norway caused aggravation of conflict in 1931. 7. Norwegian declarations are not part of peaceful negotiation. 8. Economic possibilities of East Greenland are seen as important by all Greenlanders. 9. Danish monopoly in Greenland is in interest of population itself.
Keywords: 341.223 -- Territorial claims: Danish.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*38) -- Greenland.
Location(s): SCO: SPRI-PAM: (*38) : 341.223[Danish]
SPRI record no.: 15255

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