Danish Unity

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Danish Unity (Danish: Dansk Samling) is a political party in Denmark, founded in 1936 by Arne Sørensen. It contested elections in 1939, 1943, 1945, 1947, April 1953 and then once more in 1964. It remains as a political organisation.

Based on a form of Christian nationalism, it presented itself as a third way between socialism and liberalism. Its support for anti-parliamentary corporatism led to accusations of fascism, though it rejected racism and anti-Semitism.[1]

It later campaigned against Danish membership of the EU.


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