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Denmark was a nation in Europe.


The currency of Denmark was the Danish kroner. The Twelfth Doctor had 50 of them in a TARDIS drawer, which Nardole found. (TV: The Lie of the Land)


Prior to 1066, Cnut was the king of Denmark. After the Battle of Hastings in that year, Cnut's nephew Harold Godwinson, under the alias Hereward the Wake, considered forging an alliance with Denmark to attack London. (PROSE: The Real Hereward)

In World War II, Denmark was conquered by Nazi Germany during the Blitzkrieg of 1940. (AUDIO: Human Conflict)

The Fourth Doctor's Five Hundred Year Diary had details on a bank holiday he once spent in Denmark. (PROSE: The Not-So-Sinister Sponge)

The Tenth Doctor told Martha Jones he had once seen Mika at a live concert in Denmark. (PROSE: The Pirate Loop)

At 8:40AM GMT on a Wednesday in September 2009, Denmark was among the numerous places across Earth in which RTAs occurred as a result of the 456 compelling every human child to suddenly stop and proclaim their message: "we are coming." (TV: Children of Earth: Day One)

At one point, Daleks melting the ice in Antarctica led to Denmark becoming submerged by the ocean. (COMIC: Flood!!!)

Other references[]

Francis Bacon influenced playwright William Shakespeare to write "the history of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark". (TV: The Chase)

Going by his kilt, Zoe Heriot initially mistook Scotsman Jamie McCrimmon as being of Scandinavian origin, possibly Danish. (TV: The Wheel in Space)

Captain Jack Harkness claimed that the Gargantuan had pages the size of Denmark. (WC: Monster File: Vespiform)