Population development

Population statistics in Denmark go back further than in most other countries. Denmark’s first actual census was carried out in 1769, but as far back ...
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The Danish Folklore Collection plays a central role when researchers put the Internet’s conspiracy theories into a formula

From the end of the 19th century until his death in 1929, the schoolteacher and folklorist, Evald Tang Kristensen, collected thousands of accounts from the ...
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Thousands of ordinaire people’s memoirs available

Københavns Stadsarkiv (Copenhagen City Archive) has since 1969 collected about 3,500 digital and searchable Copenhagen stories and made them available to the public. The memoirs ...
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Artificial Intelligence to map family trees

AI & Genealogy The National Archives is starting to develop a new multi-generation register of the Danes’ family relations since 1920.   The register will ...
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How to turn ancestors that you have never met into flesh and blood

A family trees is more than names Are you wondering how you can get to know more about your ancestors even though you never met ...
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