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this is the sound of the victorian rallying cry from the actress Bodil Jørgensen is in a kampagnevideo, who directs the mind on to the queen's new year speech. The speech goes out to the danes, because 'too many do not know to the Reunification and its importance'.
It is a part in the commemoration of the Reunification of southern Jutland, to the ministry of Culture is behind a national campaign, 'It is the 100 years ago'.
And to those who are not as strong at sønderjysk, then puts the video focus on what the Reunification protrude you - with subtitles.
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The need to ensure that more and more people know of the Reunion and what it has meant for Denmark we have today.
The 58-year-old actress has also roots in the south jutland. Her German grandmother, who was born in north schleswig, and Danish grandfather lived on a farm in southern Jutland.
the Campaign to take the danes for a walk, where they must learn the limit to know - that is where you buy 'bum and bajere' - and understand why we mark the 100-year, although it is a long time ago.
The two-and-a-half minute long feature, where Bodil Jørgensen omringes of cakes as a sønderjysk coffee table, can be seen at the top of the article and on the Ministry website.
It is not the first time Bodil Jørgensen entertains at sønderjysk. In the DR Rytteriet, she is particularly known as the 'Sønderjysk dialektservice'. Photo: Linda Johansen
in Addition, a number of danes retell the story to the ministry of Culture, and there will be movies, in which celebrities are reunited with their victorian origins.
Finally, the campaign will consist of a lot of other digital content, to create the curiosity and interest of the Reunification.
the Reunion is marked by a long series of events and activities across the country.
After 56 years under German rule were southern Jutland became a part of Denmark 9. July 1920.
It was two referendums in the aftermath of the First world War, who made sure that south Jutland was reunited with Denmark.
It came to pass at the two referendum. The first took place exactly 100 years ago 10. February, in which a block in the north of Jutland to vote.
With the impetus of the votes was the border between Denmark and German made. Photo: Ramus Baaner
Later 14. march in having the rest of the Jutland municipality for the municipality to the polls.
It resulted in the Danish majority in zone 1 and the German majority in zone 2. On the basis of the results there were a border, which still forms the border between Denmark and Germany.
Without the Reunification would towns like Haderslev, Aabenraa, Tønder and Sønderborg today would have been German.
southern Jutland, which was the original name of the duchy of Schleswig, was lost during the war in 1864, and the Danish-German border came to run at the Kongeåen, just south of Kolding.