Danish Communist Youth League

Danish Communist Youth League

Danish Communist Youth League

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The Danish Communist Youth League (Danish: Danmarks Kommunistisk Ungdomsforbund or DKU) is a Danish political organization for young communist activists. Refounded in 1999, the DKU is the youth branch of the Arbejderpartiet Kommunisterne (Workers' Communist Party of Denmark).Jakob Sorgenfri Kjær, , ("Adult Communists: Violence Can Be Necessary") Politiken, 12 June 2007 The DKU was previously the youth affiliate for the Dansk Kommunist Parti (DKP) (Danish Communist Party) from 1945 to 1990. Headquarters are located in Amager where the DKU receives financial funding from the city of Copenhagen. Branch offices are located in Aarhus, Randers and Odense.

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The Danish Communist Youth League was founded following the establishment of communist political parties in Denmark in 1920. DKU membership rose with the popularity of the communism after World War II, and it was the youth affiliate of the Communist Party of Denmark from 1945 to 1990. The organization reached its peak membership during the 1970s and 1980s. The Danish Security Intelligence Service (PET) was mandated to maintain files on individuals associated with communist organizations, including members of the DKU., Berlingske Research, Berlingske Tidende, 24 June 2009 During the...
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