Historiedysten (History Feud) 2011

The Museum of National History hosts the yearly "Historiedysten", where all Danish schoolchildren are invited to a feud on historical knowledge.
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HISTORIEDYSTEN præsenterer: Grundloven (History Feud presents: The Danish Constitution). In 2011, the theme for the eldest schoolchildren (7th to 9th grade) was the birth of the Danish constitution. Watch how the events played out in the middle of the 19th century (speak is in Danish).

HISTORIEDYSTEN præsenterer: Grundloven (History Feud presents: The Danish Constitution). In 2011, the theme for the eldest schoolchildren (7th to 9th grade) was the birth of the Danish constitution. Watch how the events played out in the middle of the 19th century (speak is in Danish).

HISTORIEDYSTEN præsenterer: Christian 4. (History Feud presents: King Christian IV). In 2011, the theme for the youngest schoolchildren (3rd to 4th grade) was the life of the legendary Danish king Christian IV. Watch highlights from his life in the 17th century, where he among other things built Frederiksborg Castle (speak is in Danish).

HISTORIEDYSTEN præsenterer: Christian 4. (History Feud presents: King Christian IV). In 2011, the theme for the youngest schoolchildren (3rd to 4th grade) was the life of the legendary Danish king Christian IV. Watch highlights from his life in the 17th century, where he among other things built Frederiksborg Castle (speak is in Danish).

HISTORIEDYSTEN præsenterer: Statskuppet 1660 (History Feud presents: The State Coup in 1660). In 2011, the theme for the middle schoolchildren (5th to 6th grade) was the state coup in 1660. Watch how the events played out as Denmark entered the historical era of absolutism (speak is in Danish).

HISTORIEDYSTEN præsenterer: Statskuppet 1660 (History Feud presents: The State Coup in 1660). In 2011, the theme for the middle schoolchildren (5th to 6th grade) was the state coup in 1660. Watch how the events played out as Denmark entered the historical era of absolutism (speak is in Danish).

Museum director Mette Skougaard explains historical facts to three of the finalists at Frederiksborg Castle.

Museum director Mette Skougaard explains historical facts to three of the finalists at Frederiksborg Castle.

How would you dress an absolute king?

How would you dress an absolute king?

Nine school classes made it to the finale at The Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle and were welcomed in king Christian 4th's dining room.

Nine school classes made it to the finale at The Museum of National History at Frederiksborg Castle and were welcomed in king Christian 4th's dining room.

Girls from the eldest group of schoolchildren studying a history painting central to their topic; the birth of the Danish constitution.

Girls from the eldest group of schoolchildren studying a history painting central to their topic; the birth of the Danish constitution.

It's good to be the winners - in the Great Hall of Frederiksborg Castle

It's good to be the winners - in the Great Hall of Frederiksborg Castle

One of the challenges of the finale; who is the better listener?

One of the challenges of the finale; who is the better listener?

What are they whispering? From the finale in History Feud 2011.

What are they whispering? From the finale in History Feud 2011.

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