Peter and Laust reach Dannevirke, where they meet their new Captain - a familiar face from the estate back home - but not exactly a happy reunion. Laust and Inge continue their secret letter writing but an incorrectly delivered letter causes serious consequences for the relationship between the otherwise inseparable brothers. Dannevirke turns out not to be nearly as impregnable as people have been boasting, and General De Meza decides, against the will of the powers that be in Copenhagen, to withdraw from Dannevirke to Dybbøl.
Did You Know?
According to the subtitles the military tune we see and hear General von Wrangel and colleague get carried away singing is the "Yorkshire March" (sic). Hardly! It's the "Yorckscher Marsch", named in honour of the very Prussian Field Marshal Ludwig Yorck von Wartenburg (1759-1846). "Yorck" was a respelling by his father of the family's originally Kashubian name of Jark -- nothing at all to do with the White Rose county.) See more
2 November 2014 (Denmark)
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