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|1||A story of Police Master Brahde|
St. John’s Other Revolt: The Desertions of 1840
Owner of original: https://stjohnhistoricalsociety.org/vol-iii-no-1-november-2001-st-johns-other-revolt-the-desertions-of-1840-by-david-w-knight-2001/
|2||Alderdommen mere episk end dramatisk|
Excerpts with memoirs of Valdemar Brahde and Jutta Landsperg from the book by their son, Alf. Brahde: "Tilløb og Afløb", Det Schønbergske Forlag, København 1946. In Danish only.
|3||Journalists too had negro slaves|
On March 31st, 2017, it is 100 years ago, Denmark sold The West Indies to USA. The anniversary feeds articles in the media. This one from Philip Samson on the magazine POV International mentions Johan Frederik Brahde, his son Tycho Frederik (called Franz) Brahde and the eleven year old negro boy in concern, William Robert Henri. In Danish only!
Link to the article on the web:
Owner of original: POV International
Date: 5 Jan 2017
|4||The Sailor-Boy's Tale (Skibsdrengens Fortælling)|
Transcription of a letter from Frits Brahde to his mother and siblings, written in Exmouth on Jan 17th, 1893. It tells of a storm on Christmas Day 1892 and the events onboard the ship Henrik Ibsen, where two men were killed. In Danish only!