Kongehusekspert about Joachim documentary: long, drawn-out and artificial

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Kongehusekspert about Joachim documentary: long, drawn-out and artificial

not so personal. Boring story. And wondering opt-out.

this is the sound of the historians and kongehuseksperternes judgment after the fourth paragraph of prince Joachim documentary " Prince Joachim says’, which was sent Wednesday evening.

In the section about ’borders’, see prince Joachim of denmark to travel around in denmark and abroad, and talk about where the borders were before compared to now.

Among other things, he is in southern Jutland in denmark, in Norway and flying around at the Sound.

But where he particularly in the third section of the documentary, which was about the school's history, also opened a part up about his private life, and how hard it was to get to know at a young age that he was going to take over Schackenborg and one day be a farmer, then it's a different aloof prince Joachim of denmark, one gets to see in the fourth section.

And it disappoints a little, think author Søren Jakobsen, who has occupied himself much with the royal family:

"It seems a little elongated. It had to be shortened to the half. And more personally. We have understood that Joachim can lead his family history 1000 years back," he says, and adds:

"I think it here it is so far the worst paragraph"

Historian from the University of Southern denmark, specializing in the royal family Michael Bregnsbo, believe that the section is somewhat 'simplistic and shallow':

"But of course, there are limits to how thoroughly you can treat a so extensive and complicated historical topic in such a long time span of the historical perspective on the barely half-hour, as the section goods," he says, and adds, that it Betvakti amazes him that they had not included the conquest of the island of Rügen in 1169 or Kalmarunionen.

Historian and kongehusekspert Sebastian Olden-Jørgensen praises the documentary for the great pictures and footage at the appropriate places.

And so he seems, that it is funny that prince Joachim are going to Norway to discuss with the norwegians as to whether the author Ludvig Holberg was a Danish or Norwegian.

the Author was born in Bergen but lived much of his life in Denmark, where he also died.

Therefore many norwegians, that he was Norwegian, while we in Denmark have taken him under our wings.

However, the Olden-Jørgensen is not the historic part of this section particularly interesting:

"the Story itself is just not very exciting, for it can boil down to: Once we were great, and then it went down hill all the way around," he says, and adds:

"A few of Joachim spiffy notes along the way can also best be interpreted as an attempt to spice up the dry substance up."

just Like Michael Bregnsbo miss he also some historical elements in the section – including the participation of Denmark in the european UNION:

"the EU-and thus Denmark in the EU would be a natural end point. Now we stop instead at the reunification in 1920. It is a little old-fashioned, but caused enough fear to get into issues that are too complex or contentious for the format," reads the assessment from the Olden-Jørgensen.

B. T. has several times asked the Royal family for a comment from prince Joachim of denmark for the documentary. Despite several inquiries, our inquiry has not been acted upon.

Date Of Update: 23 November 2019, 10:01

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