Denmark is celebrating the 75th anniversary of the Kanslergade Agreement (actually, some sources quote the 29th as the day of the agreement) which was an agreement on economic and trade policy between the Social Democratic-Social Liberal coalition and the Liberal Party.
The votes of the Liberals were needed, as the opposition controlled the majority in the upper house of parliament. Even if the agreement far from solved the massive economic and social problems of the time, it was still seen as a victory for the cooperative style of Danish parliamentarism. The introduction of the “Social Reform” was probably the most lasting effect of the agreement in policy terms
Celebrating? Well, actually not. I haven’t been able to find any mention of the day in any of today’s Danish papers. 1933 is a long time ago.
In Germany, of cause, 30 January 1933 is remembered but with less fond feelings.