Carl Aage Hilbert

Carl Aage Hilbert was the Danish Prefect of the Faroe Islands from 1936 until 1945. During this period, the Faroe Islands had the status of an amt of Denmark. Following the German occupation of Denmark on 9 April 1940, Hilbert was effectively isolated from the political authorities in Copenhagen. He played a crucial role in the civil administration of the islands during the British occupation during World War II, with which he co-operated.

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