songs

Songs about Hvide:

songs3 Folk Tune Preludes: Den store hvide Flok vi se from Heddal by Dagmar Koptein from the Album Nordic Organ Impressions

songs80'ernes Hvide Måge by Gnags;Peter A.G. Nielsen from the Album Intercity

songsAlbum for Male Voices, Op. 30: No. 10. Den store, hvide flok by Birgit Nilsson from the Album Birgit Nilsson at the Churches of St. Jacob and Gustav Vasa

songsAlbum for Male Voices, Op. 30: No. 10. Den store, hvide flok (A Great White Host) (arr. Spray) by Musik Ekklesia from the Album The Vanishing Nordic Chorale

songsAlbum for Male Voices, Op. 30: No. 10. Den store, hvide flok (The Great White Host) by Per Hoyer from the Album Grieg / Gade: Sacred Choral Works

songsBaa, baa, hvide lam by Elisa Pedro from the Album Zoop! Zoop! Zoop!

songsBrevik Og Den Hvide Terror by Omar Marzouk from the Album Bange for Sjov

books

Books about Hvide:

booksSandemoserien 17 - De hvide sten (Danish Edition) by Margit Sandemo (Oct 1, 2014)

booksHvide: Webster's Timeline History, 1286 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 17, 2010)

booksHvide blomster (Vol-1): digte (Danish Edition) by Helge Rode (Apr 26, 2012)

booksHvide fugle, eventyr (Norwegian Edition) by Johan Bojer (Jan 1, 1904)

booksDen hvide væbner [The White Squire] by Sara Ejersbo Frederiksen and Kristina Pfeil Nielsen (Oct 1, 2014) - Unabridged

booksHvide Fugle: Eventyr (Norwegian Edition) by Johan Bojer (Mar 23, 2010)

booksHvide taender [White Teeth] by Zadie Smith (2000)

movies

Movies about Hvide:

moviesThe Kingdom - Series One 1994 NR - Runtime: 4 hrs 32 mins Starring: Ernst-Hugo Järegård, Kirsten Rolffes, et al. Directed by: Lars von Trier and Morten Arnfred

wiki

Wiki information Hvide:

Hvide Sande
Location

Hvide Sande is a small town on the northern tip of the Holmsland Dunes, in the western part of Central Denmark Region, formerly Ringkjøbing County, Denmark. The town has a population of 3,046 and is the fifth largest fishing port in Denmark.

Hvide

Hvide was a medieval Danish clan, and afterwards in early modern era a Danish noble surname of presumably one surviving branch of leaders of that clan. Before 16th century it was not used as surname. It signified the color white.