Events from the year 1949 in Denmark.
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List of years in Denmark
- Monarch – Frederick IX
- Prime minister – Hans Hedtoft
- 30 March – Prince Harald, uncle of King Frederick IX, dies in Copenhagen at age 72, following two years of illness.
- 5 March – Tonny Ahm wins gold in Women's Single at the All England Badminton Championships.
- 22–28 August – The 1949 UCI Track Cycling World Championships are held in Copenhagen.
- Knud Andersen wins gold in Men's individual pursuit.
- KB wins the 1948–49 Danish 1st Division. It is their 10th Danish football championship.
- 27 March – Poul Ruders, composer
- 22 April – Per Bak Jensen, photographer
- 14 August – Morten Olsen, football player
- 5 October – Thomas Clausen, jazz pianist
- 6 March – Robert Storm Petersen, cartoonist, painter, inventor, writer (born 1882)
- 30 March – Prince Harald, royal, army officer (born 1876)
- 27 May – Martin Knudsen, physicist and researcher after whom the Knudsen gas state, the Knudsen number, and the Knudsen layer are named (born 1871)
- 28 June – Laurits Larsen, Olympic sport shooter and bronze medalist (born 1872)
- 13 September – August Krogh, professor at the department of zoophysiology at the University of Copenhagen 1916–1945, recipient of the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 1920 (born 1874)
- 28 September – Nancy Dalberg, composer (born 1881)
- 12 November – Christian Schmiegelow, businessman (born 1859)
- ^ "Frederick IX | king of Denmark". Encyclopedia Britannica. Retrieved 16 June 2019.