Wienerbrød doesn't actually have a true English equivalent, it is a bit like æbleskiver. In fact in Denmark they actually now sell what the rest of us call Danish Pastry, because too many visitors used to complain when they got Wienerbrød rather than what they thought they were ordering. As far as I'm concerned Wienerbrød is way nicer!
Please change your translation of "vienerbrød" and just call it "vienerbrød" just as the Danes do; and do not call it Danish pastries. For those who have not had it, vienerbrød is a flat puff-pastry usually layered with marzipan or other sweet jam or paste and sugar added to the sides of the pastry. It is a specific Danish party with Austrian origins hence the name.