- Author:Stig Ekman,Klas Amark,John Toler,David Kendall
- Publisher:Almqvist & Wiksell Intl (December 1, 2003)
- Pages:372 pages
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Series: Stockholm Studies in History, 66 (Book 66). Paperback: 372 pages.
ISBN-13: 978-9122020134. Series: Stockholm Studies in History, 66 (Book 66). Publisher: Almqvist & Wiksell Intl (December 1, 2003).
The relation between Germany and Sweden has a long historical background. The relationship is characterized by exchanges between the neighboring countries of the Baltic Sea in the 14th century. Both countries are members of the European Union, United Nations, Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE), Council of the Baltic Sea States and the Council of Europe.
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Stockholm University SU · Department of History. Project (1). Sweden's relations to Nazism, Nazi Germany and the Hiolocaust. Swedish anti-Nazism and resistance against Nazi Germany during the Second World War. Article. During the Second World War, neutrality was the obvious choice for the Swedish coalition government. Following this trend the author of this article advocates a broader view putting the Swedish case into an international perspective.