Swedish War Heroes

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Swedish War Heroes

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Since the violent middle ages, Swedes have learned the hard way the craft of diplomacy and how to avoid confrontation. For over 200 years, they have stayed intact from major armed conflicts - a longer period of peace than even the Swiss have managed to achieve. Once Sweden and Norway signed the Convention of Moss on August 14th 1814, a brief battle between the two nations came to an end. This war would be the last fought on Swedish soil. A Finnish author Antti K. Hakala spent over a decade studying Sweden’s position in the world of wars. This publication* highlights the most significant Swedish military interventions and their bravest servicemen and women of the recent past.

*Can also be used as a notepad.

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