5 edition of A history of Sweden found in the catalog.
A history of Sweden
Previous ed., 1955.
|Statement||translated from the Swedish by Carolyn Hannay and Alan Blair.|
Get this from a library! History of Sweden.. [Ingvar Andersson] -- From Stone Age settlements to the middle of the 20th century shows the formative contribution of political and social conflict, economic development and popular pressure, and the arts. A well-sifted. Swedish literature, the body of writings produced in the Swedish language within Sweden’s modern-day geographic and political boundaries.. The literatures of Sweden and Finland are closely linked. From the midth century until , Finland was ruled by Sweden, and Swedish remained the dominant language of the upper classes in Finland until the end of the 19th century.
The name Sweden was derived from the Svear, or Suiones, a people mentioned as early as 98 ce by the Roman author Tacitus. The country’s ancient name was Svithiod. Stockholm has been the permanent capital since Brief Overview of the History of Sweden Sweden became known to the rest of the world through the Vikings who emerged in the 9th century to raid much of northern Europe. In the centuries to come, Sweden would become a Christian kingdom. In Sweden united with Denmark, Norway, and Finland in the Kalmar Union led by Queen Margaret of Denmark.
•Sweden has had a long history of wars with Russia, known as the Russo-Swedish Wars. In to , there was a major war that was initiated by an alliance between Russia and Denmark to overthrow and gain power of the Swedish throne. At all events, a history of Sweden in English, covering the ground in one volume on a generous scale, and representative of informed contemporary opinion in Sweden, has long been an urgent need. And it has been obvious for more than a decade that what we really wanted was a good translation of Dr Andersson's book.
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The book concentrates both on the grand names as well as on the broad trends in Swedish history. For an expat living in Sweden this book is a reliable and agreeable enough companion, after which one can form an informed opinion on practically anything relating to Swedish history your local friends and colleagues care to come up by: 4.
Neil Kent's book sweeps through Sweden's history from the Stone Age to the present day. The book successfully combines the politics, economics and social and cultural mores of one of the world's most successfully functioning and humane societies.
This is an informative and entertaining A history of Sweden book for students and general by: A history of Sweden. From ice age to our age book. Read 10 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For fourteen thousand years, people ha /5.
The History of Sweden. For many Americans, Sweden used to conjure images of Viking raiders and settlers. By contrast, contemporary Sweden is one of the world's most advanced nations in terms of politics, social welfare, gender equality, standard of living, technology, the arts, and participation in regional and global developments/5.
Neil Kent's book sweeps through Sweden's history from the Stone Age to the present day. Early coverage includes Viking hegemony, the Scandinavian Union, the Reformation and Sweden's political zenith as Europe's greatest superpower in the seventeenth century, while later chapters explore the Swedish Enlightenment, royal absolutism, the commitment to military neutrality Cited by: 8.
Scandinavian history is always a little difficult to read in that the names of the players are hard to follow some times and they did not have a written history in the beginning of their story.
This book is as good as I have seen so far and does a good job of telling as much as is known so by: Books shelved as swedish-history: Svälten: Hungeråren som formade Sverige by Magnus Västerbro, Svensk historia by Olle Larsson, Andreas Marklund, De vild.
History of Sweden. A Concise History of Sweden by Neil Kent. This book sweeps through Sweden's history from the Stone Age to the present day.
Topics include the Vikings, the Scandinavian Union, the Reformation, royal absolutism, the rise of Social Democracy, and the European Union. The History of Sweden by Byron J.
Nordstrom. Includes a. From 8, BC to 6, BC, Sweden as a whole became populated by people who lived by hunting, gathering and fishing, and who used simple stone tools.
Dwelling places and graves dating from the Stone Age, lasting until about. Finland History: Origins of the Finns, The Era of Swedish Rule,Independence and the Interwar Era,Society, Economy. A History of Sweden book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.
A History of Sweden book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I did gain considerable knowledge about the history of /5. History of Sweden., Sweden travel guide, Sweden facts, Swedenborg, Sweden gun laws, Government, Politics, Economy Culture, travel and tourism in Sweden.
Information of the book guides you through. The introduction. Sweden is located on the Scandinavian Peninsula in northern Europe. The name Sweden was derived from the Svear, or Suiones, a. Neil Kent's book sweeps through Sweden's history from the Stone Age to the present day.
Early coverage includes Viking hegemony, the Scandinavian Union, the Reformation and Sweden's political zenith as Europe's greatest superpower in the seventeenth century, while later chapters explore the Swedish Enlightenment, royal absolutism, the commitment to military neutrality /5(22).
Books on Swedish history Hey all, I've recently gotten very interested in Swedish history - specifically Sweden's time as a great power, the Northern Wars, Thirty Years War, etc.
I've trawled through several Wikipedia articles during quiet shifts at work (not many people come into the library at night), but I like to have books. Nordstrom traces the history of Sweden, detailing its prehistory and Viking past.
This book shows how a country governed for years by a European monarchial system slowly—and at times grudgingly—changed into the egalitarian, democratic system of : $ A Short History of Sweden - First Edition Svanstrom, Ragnar Palmstierna, Carl Fredrik Bulman, Joan Published by Clarendon Press, US ().
Get the best deals on Sweden Books in Swedish when you shop the largest online selection at Free shipping on many items A History of the Swedish-Americans of Minnesota; Volume 3 by A E Strand: New.
$ Sweden Nonfiction Books in English. India Illustrated Books. Comprehensive and concise, this account details the agrarian history of Sweden--as it is defined by its present national borders--from the Neolithic times to present day.
Key historical concepts and events are discussed, including the introduction of planned agriculture alongside the domestication of animals; the feudal relationships and interactions between men and women.
Read this book on Questia. Configuration. --The kingdom of Sweden comprises the eastern and southern part of the Scandinavian peninsula, together with Gottland, Öland, and the great number of smaller islands along its coast-line, and with itssquare miles of territory constitutes one of the largest political divisions of Europe.
In every chapter, Moberg faithfully imparts how history affected “the whole people” of Sweden. $ paper ISBN pages, 1 map, 5 1/2 x 8 1/4. Sweden - History: Books. 1 - 20 of 68 results.
Grid View Grid. List View List. Add to Wishlist. Quickview. The Ice Balloon: S. A. Andree by Alec Wilkinson. Paperback $ See All Formats. Add to Wishlist. Read an excerpt of this book!.Since then, Sweden has pursued a successful economic formula consisting of a capitalist system intermixed with substantial welfare elements.
Sweden joined the EU inbut the public rejected the introduction of the euro in a referendum. The share of Sweden’s population born abroad increased from % in to % in This book offers a brief but comprehensive overview of the history of sociology in Sweden from the prewar period to the present day.
It focuses in particular on scientific boundaries, gender and the relationship between sociology and the Swedish welfare state.