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  • 1.  
  • 2.  
  • 3. SWEDEN With Åsa Larsson
  • 4. Map over Sweden
  • 5. Swedens leadership
    • Sweden is a monarki
    • The royal family have no power to rule but serve as the countrys representives
  • 6. The swedish government
    • A political party is elected by the people every forth year.
    • The primeminister is the spokesman/woman for that political party.
    • The have majority to rule or form a govenment together with other parties.
    • At the moment : a coalishen of four political parties
    • 7 larger parties
  • 7. Latest election in Sweden 2006
    • The socialdemocrat party (SD)
    • The left party (LP)
    • The environmentalist party (EP)
    • The moderates (M)
    • The liberal folk party (LFP)
    • The center party (CP)
    • The christian democrates (CD)
  • 8. The four fundamental laws
  • 9. When was the last time Sweden was in war?
  • 10. 1814:against Norway
  • 11. Before that, the Napolian War : ended by Sweden taking a Frenchman for king - Jean Baptiste Bernadotte.
  • 12. W orld W ar II?
  • 13. Swedens neutrality
    • Why were Sweden able to maintain is neutrality?
    • Geography
    • History
    • Military
    • Consessions
  • 14.  
  • 15.
    • Keeping Sweden out of the war at any cost, ex.:
    • Allowing 2.1 million German soldats (1940-1943) on the swedish railroad.
    • By leaking information to the allias
  • 16. The Winterwar
    • Finland is invaded by Sovietunion
    • Sweden fears that they are next
    • Swedish people want to help
    • Government says no
  • 17. Invasion of Norway and Denmark
    • Purpose to secure the ironore assets in Sweden from being closed up by the allias.
  • 18. Effects
    • Rashoning
    • Military service between 20-47
    • About 120 000 persons from the neighbouring countries came to sweden
  • 19.
    • F inland: 8260
    • Norway: 300
    • Allias: swedish tradefleet – 8000
    • Germany: swedish tradefleet: 500
    • Voloneers in ally army 1000
    • Volonteers in german army: 200
    • 200 000 swedishamaricans (among an unknown number were still swedish citizens.
  • 20. Jewish people helped by Sweden
    • 500 Norwegians
    • 8000 danes (almost all of Denmarks jews)
    • 15000 by the white busses from consentration camps
    • – Count Folke Bernadotte
  • 21. Jewish people helped by Sweden
    • 500 Norwegians
    • 8000 danes (almost all of Denmarks jews)
    • 15000 by the white busses from consentration camps
  • 22. Oldest existing map of Sweden

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