[BOOKS] ✭ A history of Sweden. From ice age to our age ✯ Herman Lindqvist – Furosemidelasix.info

A history of Sweden. From ice age to our age For Fourteen Thousand Years, People Have Hunted, Grown Food, Built, Struggled And Loved In What Is Today Called Sverige Sweden The Way This Once So Barren Area At The Edge Of Northern Europes Ice Cover Became One Of The Richest And Most Developed Countries In The World, Is In My Opinion An Exciting Story So Now I Have Tried To Write The History Of This Country Where War Has Often Been The Normal State Of Affairs, Where Peace Has Been The Exception, And Of Its People Who Have Survived All Difficulties, Who Have Never Ceased To Dream And Today Are Involved In Planning The Future Of Europe Herman Lindqvist

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10 thoughts on “A history of Sweden. From ice age to our age

  1. says:

    Historien om Sverige r ett passade namn p boken Eftersom det i m ngt och mycket r en ber ttelse om Sveriges historia snarare n en popl rvetenskaplig prestentation av vad arkelogisk och historisk forskningen har att s ga om Sveriges historia.

  2. says:

    It may have been the English translation that made the content of this book feel so disjointed It may also have been the author s habit of skipping back and forth in time in the narrative Add to that the fact that the Swedish royal lineage is seriously over populated with the names Karl and Gustav, and so keeping them all straight requires a kind of clever mnemonic device that s sadly above my pay grade Finally, it may have been that the reader needs to be above rank amateur in

  3. says:

    I knew absolutely nothing of Swedish history coming into this book As an introduction, it can been a bit disorienting in the beginning with the various names and places However, the author does an excellent job making the text readable and not strictly academic by injecting humor and sarcasm at certain parts This does not distract from the material As the book progresses, it can be difficult to keep track of each king and what they did, except for Gustav II who seems to be the celebri

  4. says:

    Good general history written in a good narrative through Swedish kings As always with this format, the speed of developments increases towards the end and for an example WW II was covered in 5 or so pages Of course Sweden s neutrality in this cataclysmic event also does not bear muchink anyway

  5. says:

    For someone who had just recently moved to Sweden this was an excellent introduction into Swedish history which is surprisinglysubstantial that I had originally expected Written in a very readable manor it s well worth a read if you are interested in Sverige.

  6. says:

    An easy and entertaining introduction to the history of Sweden.

  7. says:

    Weather it s history or novels it s bound to be a good read.

  8. says:

    Melkein viisi t hte.

  9. says:

    great read.

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