TITLE

Storm Over Sweden

AUTHOR(S)
Leistikow, Gunnar
PUB. DATE
March 1942
SOURCE
New Republic;3/30/42, Vol. 106 Issue 13, p422
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Presents information on the political turmoil in Sweden. Attempt made by the Swedish government to exorcise the tempest by suppressing Swedish newspapers which printed the stories of crippled Norwegians who had escaped from secret police Gestapo's torture chambers; Possibility that Nazi aggression against the Soviet Union would begin with an invasion of Sweden; Discussion of the strategic position of the country; Information that the Swedes are completely surrounded by German soldiers who may invade the western part of the country; Need for the fortification along the Swedish-Finnish frontier; Preference of Nazi occupation to eventual Soviet domination by some Swedes.
ACCESSION #
14699255

 

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