Where Sweden Stands

February 1943
New Republic;2/15/43, Vol. 108 Issue 7, p201
Presents information about the strong position of Sweden. Report that events in Soviet Union have greatly changed the situation for the Swedes; Information about the strong army of Sweden; Claims that the modern equipment of the Swedish army cost enormous sums which the people pay willingly; Protection given by Swedish sentinels to Norwegians who have reached the border of Sweden; Opinion of Swedes regarding Norway, Finland and Soviet Union.


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