Historical Atlas
Biographies : Denmark
First posted on June 13th 2002, last revised on November 16th 2004






External Links : Biographies related to Swedish History

For links on general biographical sources, go to Biographies Main Page

World Statesmen : Sweden, by Ben Cahoon; not biographies, but lists of kings, prime ministers etc, since the 18th century
Swedish Kings and Queens from Vasa to Bernadotte, list of royals since 1523 with clickable biographies
Kings of Sweden, by Robert Warholm
Sveriges Regenter under 1000 Aar (Swedish statesmen in a thousand years), Swedish language site containing c. 1500 biographies; genealogical site dealing exclusively with nobility, Swedish and foreign related to Sweden
SSgT : Sveriges Statsministrar genom Tiderna (Sweden's Prime Ministers in History), in Swedish; SPM, brief English version; by Dick Erixon
SBH, Svenskt Biografiskt Handlexikon, 1906 edition, scans in Swedish, posted by Project Runeberg
Peters Biografisida, in Swedish, poor
Wer war wer im Dreissigjährigen Krieg ? (Who was who in the 30 Years War ?), German language, illustrated, extensive biographies
ÖH : Ökumenisches Heiligenlexikon (Ecumenical Lexicon of Saints), Sweden index; in German; 26 entries
Art-istocracy of the Past, collection of scans of paintings featuring royalty; scroll down for Sweden (6 entries); Photos of the Sw. Royal Family, from the same site
Some Swedish Queens, from Univ. Luleå, 56 entries,
Persons from Sweden, from Who named it ?, 32 entries
Printed Reference : Biographies related to Swedish History

Irene Scobbie, Historical Dictionary of Sweden, Methuen : Scarecrow 1995; KMLA Lib. Sign. R 948.5 S421h


Medieval Kingdom, until 1397 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1250-1397

Absalon, Archbishop of Lund : see under Denmark
St. Birgitta, c.1303-1373, saint
... from CathE, 1907 edition (45 lines); from EB 1911 (23 lines); from OeH, illustrated, in German, 51 lines; from BBKL, in German, 19 lines, reference
St. Catherine, 1331-1381
... from CathE, 1908 edition (41 lines); from OeH, in German, 15 lines; from BBKL, in German, 7 lines, reference
Erik IX. Jedvardsson, -1160, King, Saint
... from OeH, in German, 9 lines
Henrik of Uppsala, c.1100-1156, bishop and saint
... from OeH, in German, 9 lines
Hermanni, Nikolaus, 1330-1391, clergyman
... from OeH, in German, 1 line

Kalmar Union, 1397-1523 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1397-1448, 1448-1523

Erik XIII. of Pomerania (Erik af Pommern) 1385-1459 King 1397-1437 (1449)
from Sveriges Regenter under 1000 Aar, in Swedish, 16 lines

Early Vasa Period, 1523-1611 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1523-1560, 1560-1611

Arcimboldi, Giovannangelo, 1485-1555, seller of letters of indulgence
... from BBKL, in German, 11 lines, references
Brask, Hans, 1464-1538, bishop
... from Project Runeberg, in Swedish, 9 lines, links; from SBH, in Swedish, 12 lines
Charles IX., 1550-1611, King 1604-1611
... from EB 1911, (66 lines)
Erik XIV., 1533-1577, King 1560-1568
... from Mad Monarchs, illustrated, 76 lines
Gustavus I. Vasa (Eriksson), 1496-1560, King 1523-1560
... from EB 1911, (114 lines); from Cethegus (in German, 14 lines); from BBKL, in German, 19 lines, reference
... Image of Gustavus I., from Atrium heroicum Caesarum, posted by MATEO
Hofmann, Melchior, c.1500-1543, anabaptist preacher
... from BBKL, in German, 67 lines, reference
Johan III., 1537-1592, King 1568-1592
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 101 lines
Katarina Jagiellonica, Queen, wife of Johan III.
... from A bit of Swedish History / Univ. Lulea, 11 lines
Laurentius, Andreae (Lars Andersson), c.1470-1552, clergyman
... from BBKL, in German, 18 lines, reference
Petri, Laurentius, (Lars Petersson) 1499-1573, church reformer and archbishop
... from Hillsdale, 5 lines; from Project Runeberg, in Swedish, merely links; from OeH, in German, 17 lines; from BBKL, in German, 58 lines, reference
Petri, Olaus, 1493-1552, church reformer
... from Hillsdale, 7 lines; from Project Runeberg, in Swedish, 22 lines, links; from OeH, in German, 23 lines; from BBKL, in German, 91 lines, reference
Possevino, Antonio, 1533-1611, church diplomat
... from BBKL, in German, 61 lines, reference
Sigismund III. Wasa, 1566-1632, King 1592-1600
... from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, illustrated, in German, 266 lines
... Image of Sigismund III., from Atrium heroicum Caesarum, posted by MATEO
Skytte, Marten, c.1480-1550, clergyman
... from BBKL, in German, 18 lines, reference
Sparre, Erik Larsson, 1550- ; noble politician
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 105 lines

Sweden a Great Power, 1611-1718 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1611-1654, 1654-1680, 1680-1718

Baner, Johan, 1596-1641, general
... from EB 1911 (31 lines); from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg (in German, illustrated, 224 lines)
de Besche, Gerhard, 1585-1656, architect
... from SBH, in Swedish, 17 lines
de Besche, Gillis Gilliusson, 1579-1648, architect
... from SBH, in Swedish, 9 lines
de Besche, Hubert, 1582-1664, architect
... from SBH, in Swedish, 10 lines
Charles X. Gustav (Karl X. Gustav), 1622-1660, King 1654-1660, (= Karl Gustav von Pfalz-Zweibruecken)
... from EB 1911, (160 lines); from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, illustrated, in German, 48 lines; from BBKL, in German, 19 lines, reference
Charles XI. (Karl XI.), 1655-1697, King (1660) 1672-1697
... from EB 1911, (51 lines); from BBKL, in German, 14 lines, reference
Charles XII. (Karl XII.), 1682-1718, King 1697-1718
... from EB 1911 (201 lines); from BBKL, in German, 24 lines, reference
Christina, 1626-1689, Queen (1632) 1644-1654
... from Women's History Resource Site (63 lines, references); from Great Voyages. The History of Western Philosophy (77 lines, in form of a timeline); from EB 1911 (72 lines); from BBKL (in German, 23 lines of text, references)
Comenius, Johann Amos, 1592-1670, pedagogue
... from OeH, illustrated, in German, 32 lines
de la Gardie, Magnus Gabriel, 1622-1686, chancellor
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, Pt.3, illustrated, in Swedish, 132 lines
de Geer, Louis, 1587-1652 , entrepreneur and colonial politician
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, 99 lines
von Görtz, Georg Heinrich, Baron von Schlitz, 1668-1719
... from EB 1911, (52 lines)
Grotius, Hugo, 1583-1645, jurist and diplomat
... from BBKL, in German, 15 lines, reference
Gustavus II. Adolphus, 1594-1632, King 1611-1632
... from infoplease (60 lines, reference); from Sacklunch (25 lines); from EB 1911 (182 lines); from Cethegus (in German, 21 lines); from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, (illustrated, in German, 892 lines); from BBKL, in German, 126 lines, reference
Horn, Gustav, 1592-1657, general
... from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, illustrated, in German, 119 lines
Oxenstierna, Axel Gustafsson, 1583-1654, chancellor
... from infoplease (28 lines); from biography.com; from sacklunch.net (7 lines); from EB 1911 (article Oxenstjerna family; 86 lines on Axel G. Oxenstjerna)
from Cethegus (in German, 14 lines); From Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, illustrated, in German, 319 lines
Oxenstierna, Johan, 1611-1657
... from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, illustrated, in German, 31 lines
Pufendorf, Samuel von, 1632-1694, jurist
... from BBKL, in German, 18 lines, bibliography
Rudbeckius, Johannes Johannis, 1581-1646, Gustavus Adolphus' court preacher
... from BBKL, in German, 26 lines, reference
Schacht, Heinrich, 1585-1654, undercover Catholic missionary
... from BBKL, in German, 14 lines, reference
Torstensson, Lennart, 1603-1651, general
... from EB 1911 (35 lines); from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, illustrated, in German, 233 lines
Vossius, Isaak, 1616-1689, librarian
... from BBKL, in German, 29 lines, reference
Wrangel, Carl Gustav, 1603-1676
... from Wer war wer im Dreissigjaehrigen Krieg ?, illustrated, in German, 174 lines

18th Century, 1718-1792 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1718-1772, 1772-1792

Adolf Frederick, (Adolf Fredrik) 1710-1771, King 1751-1771
... from SBH, in Swedish, 31 lines
Bellman, Carl Michael, 1740-1795, poet
... from Books and Writers (73 lines, reference); from EB 1911 (36 lines); from Cethegus (in German, 7 lines)
Berch, Anders, 1711-1774, economist
... from SBH, in Swedish, 11 lines
Celsius, Anders, 1701-1744
... from EB 1911 (12 lines); from Cethegus (in German, 8 lines)
Frederick I., (Fredrik) 1676-1751, King 1720-1751
... from SBH Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 67 lines
Gustavus III., 1746-1792, King 1771-1792
... from infoplease, 26 lines; from EB 1911, (131 lines, text incomplete; remainder here); from Cethegus (in German, 15 lines); from The Swedes, by William B. Neal, Delaware Society; on Gustav III.'s attitude toward the American War of independence
Horn, Arvid Bernhard, 1664-1742, politician
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 187 lines
von Linne, Carl (Linnaeus), 1707-1778, zoologist
... from UCMP Evolution Pages, illustrated, 110 lines; from Swedish Museum of Natural History, illustrated, 424 lines; from EB 1911, 135 lines
Scheele, Karl Wilhelm, 1742-1786, pharmacist and chemist
... from infoplease (11 lines); from EB 1911 (77 lines)
Sergel, Johan Tobias, 1740-1814, sculptor
... from infoplease, 7 lines
von Stedingk, Kurt Bogislaus Ludvig Kristoffer , (Curt von Stedingk) 1746-1837, military officer, served in American War of Independence
... from The Swedes, by William B. Neal, Delaware Society; from SBH Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 114 lines
Swedenborg, Emanuel von, 1688-1772
... from Books and Writers (116 lines, reference); from EB 1911; (157 lines, text incomplete); from Cethegus (in German, 9 lines)
Ulrika Eleonora, 1688-1741, Queen 1718-1720 (1741)
... from Some Swedish Queens at Univ. Lulea, 6 lines; from Sveriges Regenter under 1000 Aar, in Swedish, 10 lines
Wargentin, Peter Vilhelm, 1717-1783, established Swedish Statistical Bureau
... from SBH, illustrated, in Swedish, 63 lines
Wrangel, Carl Magnus, 1727-1786, priest
... from BBKL, in German, 99 lines, reference

Era of the French Revolution, 1792-1818 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1792-1809, 1809-1840

Adlercreutz, Carl Johan, 1757-1815, General
... from Napoleon Series, illustrated, 148 lines, references; from SBH, in Swedish, 19 lines
Adlersparre, Georg, 1760-1835, captain
... from SBH, in Swedish, 28 lines
Anckarström, Jacob Johan, 1762-1792, assassin
... from SBH, in Swedish, 25 lines
Charles XIII., 1748-1818, King 1809-1818
... from EB 1911, 22 lines
Charles XIV., 1763-1844, King 1818-1844 (= Jean Baptiste Bernadotte)
... from EB 1911, 78 lines
von Fersen, Frederik Axel, 1755-1810
... from V. le Onica's Homepage; from The French Revolution at Woodberry High School; biography focuses entirely on Flight to Varennes; from EB 1911, (58 lines); the Britannica 1911 has a second article on Hans Axel von Fersen (99 lines, text incomplete, remainder here) who is the same person; Oklarheter kring Axel von Fersen's doed (ambiguities concerning the death of Axel von Fersen), by Per-Erik Karlsson, in Swedish
Gustavus IV., 1778-1837, King 1792-1809
... from EB 1911 (49 lines)
Järta, Hans (Hierta, Hans), 1774-1847, political reformer
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 152 lines
Mörner, Carl Otto, 1781-1868, "kingmaker"
... from SBH, illustrated, in Swedish, 45 lines
Reuterholm, Gustav Adolf, 1756-1813, politician
... from SBH, scan in Swedish, 79 lines
Thunberg, Carl Peter, 1743-1828, botanist,
... from evolmuseum, illustrated, 30 lines

Early 19th Century, 1818-1864 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1809-1840, 1840-1864

Berzelius, Joens Jacob, 1779-1848, chemist,
... from Eric Weisstein's World of Biography, illustrated, 20 lines; from infoplease, 10 lines
Bremer, Fredrika, 1801-1865, novelist and feminist
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 121 lines
Charles XIV. (Karl XIV.), 1763-1844, King 1818-1844 (= Jean Baptiste Bernadotte)
... from EB 1911 (78 lines)
Charles XV. (Karl XV.), 1826-1872, King 1859-1872
... from EB 1911, (22 lines)
de Geer, Louis, 1818-1896, prime minister 1858-1870, 1875-1880
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 97 lines; from SPM, 8 lines
Geijer, Erik Gustav, 1783-1847, historian
... from EB 1911 (54 lines); from Project Runeberg, in Swedish, illustrated, 47 lines
Laestadius, Lars Levi, 1800-1861, priest
... from OeH, illustrated, in German, 15 lines
Lind, Jenny, 1820-1887, singer
... from Page Wise (17 lines); from infoplease (9 lines)
Nobel, Immanuel, 1801-1872, inventor and entrepreneur
... from SBH, Pt.1, Pt.2, illustrated, in Swedish, 73 lines
Oscar I., 1799-1859, King of Sweden and Norway, 1844-1859
... from EB 1911 (36 lines)
Rosenius, Carl Olof, 1816-1868, religious revival preacher
... from BBKL,in German, 16 lines, reference
Tegner, Esaias, 1782-1846, bishop and novelist
... from SBH, in Swedish, 62 lines

Late 19th Century, 1864-1914 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1864-1890, 1890-1914

Åkerhielm, Gustav, 1833-1900, prime minister 1889-1891
... from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 11 lines; SPM, 6 lines
Adlercreutz, Axel, 1821-1880, prime minister 1870-1874
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 27 lines; SPM 5 lines
Arnoldsson, Klas Pontus, 1844-, politician, Nobel Peace Prize winner 1908
from SBH, in Swedish, 17 lines
Arrhenius, Svante August, 1859-1927, chemist
... from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 119 lines; from Eric Weisstein's World of Biography, illustrated, 12 lines; from SBH, in Swedish, 14 lines
Bildt, Gillis, 1820-1894, prime minister, 1888-1889
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 19 lines; SPM 6 lines
Boström, Erik Gustav, 1842-1907, prime minister 1891-1900, 1902-1905
... from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 31 lines; SPM 6 lines
Carleson, Edvard, 1820-1884, prime minister 1874-1875
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 12 lines; SPM 6 lines
Charles XV., (Karl XV.) 1826-1872, King 1859-1872
... from EB 1911, (22 lines)
Dalen, Nils Gustav, 1869-1937, physicist
... from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 74 lines
Ericsson, Lars Magnus, 1846-1926, inventor and entrepreneur
from Project Runeberg, 4 lines; from SBH, illustrated, in Swedish, 59 lines
Fröding, Gustaf, 1860-1911
... from Books and Writers (79 lines, reference)
de Geer, Louis, 1818-1896, prime minister 1858-1870, 1875-1880
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 97 lines; SPM 8 lines
Gullstrand, Allvar, 1862-1930, physicist, won the 1911 Nobel Prize for physiology
... from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 97 lines
Gustavus V., 1858-1950, King 1907-1950
... from infoplease, 5 lines
von Heidenstam, Carl Gustav Verner, 1859-1940, novelist
... from Books and Writers (111 lines, references)
Karlfeldt, Erik Axel, 1864-1931, writer; winner 1931 Nobel Literature Prize
... from Books and Writers (61 lines, reference)
Lagerkvist, Paer, 1891-1974, writer
... from Books and Writers (108 lines, reference)
Lagerlöf, Selma Ottilia Louisa, 1858-1941, writer
... from Nobel e-Museum (38 lines), from Books and Writers (95 lines, reference); from BBKL, in German, 40 lines, reference
Lindman, Arvid, 1852-1936, prime minister 1906-1911, 1928-1930
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 28 lines; SPM 8-lines
Lundeberg, Christian, 1852-1911, prime minister 1905
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 19 lines; SPM 8 lines
Nobel, Alfred, 1833-1896, inventor and entrepreneur, philanthrope
... from Nobel Foundation, illustrated, 79 lines; from Lucid Cafe, illustrated, 21 lines; from Norwegian Nobel Institute, 49 lines; from Top Biography, illustrated, 126 lines; from Cethegus (in German, 10 lines)
af Nordenskiöld, Adolf Erik, 1832-1901, explorer
... from Books and Writers, (90 lines, reference); from Cethegus (in German, 11 lines)
Oscar II., 1829-1907, King of Sweden and Norway, 1872-1907
... from EB 1911 (46 lines)
von Otter, Fredrik, 1833-1910, prime minister 1900-1902
... from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 18 lines; SPM 6 lines
Palm, August, 1849-1922, tailor, founder of SAP
... from Project Runeberg, in Swedish, 2 lines; from SBH, illustrated, in Swedish, 55 lines
Posse, Arvid, 1820-1901, prime minister 1880-1883
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 18 lines; SPM 6 lines
Ramstedt, Johan, 1852-1935, prime minister 1905
... from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 16 lines; SPM 5 lines
Rydberg, Johannes Robert, 1854-1919, mathematician
... from Mac Tutor, illustrated, 20 lines
Staaff, Karl, 1860-1915, prime minister 1905-1906, 1911-1914
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 25 lines; SPM 7 lines
Strindberg, August, 1849-1912, novelist
... from EB 1911 (69 lines); from Strindberg Museum, timeline; from Cethegus (in German, 12 lines)
Sundberg, Anton Niklas, 1818-1900, archbishop
... from BBKL, in German, 29 lines, reference
Themptander, Robert, 1844-1897, prime minister 1884-1888
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 19 lines; SPM 6 lines
Thyselius, Carl Johan, 1811-1891, prime minister 1883-1884
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 9 lines; SPM, 5 lines

World War I to Great Depression, 1914-1932 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1914-1918, 1918-1929, 1929-1939

Brandström, Elsa, 1888-1948, nurse
... from OeH, illustrated, in German, 52 lines ; from BBKL, in German, 34 lines, reference
Branting, Karl Hjalmar, 1860-1925, prime minister 1920, 1921-1923, 1924-1925
... from Nobel e-Museum (123 lines); from infoplease (5 lines); from SBH (in Swedish; 1906 edition; 24 lines)
from SSgT, in Swedish, 59 lines; SPM 7 lines
Eden, Nils, 1871-1945, prime minister 1917-1920
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 33 lines; SPM 6 lines
Ekman, Carl Gustav, 1872-1945, prime minister 1926-1928, 1930-1932
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 32 lines; SPM 7 lines
von Euler-Chelpin, Hans Karl August Simon, 1873-1964, winner Nobel Chemistry Prize 1929
... from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 123 lines
Garbo, Greta, 1905-1990
... from Classic Movies (72 lines); from Greta Garbo Archives (64 lines)
de Geer, Louis, the younger, 1854-1935, prime minister 1920-1921
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 28 lines; SPM, 5 lines
Gustavus V., 1858-1950, King 1907-1950
... from infoplease, 5 lines
Hammarskjöld, Hjalmar, 1862-1953, prime minister 1914-1917
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 23 lines; SPM, 6 lines
Hamrin, Felix, 1875-1937, prime minister 1932
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 12 lines; SPM 5 lines
Hedin, Sven Anders, 1865-1952, explorer
... from Books and Writers (95 lines, references); from infoplease (12 lines); from SBH (in Swedish, 2 pages)
von Heidenstam, Carl Gustav Verner, 1859-1940, novelist
... from Books and Writers (111 lines, references)
Lindman, Arvid, 1852-1936, prime minister 1906-1911, 1928-1930
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 28 lines; SPM, 8-lines
Sandler, Rikard, 1884-1964, prime minister 1925-1926
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 42 lines; SPM, 7 lines
Söderblom, Nathan, 1866-1931, archbishop
... from Nobel e-Museum, (130 lines, reference); from OeH, in German, 4 lines
Svedberg, Theodor, 1884-1971, Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1926
... from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 88 lines
Swartz, Carl, 1858-1926, prime minister 1917
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 27 lines; SPM, 7 lines
von Sydow, Oscar, 1873-1936, prime minister 1921
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 13 lines; SPM 4-lines
Trygger, Ernst, 1857-1943, prime minister 1923-1924
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 21 lines; SPM 7 lines
Wenner-Gren, Axel, 1881-1961, inventor and entrepreneur
... from cartage.org, 15 lines

Building the Welfare State, 1932-1969 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1929-1939 1939-1945, 1945-1949, 1949-1969

Bergman, Ingmar, 1918- , movie director
... from Books and Writers (124 lines, references)
Bergman, Ingrid, 1915-1982, actress
... by Tito Gatchalian (26 lines); from Estate of Ingrid Bergman (32 lines); from infoplease (7 lines)
Bernadotte, Folke, Count of Wisborg, 1895-1948, diplomat
... from Columbia Encyclopedia, 7 lines; from Sveriges Regenter under 1000 Aar, illustrated, in Swedish, 12 lines
Erlander, Tage Fritjof, 1901-1985, prime minister 1946-1969
... from infoplease (9 lines); from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 32 lines; SPM, 5 lines
Garbo, Greta, 1905-1990
... from Classic Movies (72 lines); from Greta Garbo Archives (64 lines)
Gustavus V., 1858-1950, King 1907-1950
... from infoplease, 5 lines
Hammarskjöld, Dag, 1907-1961, diplomat
... from Sweden in the World at Univ. Boras; from un.org (65 lines); from Nobel e-Museum (157 lines, references); from Lysator (26 lines)
Hansson, Per Albin, 1885-1946, prime minister 1932-1936, 1936-1946
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 47 lines; SPM 7 lines
Hedin, Sven Anders, 1865-1952, explorer
... from Books and Writers (95 lines, references); from infoplease (12 lines); from SBH (in Swedish, 2 pages)
Knutsson, Gösta, 1908-1973, writer
... from Books and Writers (37 lines, reference)
Lindgren, Astrid, 1907-2002, writer
... from Books and Writers (96 lines, references)
Ohlin, Bertil, 1899-1979, economist, won Economics Nobel Prize in 1977
... from The Concise Encyclopedia of Economics, 20 lines, reference
Pehrsson i Bramstorp, Axel, 1883-1954, prime minister 1936
... from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 26 lines; SPM, 6 lines
Siegbahn, Karl Manne Georg, 1886-1978, physicist
... from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 106 lines; from infoplease, 7 lines
Wahlöö, Per, 1925-1976
... from Books and Writers (76 lines, references)
Wallenberg, Raoul, 1912-
... from Jewish Virtual Library (211 lines)

Recent Swedish History, since 1969 ..... go to narrative history of Sweden 1969-1990

Bildt, Carl, 1949-, prime minister, 1991-1994
... from SSgT illustrated, in Swedish, 17 lines; SPM, 7 lines
Borg, Björn, 1956-, tennis player
... from Hickok Sports, 23 lines; from Tennis Hall of Fame, illustrated, 111 lines
Carlsson, Ingvar, 1934-, prime minister 1986-1991, 1994-1996
... from Inter Action Council ; from SSgT illustrated, in Swedish, 19 lines; SPM, 7 lines
Fälldin, Thorbjörn, 1926-, prime minister 1976-1978, 1979-1982
... from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 26 lines; SPM, 7 lines
Hövenmark, Nils, 1922-1995, writer
... from Books and Writers (51 lines, reference)
Myrdal, Gunnar, 1898-1987
... from Nobel e-Museum, illustrated, 69 lines
Palme, Olof, 1927-1986, prime minister 1969-1976, 1982-1986
... from Sweden in the World at Univ. Boras; From infoplease; by Mia McKeehan; from biography.com; from Palmefonden, in Swedish (timeline); from Cethegus, in German; from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 25 lines; SPM, 7 lines ; Selected Speeches of Olof Palme, from ANC
Persson, Göran, 1949-, prime minister 1996-
... from SSgT, illustrated, in Swedish, 11 lines; SPM, 6 lines
Siegbahn, Kaj Manne Borje, 1918- , physicist
... from infoplease, 5 lines
Sjöwall, Maj, 1935-, writer
... from Books and Writers (73 lines, reference)
Tranströmer, Tomas, 1931-, writer
... from Books and Writers (66 lines, reference)
Ullsten, Olof, 1931-, prime minister 1978-1979
... from SSgT, in Swedish, 17 lines; SPM, 5 lines







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