Invasion of Sweden

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Shake-Speer
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Post by Shake-Speer » 10 May 2003 21:37

D. Löwenhamn wrote:Shake-Speer, I don't mind you criticizing authors but please spare us the ranting.

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Sorry?

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Post by Johnny » 11 May 2003 14:06

Yeah I'm not sure you can classify Schön or Hübbinette as extremists?

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Post by Daniel L » 11 May 2003 14:35

I think we all know which groups usually claim these two to be left-wing extremists and anarchists.

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Post by Shake-Speer » 11 May 2003 15:48

Do a Google search and see what you can find.
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Post by Daniel L » 11 May 2003 15:56

I did:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=& ... gle+Search

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=& ... rextremist

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&lr=& ... rextremist

Now please excuse me since I've got better things to do than to play games with you Shake-Speer.

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Post by Marcus » 11 May 2003 17:23

Let's get back on topic.

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Post by GustavHartmann » 22 Aug 2003 21:03

Sorry for this late reply. Anyway.

Before the war Hitler formed non-aggressoin pacts with every nation he dealt with and these agreements have been available after the war, with the exception of all the neutral countries.

The Swedish Socalist Party even introduced a new law around 1938 allowing the period of secrecy for any classified appointment or document to extend for up to 150 years.

No, Germany never had any _real_ plans to invade Sweden. Sweden was perhaps the most valuable partner during the war.

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Post by Johnny » 23 Aug 2003 14:22

that's very interesting, who would whom have to pressure to get the agreements released?

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Post by GustavHartmann » 23 Aug 2003 18:57

I don't know, but i don't think the swedish goverment is willing to release these documents in a near future.

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Post by Johnny » 23 Aug 2003 19:01

Why is that? Goran Persson seems willing enough to shed some light on the Swedish guilt question. Are you saying that the content of the agreement is a bit too incrimidating for the swedish socialist-democrats?

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Post by GustavHartmann » 23 Aug 2003 20:02

I believe "some" is the keyword here.

There is much we don't know about, and i believe most of that information is very sensitive for the Socalist Party, and for the Wallenberg group.

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Re: Invasion of Sweden

Post by Edward L. Hsiao » 22 Jun 2019 22:07

Sometimes German merchant ships visited Sweden for a purpose during WWII. I'm not sure what though.

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