• S. H. Steinberg
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Gustaf Y, born 16 June, 1858. Succeeded to the throne on the death of his father, Oscar II, 8 December, 1907. Married, 20 September, 1881, to Princess Victoria, born 7 August, 1862, died 4 April, 1930, daughter of Friedrich, Grand Duke of Baden.


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Books of Reference concerning Sweden

1. Official Publications

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2. Non-Official Publications

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  2. Svensk exportkalender. Swedish export directory. Published by the General Export Association of Sweden. Stockholm. Annual, from 1917.Google Scholar
  3. Sweden, Past and Present. Published by the Swedish Tourist Traffic Association. 2nd ed. Stockholm, 1948.Google Scholar
  4. This is Sweden. Published by the Swedish Institute. Stockholm, 1947.Google Scholar
  5. Stockholm Economic Studies. Published by writers connected with the Institute for Social Sciences of Stockholm University. Nos. 1-10. London (printed in Stockholm), 1929–41.Google Scholar
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  46. Wilhelm [Prince of Sweden], This Land of Sweden. 2nd cd. Stockholm, 1948.Google Scholar

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