Konungariket Sverige
  • S. H. Steinberg
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Gustaf VI Adolf, born 11 Nov., 1882, succeeded on the death of his father, King Guataf V, 29 Oct., 1950. Married : (1) 15 June, 1905, to Princess Margaret Victoria, born 15 Jan., 1882, died 1 May, 1920, daughter of Prince Arthur, Duke of Connaught ; (2) 3 Nov., 1923, to Lady Louise Mountbatten, born 13 July, 1889, daughter of Prince Louis of Battenberg, afterwards 1st Marquess of Milford Haven.


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  1. STATISTICAL INFORMATION.—The Central Bureau of Statistics (Kungl. Statistiska Centralbyrån, Stockholm 5) was founded in 1858, in succession to the Kungl. Tabellkommissionen which had been set up in 1756; Director-General.—(Mrs.) Dr. Karin Kock. Its publications include the following:—Google Scholar
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