2001-12-15Zeitschriftenartikel DOI: 10.18452/7781
Das Verhältnis Schwedens zum nationalsozialistischen Deutschland
Gedanken zur Notwendigkeit einer innen- und außenpolitischen Kontextualisierung
The recent debate about Sweden’s relationship with Germany and its role during the Second World War has concentrated very much on the problem of the Holocaust. This somewhat narrow perspective, it is argued in this article, should be completed by more attention to the broader historical context of the Swedish debate about world politics of the time. This would include Sweden’s relationship with the Soviet Union, the Western Powers and the nordic neighbours as well as a more differentiated account of public opinion in Sweden.
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