Swedish

Swedish may refer to:

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  • Anything from or related to Sweden, a country in Northern Europe (see List of Sweden-related topics)
  • Swedish language, a North Germanic language spoken primarily in Sweden and Finland
  • A person or persons with a Swedish ancestral or ethnic identity (Swedes), see Swedish people; this includes:
    • Swedish-Americans
    • Swedish-Argentines
    • Swedish Australians
    • Swedish-Canadians
    • Swedish-Britons
This generally does not include Swedish-speaking Finns.
  • National or citizen of Sweden; see Demographics of Sweden
  • Swedish cuisine
  • Swedish Blue duck

Other articles related to "swedish":

Fennoman Movement - History
... opposition, the Svecomans, tried to defend the status of Swedish and the ties to the Germanic world ... Many of the first generation of Fennomans were originally Swedish-speaking as their mother tongue ... Some of the originally Swedish-speaking Fennomans learned Finnish, and made a point of using it inside and outside the home ...
Yngve Zotterman
... September 1898 in Vadstena - 13 March 1982 in Stockholm) was a Swedish neurophysiologist who received his medical training at the Karolinska Institute ... He was elected a member of the Royal Swedish Academy of Engineering Sciences in 1949, and of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences in 1953 ...
Kvenland and Kvens Later in Historical Time
... As the first known written Swedish account, Eric's Chronicle, came out as late as the 14th century, the terms "Kvenland" and "Kven" are not found in ... however not yet a state, ceased to exist in the 13th century along with the Swedish conquest that incorporated it to Sweden as provinces ... to northern Fennoscandia around the time of the Swedish conquest ...
Hisingen - History
... was ceded from Denmark-Norway by the Treaty of Roskilde, it was divided into a Swedish and a Norwegian part ... The division continued in the official name of the provincial districts of Swedish and Norwegian Hisingen or "Svenska Hisingens härad" and "Norska Hisingens härad", until 1681 when ... most of the 20th century, until the shipyard crisis in the 1970s, the island was the focus for Swedish shipbuilding ...
Hasselblad - Company History - World War II
... During World War II, the Swedish military captured a fully functioning German aerial surveillance camera from a downed German plane ... The Swedish government realised the strategic advantage of developing an aerial camera for their own use, and in the spring of 1940 approached Victor Hasselblad to help create one ... By late 1941, the operation had over 20 employees and the Swedish Air Force asked for another camera, one which would have a larger negative and could ...