Sweden has had 26 wars ranging from 1521 (the Danish liberation war two years before Gustav Vasa climbed the throne) to 1814 (the campaign against Norway when Sweden forced Norway into a union. Before this Sweden was in several wars as well, and in between Sweden have been at war with Poland, Russia, France and several parts of what we now call Germany. See the Related Link for "List of Swedish wars" to the bottom for the answer.
Sweden, along with most countries, have participated in wars. Although, Sweden has not been in a war for about 197 years. That is an extremely long time. Therefore, the answer is No.
one and that was with Findland
Sweden was neutral throughout both wars.
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Sweden has never been invaded, they have gotten into wars but never invaded.
No because Sweden was involved in many wars and has always disagreed with those who fought Sweden. Basically what i am saying is that Sweden doesn't disagree with armed neutrality.
They wont have any allies in their wars that they fight.
No one 2009 it was 200 years ago. 1809 Wars vs Finland.
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Yes. Sweden have fought in many wars. The last was in 1814, it was when Sweden wanted Norway as compensation for the recent loss of Finland) and the Norwegians wanted Independence. (..which they only got on 1905)
We fought the Romans and beat them. And we've been in wars with Norway and Sweden. We were sort of neutral in WW1 and WW2. We have soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan
When the war started, Sweden declared themselves neutral. Since the Napoleonic Wars, Sweden had generally done so, and never really got involved in the wars crisscrossing Europe. Germany did not invade Sweden because they didn't really need to. Sweden, as a neutral country, continued selling stuff to Germany- especially iron ore, which was very important for building weapons like tanks, airplanes, and warships. Without this iron ore, Germany probably could not have continued the war, so it was in Germany's best interest to leave Sweden alone.
Sweden fought in several wars before becoming a neutral nation, perhaps most successfully in the Thirty Years War, under the Swedish King Gustavus Adolphus.
Sweden, Ireland and Switzerland have improved a lot and they are far head of many countries in medical, economics, and technology in Sweden.
Sweden can be pretty self sufficient (as prooven during its neutrality and economic isolation during the world wars.) But in an global economy Sweden is pretty dependent on cheap labour and petroleum as there is no oil fields in the baltic sea big enough for cultivation.
Peter Hammarstedt has: Performed in "Whale Wars" in 2008. Played Himself - Bob Barker 1st Mate in "Whale Wars" in 2008. Played himself in "Whale Wars" in 2008. Played Himself - 2nd Mate, Sweden in "Whale Wars" in 2008. Played 2nd Mate in "Whale Wars" in 2008. Played Himself - 1st Mate in "Whale Wars" in 2008. Played himself in "Whale Wars: Viking Shores" in 2012. Played himself in "Whale Wars: Operation Bluefin" in 2012.
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They did join in. In World War 2 only Sweden, Switzerland, Spain, Portugal and Ireland remained neutral.
Denmark and Sweden fought countless wars during the Viking Age (700 - 1050), and the renaissance (1400 - 1700). Mostly over Norway. Their war record even outmatch France and England. In modern times, say 1900 - 2010, The most wars have been fought by USA, England and Germany.
Oh yes, many. In the old days it often depended on who was the King. many wanted to make a name for themselves and they would go to war for it. We conquered a big part of Europe actually. What wars Sweden has been in you can see in the link below.
It is warmer In Southern Sweden than it is in Northern Sweden
Sweden is bordered by Finland, which is to the east of Sweden, and Norway, which is to the west of Sweden.