Per Albin Hansson was the prime minister. Gustav V was the king, and during World War 2 the king still had some political power.
It didn't. Sweden was neutral during World War 2.
During world war II Sweden was determined to stay out of the war no matter the cost, still Sweden helped the allies whenever possible.
No, Sweden was never occupied by another nation during World War Two.
No. Sweden was not occupied during World War 2. As a matter of fact, many Jewish families tried to escape to Sweden.
The prime minister of Sweden during World War 2 was Per Albin Hansson.
Kaiser Wilhelm was the leader of world war 1
Sweden was neutral during World War I. In addition, it was able to remain officially neutral throughout World War II.
No. Sweden was Neutral.
Joseph Stalin was a communist leader of the USSR during World War 2.
Adolf Hitler was the dictator during World War II. He was the leader of the German during that time.
Adolf Hitler was the Nazis dictator who was the leader of Germany during World War II.
Sweden was neutral in WW2.
Sweden was neutral during World War 2.
Vladimir Lenin was the Communist leader during the last few months of World War 1
Hideki Tojo was the leader of japan in world war 2.
There was no single leader during WW1. Each country had their own leader.
Sweden was neutral in World War 2, so Swedish Jews were safe in Sweden.
During World War 2 only 600 Swedish Civilians were killed during World War 2.
The leader for England during World War 1 was King George V. The leader of the United States was President Woodrow Wilson.
There were no reason for Sweden to get involved in WWI
Sweden Love peaces Like Switzerland
no Sweden was a neutral country during WW2
Tsar Nicholas II was the leader of Tsarist Russia in World War 1.
Antonia Solandra was a leader in Italy during world war I. Antonia Solandra was a leader in Italy during world war I.
They did not go into war, because they did not have a lot of people to fight with. Also, there was no reason for a small country, like Sweden, to be in a war between great countries. World War 1 had nothing to do with Sweden.