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The Swedish-Norwegian Union Crisis

A History with Documents

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Author: Karl Nordlund
Published: 1905
Language: English
Wordcount: 41,184 / 137 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 35.2
LoC Category: D
Downloads: 319
Added to site: 2007.04.30 16738
Genre: History

The following work is intended to give an insight into the Swedish-Norwegian Crisis. It has been the Authorís endeavour to attain this object, partly by a condensed account of the events of the last few years, partly by a collection of suitable extracts from documents referring to this crisis. Choice in the last items has been confined to the most important ones. Touching the Consular negotiations only the discussions on the most disputed points are given.

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between the lines followed by Swedish Union politicians, but in any case, it can scarcely be a matter of surprise that Swedish Policy has but slowly and gradually given up its claims. In order to preserve harmony, Sweden has been forced to do it, on account of the responsibility she once undertook on behalf of the Union, but no direct national interests have influenced the concessions and the enticing reward--harmony within the Union, the prospect of getting Norway honestly to meet her half way--has been sufficiently uncertain, in fact, the above mentioned concessions have seemed to possess a remarkable faculty for drawing forward new claims.


[2:1] NANSEN (English edition). The same author writes (page 62): »Finally in 1903(!) the Swedish Government declared openly that the present arrangement was not in accordance with Norway's just demands for equality in the Union.» How such a statement can be made is simply incomprehensible.

[2:2] How the Norwegian Storthing, ma



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