Swedish History Index: Chronological
[ Reference : Archives and Museums | Electronic Resources | History Departments and Scientific Associations | Libraries and Library Resources ]
[ Ancient | Vikings | Medieval | Early Modern | 1800s | Early 20th Century, World War I | Interwar Period, World War II | Post-1945 ]
[ Topical : Demography, Genealogy | Economic | Women's History, Gender | Holocaust | Military History ]
[ Other : Antiquarian Bookshops | Swedish History Links | Political System and Research Resources | Search Engines ]
Early 20th Century, World War I
Interwar Period, World War II
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The Swedish History Index is made of different pages which are always under
construction. You will find Virtual Resources produced in Sweden together
with world-wide Resources if they are dealing with the history of Sweden.
The URL of this page is [Index.html].
The Swedish History Index is a joint project between the European University Institute's Library and History & Civilisation Department .
The Swedish History Index was originally created in December 1999.
About the WWW-VL and the WWW-VL History Network
The World Wide Web Virtual Library is a collection of subject related Websites
maintained by institutions throughout the world, each administering a different
subject. The project is now managed by an independent committee made up
of maintainers of various subject areas. For more information on the WWW-VL
Main Project, go to [ http://vlib.org/AboutVL.html
] and for more information on the History Network Project, go to
[ http://vlib.iue.it/history/about/about.html ]
About the Maintainer
The site is managed by Jari Eloranta [firstname.lastname@example.org].
Please direct your notices of new URL's or inoperative links to him here.
Last updated Monday, November 19, 2001.
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