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NORDIC STATES: Mighty Fortress

(See Cover) One-sixth of the population of Finland had fled from their homes last week, terrified lest a Russian invasion should follow up the still secret...

SWEDEN: Deformed Bullets

Swedes awaited eagerly last week the opening by King Gustaf V in his Royal Palace of an Exhibition of Relics & Curiosities, including "deformed bullets...

Religion: Homing Brigittines

Some years ago in Rome. King Gustaf V of Sweden and his Queen Victoria paid a visit to an ancient house on the Campo di Fiori near the bank of the Tiber. Good...

SWEDEN: Sloppy

Swedish police arrested last week that courtier of King Gustaf V who has been nearest to the font of Swedish chivalry. The exalted prisoner, Baron Nils...

DENMARK: Triumph

That a woman from the U. S. A. is one thing and a woman from the U. S. S. R. quite another was evident in Copenhagen last week when His Majesty Christian X,...

SWEDEN: Fixed?

Incognito as "Monsieur Adolphe," His Majesty King Gustaf V arrived for his usual winter sojourn on the French Riviera last week, made for a charity gala at the...

SWEDEN: From the Throne

Someone must write the words that kings utter from their thrones, and last week King Gustaf V of Sweden opened Parliament with words said to have been written...

SWEDEN: Doubtful Blessings

Raising herds of reindeer is almost the sole business of nomad Lapps. Illiterate and uncivilized, they make little or no distinction between Norway, Sweden,...

SWEDEN: King to King

The ominous, grey shape of the Spanish armored cruiser Principe Alfonso was silhouetted, last week, against the white buildings and brown or reddish towers of...

People: Homebodies

King Gustaf V of Sweden, 90, ordered by his doctor to stay home, missed the annual dinner of the Swedish Academy for the first time in 74 years. Muttered His...

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