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Enlightening May 23 2014
By Connor - Published on Amazon.com
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As the title reads, the book was indeed a concise history, enlightening and exciting. The text was quite in depth and, as a result, it was a lengthy read that might be difficult for those not too familiar with Swedish geography and/or basic history. Highly recommended for those that love reading history.
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Concise. Yes and that's fine. Sept. 12 2012
By DrDirkey - Published on Amazon.com
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The content of the book is what the title sais: Concise and Factful. And that is great for getting you swiftly into the history of Sweden. To me also thìs book is not entirely a neutral account of Swedish history (See also reviews on other books about Sweden's history). There is some chauvinism about "British democracy". And it repeats present day's popular topics like women's rights and Jews a few times too many. Yet these are minor objections, so be invited to consider them as a matter of taste. As a whole, the book is surely worth reading.