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Peter the GreatJun 27, 1709

Ingmar BergmanApr 22, 1976

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Sweden - Historical Events
Date Event
1220-08-08

Sweden is defeated by Estonian tribes in the Battle of Lihula.

1276-05-24

Magnus Ladulås is crowned King of Sweden in Uppsala Cathedral.

1323-08-12

Treaty of Nöteborg between Sweden and Novgorod (Russia) regulates the border for the first time.

1389-02-24

Battle at Falköping: Danes defeat King Albert of Sweden

1397-06-17

Union of Kalmar established between Denmark, Sweden & Norway

1397-06-30

Denmark, Norway & Sweden sign Union of Kalmar under Queen Margaretha

1456-10-17

The University of Greifswald is established, making it the second oldest university in northern continental Europe (also for a period the oldest in Sweden, and Prussia)

1520-01-19

Sten Sture the Younger, the Regent of Sweden, was mortally wounded at the Battle of Bogesund.

1520-11-04

Danish/Norwegian king Christian II crowned king of Sweden

1520-11-08

Stockholm Bloodbath begins: A successful invasion of Sweden by Danish forces results in the execution of around 100 people.

1520-11-09

Height of the Stockholm Bloodbath - King Christian II of Denmark, Norway and Sweden executes Swedish nobles

1523-06-06

Gustav Vasa is elected King of Sweden, marking the end of the Kalmar Union.

1527-06-24

Gustaaf I begins Reformation in Sweden, taking Catholic possessions

1528-01-12

Gustav I of Sweden "father of the nation" crowned King of Sweden. Rules 37 years

1564-05-31

Battle on Gotland: Lubeck & Denmark beat Sweden

1570-12-13

Sweden/Denmark signs Peace of Stettin

1593-03-01

The Uppsala Synod is summoned to confirm the exact forms of the Lutheran Church of Sweden.

1594-02-19

Having already inherited the throne of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth through his mother, Catherine Jagellonica of Poland, Sigismund III of the House of Vasa is crowned King of Sweden, succeeding his father John III of Sweden.

1600-03-20

The Linköping Bloodbath takes place on Maundy Thursday in Linköping, Sweden.

1605-08-08

The city of Oulu, Finland, is founded by Charles IX of Sweden.

1605-09-27

The armies of Sweden are utterly defeated by the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth in the Battle of Kircholm.

1610-06-24

Battle of Klushino: King Sigismund II's Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth army beats Russia & Sweden

1610-07-04

Battle at Klushino: King Sigismund II beats Russian & Sweden

1611-10-30

Gustaaf II Adolf (17) becomes king of Sweden

1613-01-20

Peace of Knarodends War of Kalmar between Denmark & Sweden

1617-03-09

Sweden & Russia sign Peace of Stolbowa

1628-04-29

Sweden & Denmark sign defense treaty against Duke of Wallenstein

1629-09-26

Sweden & Poland signs Peace of Altmark

1631-01-23

France & Sweden sign anti-German Treaty of Barwald

1631-09-17

Battle of Breitenfeld: King Gustaaf Adolf of Sweden defeats Johann Tserclaes, Count of Tilly.

1632-09-03

Battle of Nuremberg: Duke Wallenstein beats Sweden

1632-11-16

Battle at Lutzen: Sweden beats imperial armies under Von Wallenstein

1633-04-23

Sweden & Protestant German monarchy form Union of Heilbronn

1634-08-26

Battle at Nordlingen Bavarian: emperor Ferdinand II & Spain beat Sweden & German protestants

1634-09-05

-6] Battle at Nordlingen: King Ferdinand III & Spain beat Sweden & German protestants

1635-09-12

Sweden & Poland sign ceasefire Treaty of Stuhmsdorf

1636-10-04

Battle at Wittstock, Brandenburg: Sweden beat Ferdinand III

1637-11-20

Peter Minuit & 1st Swedish immigrants to Delaware sail from Sweden

1641-12-25

Emperor Ferdinand III makes appointments with Sweden & France

1642-11-02

2nd battle at Breitenfeld Saksen: Sweden beat Ferdinand III

1645-03-05

Battle of Jankau in Bohemia: Sweden defeats Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III

1645-08-13

Sweden & Denmark sign Peace of Brömsebro

1647-03-14

Thirty Years' War: Bavaria, Cologne, France and Sweden sign the Truce of Ulm.

1654-04-21

England & Sweden sign trade agreement

1654-06-06

Queen Christina of Sweden resigns & converts to Catholicism

1655-08-29

Warsaw falls without resistance to a small force under the command of Charles X Gustav of Sweden during The Deluge.

1656-01-17

Brandenburg & Sweden sign Treaty of Königsberg

1656-09-19

Treaty of Labiau: Sweden gives Prussia, Brandenburg

1656-12-01

Germany promises Poland aid against Sweden

1658-03-08

Peace of Roskilde between Sweden & Denmark

1658-08-15

France/Sweden/Bavarian/Brunswick/Munster/Hessen-Kassel form Confederation of the Rhine

1660-02-23

Charles XI becomes king of Sweden

1660-04-23

Treaty of Oliwa is established between Sweden and Poland.

1660-05-03

Sweden, Poland, Brandenburg & Austria sign Peace of Oliva

1660-05-27

Denmark & Sweden sign ceasefire

1660-06-06

Denmark & Sweden sign peace treaty

1661-06-21

Treaty of Kardis: Russia & Sweden sign peace treaty

1668-01-23

England, Netherlands & Sweden signs Triple Alliance against French

1675-06-25

Battle at Rathenow: Brandenburgers beat Sweden

1675-06-28

Battle at Fehrbellin: Brandenburg army beats Sweden

1676-06-11

Battle at Öland: Danish & Dutch fleet under CM Tromp beats Sweden

1678-11-05

Brandenburgse troops occupy Greifswald in Sweden

1681-09-30

Netherlands & Sweden sign treaty

1685-12-03

Charles II bars Jews from settling in Stockholm Sweden

1686-07-09

Germany, Sweden & Spain sign anti-French League of Augsburg

1697-04-15

Charles XII succeeds Charles XI as King of Sweden

1699-11-22

Treaty of Preobrasjensku Denmark/Russia/Saksen/Poland divide Sweden

1700-02-28

Today is followed by March 1 in Sweden, thus creating the Swedish calendar.

1700-08-08

Denmark & Sweden sign peace treaty

1700-11-30

King Charles XII of Sweden defeats Russia at Narva [NS]

1706-09-24

Treaty of Altranstädt: Charles XII of Sweden & August II of Saksen

1707-08-22

Sweden & Prussia sign military treaty

1708-09-11

Charles XII of Sweden stops his march to conquer Moscow outside Smolensk, marking the turning point in the Great Northern War. The army is defeated nine months later in the Battle of Poltava, and the Swedish empire is no longer a major power.

1709-06-27

Peter the Great of Russia defeats Charles XII of Sweden at the Battle of Poltava.

1712-02-29

February 29 is followed by February 30 in Sweden, in a move to abolish the Swedish calendar for a return to the Old style.

1713-02-01

The Kalabalik or Tumult in Bendery results from the Ottoman sultan's order that his unwelcome guest, King Charles XII of Sweden, be seized.

1714-08-07

The Battle of Gangut: the first important victory of the Russian Navy during the Great Northern War against Sweden

1714-11-22

King Karel XII leaves Turkish captivity to return to Sweden

1715-05-01

Prussia declares war on Sweden

1719-11-20

Sweden & Hannover sign peace Treaty of Stockholm

1720-02-01

Sweden and Prussia sign peace treaty

1720-02-11

Sweden & Prussia sign peace (2nd Treaty of Stockholm)

1720-02-29

Queen Ulrica Eleonora of Sweden resigns

1720-06-09

Sweden & Denmark signs 3rd Treaty of Stockholm

1720-07-03

Sweden & Denmark sign peace treaty

1743-08-17

Sweden & Russia sign peace treaty

1751-04-05

Adolf Frederik of Holstein-Gottorp crowns himself king of Sweden

1762-05-22

Sweden & Prussia sign peace treaty

1771-02-12

Gustav III becomes the King of Sweden.

1772-08-21

King Gustav III completes his coup d'etat by adopting a new Constitution, ending half a century of parliamentary rule in Sweden and installing himself as an enlightened despot.

1780-08-01

Sweden declares neutrality

1783-02-05

Sweden recognizes US independence

1783-04-03

Sweden & US sign a treaty of Amity & Commerce

1790-08-14

Sweden & Russia sign Peace of Verela

1792-03-16

King Gustav III of Sweden is shot Count Anckarström at a masked ball at the Opera; he dies on March 29.

1792-03-29

King Gustav III of Sweden dies after being shot in the back at a midnight masquerade ball at Stockholm's Royal Opera just 13 days earlier. He is succeeded by Gustav IV Adolf.

1794-03-27

Denmark and Sweden form a neutrality compact.

1808-05-03

Finnish War: Sweden loses the fortress of Sveaborg to Russia.

1809-03-29

King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden abdicates after a coup d'état. At the Diet of Porvoo, Finland's four Estates pledge allegiance to Alexander I of Russia, commencing the secession of the Grand Duchy of Finland from Sweden.

1809-06-06

Sweden declares independence, constitutional monarchy established with a new constituion empowering Riksdag after 20 years of absolute monarchy

1809-09-17

Peace between Sweden and Russia in the Finnish War. The territory to become Finland is ceded to Russia by the Treaty of Fredrikshamn.

1810-08-21

Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte, Marshal of France, is elected Crown Prince of Sweden by the Swedish Riksdag of the Estates.

1814-01-14

King of Denmark cedes Norway to King of Sweden by treaty of Kiel

1814-05-17

Denmark cedes Norway to Sweden (National Day)

1818-02-05

Jean-Baptiste Bernadotte ascends to the thrones of Sweden and Norway.

1818-09-07

Carl III of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Norway, in Trondheim.

1844-03-08

King Oscar I ascends to the throne of Sweden-Norway.

1844-09-28

Oscar I of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Sweden.

1852-09-03

Anti-Jewish riots break out in Stockholm, Sweden

1859-07-08

King Charles XV/Carl IV accedes to the throne of Sweden-Norway.

1860-03-21

US extradition treaty with Sweden

1860-05-03

Charles XV of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Sweden.

1860-08-05

Carl IV of Sweden-Norway is crowned king of Norway in Trondheim.

1868-11-30

The inauguration of a statue of King Charles XII of Sweden takes place in the King's garden in Stockholm.

1872-09-18

King Oscar II accedes to the throne of Sweden-Norway.

1873-05-12

Oscar II of Sweden-Norway is crowned King of Sweden.

1905-06-07

Norway dissolves union with Sweden (in effect since 1814)

1905-10-26

Union of Sweden & Norway ends

1907-05-14

Sweden adopts universal suffrage for elections to its lower house and proportional representation for both houses

1907-12-08

King Gustaf V of Sweden accedes to the Swedish throne.

1908-04-23

Denmark, Germany, Britain, France, Netherlands & Sweden sign North Sea accord

1912-05-05

5th Olympic games open at Stockholm, Sweden

1912-07-17

IAF (Intl Amateur Athletic Federation) forms in Sweden

1912-07-22

5th Olympic games in Stockholm, Sweden closes

1912-12-21

Denmark, Norway & Sweden declare neutrality in Comende war

1921-05-08

Sweden abolished capital punishment

1924-03-17

Sweden & USSR exchange diplomats

1925-01-24

Sandler follows Branting as premier of Sweden

1927-04-14

The first Volvo car premieres in Gothenburg, Sweden.

1931-05-14

Ådalen shootings: five people are killed in Ådalen, Sweden, as soldiers open fire on an unarmed trade union demonstration.

1942-08-28

Gunther Hagg (Sweden) sets world record for 3,000m (8:01.2)

1943-06-20

Sweden's Gunther Hagg beats favorite Greg Rice by 35 yards in 5,000m at national AAU track & field championship in NY

1944-10-30

Sweden announces intention to stay neutral & refuse sanctuary in WW II

1949-04-19

53rd Boston Marathon won by Gosta Leandersson of Sweden in 2:31:50.8

1949-12-16

Svenska Aeroplan Aktiebolaget, later knows as SAAB, is founded in Sweden.

1953-04-07

Dag Hammarskjoeld of Sweden elected 2nd UN general-secretary

1954-10-29

Sweden begins experimental TV

1958-06-28

Brazil becomes world soccer champ in Sweden

1958-06-29

Brazil beats Sweden 5-2 in soccer's 6th World Cup at Stockholm

1963-10-25

Beatles begin their 1st full foreign tour in Sweden

1967-09-03

Sweden begins driving on right-hand side of road

1969-01-10

Sweden (1st Western country) recognizes North Vietnam

1969-10-14

Palme government forms in Sweden

1972-08-10

Paul & Linda McCartney are arrested in Sweden on drug possession

1972-08-18

Police fine Paul & Linda McCartney ś800 in Sweden cannabis possession

1973-09-19

Carl XVI Gustaf, becomes King of Sweden

1974-02-05

Mats Wermelin, Sweden, scores all points in 272-0 basketball win

1974-06-06

A new Instrument of Government is promulgated making Sweden a parliamentary monarchy.

1974-11-16

ABBA begin their first tour of Europe - their first tour outside of Sweden

1975-01-01

Sweden adopts constitution

1975-04-25

West German embassy blown-up in Stockholm Sweden

1975-12-21

64th Davis Cup: Sweden beats Czechoslovakia in Stockholm (3-2)

1976-04-22

Director Ingmar Bergman leaves Sweden due to taxation

1978-01-23

Sweden becomes the first nation in the world to ban aerosol sprays, believed to be damaging to earth's ozone layer.

1978-01-29

Sweden outlaws aerosol sprays due to their harmful effect on the ozone layer, becoming the first nation to enact such a ban.

1978-10-05

Sweden's Fälldin government falls

1980-01-01

Sweden changes order of succession to throne

1980-01-01

Victoria is crowned princess of Sweden.

1981-10-27

The Soviet submarine U 137 runs aground on the east coast of Sweden.

1983-12-28

72nd Davis Cup: Australia beats Sweden in Melbourne (3-2)

1984-04-30

1,700 skiers participate in an alpine event at Are, Sweden

1984-07-09

Yvonne Ryding of Sweden crowned 33rd Miss Universe

1984-12-18

73rd Davis Cup: Sweden beats USA in Gothenburg (4-1)

1985-08-10

Uno Lindstron of Sweden juggles a soccer ball 13.11 miles

1985-09-15

Olof Palme forms Sweden minority government

1985-12-22

74th Davis Cup: Sweden beats Germany in Munich (3-2)

1986-12-28

75th Davis Cup: Australia beats Sweden in Melbourne (3-2), helped by Pat Davis ranked 412th in the world

1987-06-30

Patrik Sjoberg of Sweden set a new world record in high jump

1987-12-20

76th Davis Cup: Sweden beats India in Gothenburg (5-0)

1988-12-06

Arafat meets prominent American Jews in Stockholm, Sweden

1988-12-17

77th Davis Cup: Germany beats Sweden in Gothenburg (4-1)

1989-11-04

The congress of the Solidarity Party is inaugurated in Sweden. The congress decides, contrary to the proposal of the central committee, not to disband the party.

1989-12-13

The last issue of Gnistan (The Spark), the organ of the Solidaritetspartiet, is published in Sweden.

1989-12-17

78th Davis Cup: Germany beats Sweden in Stuttgart (3-2)

1991-08-05

Sergei Bubka of USSR sets pole vault world record (6.10m) in Malmö Sweden

1994-04-27

29.0°C in Genevad, Sweden (Swedish April high temperature record)

1994-06-11

Drunken police officer shoots 7 people dead in Falun, Sweden

1994-07-16

Sweden shuts out Bulgaria 4-0, to finish 3rd in the World Cup

1994-09-18

Sweden social-democratic SPD wins parliamentary election

1994-11-13

Sweden agrees to join European Union

1994-12-04

83rd Davis Cup: Sweden beats Russia in Moscow (4-1)

1995-01-01

Austria, Finland & Sweden act to join European Union

1995-06-09

Dumb & Dumber (1994) premieres in Sweden

1996-12-01

85th Davis Cup: France beats Sweden in Malmo (3-2)

1997-11-30

86th Davis Cup: Sweden sweeps US in Gothenburg (5-0)

1998-02-08

1st female ice hockey game in Olympic history Finland beats Sweden 6-0

1998-08-19

South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission chairperson, Archbishop D. Tutu, releases documents revealing an alleged plot by Western countries to assassinate United Nations Secretary-General Dag Hammarskjold of Sweden

1998-12-06

87th Davis Cup: Sweden beats Italy in Milan (4-1)

2000-07-01

The Oresund Bridge, connecting Sweden and Denmark, opens for traffic.

2003-09-14

In a referendum Sweden rejects adopting the Euro.

2008-11-28

Sweden technically enters the recession after experiencing contraction of 0.1% in the second and third quarter

2009-05-01

Same-sex marriage is legalized in Sweden.

2009-09-11

Sweden emerges from the recession after witnessing GDP growth of 0.2% in the second quarter

2010-12-11

Two explosions occur in a busy shopping district of Stockholm, Sweden, killing one and injuring two others. Officials say the incident is being treated as a terrorist attack.

2013-03-24

Scotland defeats Sweden to win the 2013 World Women's Curling Championship

2013-04-07

Sweden wins the 2013 World Men's Curling Championship defeating Canada

2013-05-19

Sweden defeat Switzerland to win the 2013 World Ice Hockey Championship

2013-08-06

1 person is killed and 4 are injured after a hot air balloon crash in Montbovon, Sweden

2017-04-08

Stolen truck kills 4 in Stockholm; Sweden calls it terror

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Sweden - Notable Birthdays

Anders CelsiusNov 27, 1701

Greta GarboSep 18, 1905

Ingmar BergmanJul 14, 1918

Max Von SydowApr 10, 1929

Bjorn BorgJun 6, 1956

Mikael PernforsJul 16, 1963

Mats WilanderAug 22, 1964

Sweden - Birthdays
Date Event
1394-06-04

Philippa of England, queen of Denmark, Norway and Sweden (d. 1430)

1481-07-01

Christian II of Denmark, Sweden and Norway (d. 1559)

1488-03-19

Johannes Magnus, last Catholic Archbishop of Sweden (d. 1544)

1496-05-12

Gustav I of Sweden (d. 1560)

1513-09-24

Catherine of Saxe-Lauenburg, Queen of Sweden (d. 1535)

1516-01-01

Margaret Leijonhufvud, Queen of Gustav I of Sweden (d. 1551)

1526-11-01

Catherine Jagellonica of Poland, queen of Sweden and duchess of Finland (d. 1583)

1533-12-13

Erik XIV Wasa, king of Sweden (1560-69)

1535-07-22

Katarina Stenbock, wife of Gustav I of Sweden (d. 1621)

1537-12-20

King John III of Sweden (d. 1592)

1537-12-21

Johan III, king of Sweden (1569-92)

1537-12-23

King John III of Sweden (d. 1592)

1550-10-04

Charles IX, King of Sweden

1550-11-06

Karin Månsdotter, Queen of Sweden (d. 1612)

1566-06-20

Sigismund III, King of Poland/Sweden

1573-04-13

Christina of Holstein-Gottorp, queen consort of Sweden (d. 1625)

1594-12-09

Gustavus II Adolphus, king who made Sweden a major power (1611-32)

1622-11-08

Karl X Gustaf, King of Sweden (1654-60)

1626-12-08

Christina, queen of Sweden who abdicated after becoming Catholic

1634-10-23

Hedvig Eleonora of Holstein-Gottorp, Queen of Sweden (d. 1715)

1655-11-24

Charles XI, King of Sweden (1660-97)

1676-04-17

Frederik I, van Hessen Kassel, King of Sweden (1720-51)

1676-04-23

King Frederick I of Sweden (d. 1751)

1682-06-17

Charles XII, King of Sweden (1697-1718)

1688-01-23

Queen Ulrika Eleonora of Sweden (d. 1741)

1688-01-29

Emmanuel Swedenborg, Sweden, religious leader (Angelic Wisdom)

1701-11-27

Anders Celsius, Uppsala, Sweden, astronomer (proposed the Celsius temperature scale)

1707-04-15

Leonhard Euler, Bassle Sweden, mathematician (Euler's Constant)

1710-05-14

Adolf Frederik, king of Sweden (1751-70)

1720-07-24

Louise Ulrike, queen of Sweden/wife of Adolf Frederik

1743-07-03

Sophia Magdalena of Denmark, queen consort of Sweden (d. 1813)

1748-10-07

Charles XIII, King of Sweden (1809-18)/Norway (1814-18)

1759-03-22

Hedwig Elizabeth Charlotte of Holstein-Gottorp, Queen of Sweden and Norway (d. 1818)

1763-01-26

Charles XIV, French marshall, king of Sweden & Norway (1818-44)

1768-01-28

Frederick VI, Danish king (1808-39); lost Norway to Sweden (1814)

1777-11-08

Désirée Clary, queen of Sweden (d. 1860)

1778-11-01

Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden (d. 1837)

1781-03-12

Frederica of Baden, Queen of Sweden (d. 1826)

1785-01-23

Carl A Agardh, Sweden, botanist/bishop of Karlstad

1796-07-23

Franz Adolf Berwald, Sweden, composer

1799-07-04

F J Oscar I, King of Sweden/Norway (1844-59)

1799-11-09

Gustavus, Crown Prince of Sweden (d. 1877)

1807-03-14

Josephine of Leuchtenberg, queen of Sweden and Norway (d. 1876)

1826-05-03

Charles XV Louis E, King of Sweden/Norway (1859-72)/poet

1828-08-05

WFAA Louisa/Lovisa, queen of Sweden/Norway/princess of Netherlands

1829-01-21

Oscar II Frederik, King of Sweden (1872-1907)/Norway (-1905)/poet

1844-10-27

Klas Arnoldson, Sweden, politician/pacifist (Nobel 1908)

1849-01-22

August Strindberg, Sweden, dramatist/novelist (Apologia)

1851-04-16

Ernst Josephson, Sweden, artist

1851-10-31

Lovisa of Sweden, queen of Denmark (d. 1926)

1858-06-16

Gustav V, king of Sweden (1907-50)

1859-07-06

Verner von Heidenstam, Sweden, poet/novelist (Charles Men, Nobel 1916)

1860-01-21

Karl Staaff, Prime Minister of Sweden (d. 1915)

1860-11-23

Karl Branting, Sweden, statesman/diplomat (Nobel Peace Prize 1921)

1862-08-07

Victoria of Baden, Queen of Sweden (d. 1931)

1864-07-20

Erik Karlfeldt, Sweden, poet (Nobel 1918-refused; 1931-posthumous)

1865-02-19

Sven Hedin, Sweden, scientist/explorer (Tibet)

1875-06-23

Carl Milles, Uppsala Sweden, fountain sculptor (Wedding of Rivers)

1878-08-02

Princess Ingeborg, of Sweden

1879-09-20

Victor Seastrom, Silbodal Sweden, director (Wind, Under the Red Robe)

1879-10-07

Joe Hill, Jevla Sweden, organizer (IWW)/songwriter (Union Scab)/martyr

1880-09-09

Viking Eggeling, Sweden, artist/film maker (Diagonal Symphony)

1880-10-03

Warner Oland, Umea Sweden, actor (Jazz Singer, Charlie Chan)

1882-01-15

Princess Margaret of Sweden (d. 1920)

1882-11-11

King Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden (d. 1973)

1884-08-30

Theodor Svedberg, Sweden, chemist, worked with colloids (Nobel 1926)

1888-03-30

Anna Q Nilsson, Sweden, actress (Shenandoah, Uncle Tom's Cabin)

1889-07-13

Louise of Mountbatten, Queen of Sweden (d. 1965)

1891-09-29

Gerda Bjorne, Varmland Sweden, actress (Familjen Bjork, Hemsoborna)

1894-11-23

Ture Persson, Sweden, sprinter (Olympic-silver-1912)

1895-01-02

Count Folke Bernadotte, Sweden, statesman (Red Cross, UN)

1896-02-22

Edvin Wide, Sweden, 10K runner (Olympic-silver-1924)

1897-01-17

Nils Asther, Malmö Sweden, actor (Bluebeard, Night Monster)

1898-12-06

Gunnar Myrdal, Sweden, sociologist/economist (Nobel 1974)

1900-07-29

Eyvind Johnson, Sweden, novelist (Return to Ithaca-Nobel 1974)

1902-01-31

Alva Myrdal, Uppsala Sweden, diplomat (Nobel Peace Prize-1982)

1902-02-02

Tyra Ryman, Arboga Sweden, actress (Peter the Tramp)

1903-07-06

Axel Theorell, Sweden, biochemist, studied enzymes (Nobel 1955)

1904-05-06

Harry Martinson, Sweden, novelist/poet (Trade Wind-Nobel 1974)

1904-05-15

Gustav-Adolf Boltenstein, Sweden, equest dressage (Oly-gold-1952, 56)

1904-05-19

Sven Thofelt, Sweden, pentathlete (Olympic-gold-1928)

1905-02-07

Ulf Svante von Euler, Sweden, physiologist (Nobel 1970)

1905-07-29

Dag Hammarskjoeld, Sweden, 2nd UN Sect-General (1953-61) (Nobel 1961)

1905-09-18

Greta Garbo, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Ninotchka, Grand Hotel, Camille), (d. 1990)

1905-11-16

Astrid SLT Bernadotte, Queen of Belgium/Princess of Sweden

1905-11-17

Astrid Bernadotte, Princess of Sweden

1906-12-25

Monroe Liebgold, I'll Take Sweden

1908-05-15

Lars-Eric Vilner Larsson, Akarp Sweden, composer (Linden)

1908-12-14

Albert Rudling, Souvenirs from Sweden

1909-01-12

Mauritz Hugo, Sweden, actor (Atomic Blonde, Road Agent)

1909-11-13

Gunnar Bjornstrand, Stockholm Sweden, actor (Shame, Dreams)

1911-06-10

Morris Sweden, Dick Barton Strikes Back

1915-08-15

Signe Hasso, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Johnny Angel, Double Life)

1916-10-19

Karl-Birger Blomdahl, Sweden, opera composer (Herr von Hancken)

1916-10-31

Carl Johan Bernadotte, formerly Prince of Sweden

1917-02-28

Hans Deutgen, Sweden, world champion archer

1917-07-26

Bertil Nordahl, Sweden, soccer player (Olympic-gold-1948)

1917-10-29

Henry Carlsson, Sweden, soccer (Olympic-gold-1948)

1918-04-03

Sixten Ehrling, Malmö Sweden, conductor (Royal Opera of Stockholm)

1918-04-25

Astrid Varnay, Stockholm Sweden, soprano (Met Opera 1941-56)

1918-05-17

Birgit Nilsson, Karup Sweden, operatic soprano (Elektra, Salome)

1918-07-14

Ingmar Bergman, Uppsala Sweden, director (Cries & Whispers)

1918-12-17

Sven Fagerberg, Made in Sweden

1919-09-28

Lenn Hjortzberg, Karlskrona Sweden, director (Persona, Devil's Eye)

1919-12-21

Gert Fredriksson, Sweden, 1K kayak (Olympic-gold-1948, 52, 56)

1920-03-08

Eva Dahlbeck, Saltsjo-Duvnas Sweden, actress (Dreams, Lesson in Love)

1920-06-13

Knut Nordahl, Sweden, soccer player (Olympic-gold-1948)

1920-12-29

Viveca Lindfors, Uppsala Sweden, actress (Way We Were, Welcome to LA)

1921-08-23

Kenneth Arrow, American economist, Bank of Sweden Prize winner

1921-10-19

Gunnar Nordahl, Sweden, soccer player (Olympic-gold-1948)

1923-06-15

Erland Josephson, Stockholm Sweden, actor/dramatist (Utflykt)

1924-04-22

Gunnar Arvidson, Made in Sweden

1925-05-24

Mai Zetterling, Vaeras Sweden, actress (Witches, Offbeat, Jet Storm)

1925-07-11

Nicolai Gedda, Stockholm, Sweden, opera tenor (Opera Two to Six)

1927-01-30

Olof Palme, Stockholm, PM of Sweden (1969-76, 1982-86) assassinated

1927-04-30

Lars Hall, Sweden, Pentathelete (Olympic-gold-1952)

1927-06-11

Beryl Grey, Southern Sweden

1929-01-27

Ingrid Thulin, Solleftea Sweden, actress (Cries & Whispers, Damned)

1929-01-28

Claes Oldenburg, Stockholm Sweden, US pop artist (Alphabet/Good Humor)

1929-02-06

Sixten Jernberg, Sweden, skier (Olympic-gold-1956/60/64), (d. 2012)

1929-04-10

Max Von Sydow, Lund Sweden, actor (Hawaii, Exorcist, Dune, Dreamscape)

1929-05-04

Bo Strömstedt, Made in Sweden

1930-06-08

Bo Gunnar Widerberg, Malmö Sweden, director (Elvira Madigan)

1930-12-02

Gary Becker, American economist, recipient of the Bank of Sweden Prize

1931-04-18

Klas Lestander, Sweden, 20K biathlon (Olympic-gold-1960)

1931-07-23

Jan Torell, Limhamm Sweden, director (New Land, Emigrants)

1931-09-29

Anita Ekberg, Malmö Sweden, actress (La Dolce Vita)/Miss Sweden (1950)

1931-12-18

Gunnel Lindblom, Goeteborg Sweden, actor (Hunger, Virgin Spring)

1932-01-14

Harriet Andersson, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Cries & Whispers)

1932-09-22

Ingemar Johansson, Sweden, world heavyweight boxing champ (1952)

1934-03-22

May Britt, Sweden, actress (Young Lions)/wife of Sammy Davis Jr

1934-10-18

Inger Stevens, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Katy-Farmer's Daughter)

1934-11-09

Ingvar Carlsson, PM of Sweden (1986-91, 94- )

1934-11-11

Bibi Andersson, Sweden, actress (Scenes From a Marriage)

1935-07-15

Johan Bergenstråhle, Made in Sweden

1937-03-29

Fred Hjelm, Made in Sweden

1937-04-25

Bo Brundin, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Rhinemann Exchange)

1939-01-17

Toini Gustafson, Sweden, 5K/10K cross country skier (Oly-gold-1968)

1940-10-26

Krister Ekman, Maid in Sweden

1941-02-13

Bo Svenson, Goteborg Sweden, actor (North Dallas 40, Walking Tall)

1941-03-30

Sven Hamrin, Sweden, road race cycler (Olympic-bronze-1964)

1941-04-28

Ann-Margret, Valsjobya Sweden, actress (Bye Bye Birdie, Tommy)

1941-09-17

William Grut, Sweden, penthalete (Olympic-gold-1948), (d. 2012)

1941-12-20

Monica Ekman, Maid in Sweden

1942-09-30

Sture Pettersson, Sweden, cyclist (Olympic-silver-1968)

1942-10-06

Britt Ekland, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Wicker Man, Asylum)

1943-02-01

Rosemarie Frankland, I'll Take Sweden

1943-02-09

Jonny Nilsson, Sweden, 10K speed skater (Olympic-gold-1964)

1943-08-26

Ulf Sundelin, Sweden, yachtsmen (Olympic-gold-1968)

1943-12-23

Silvia Sommerlath, German wife of King Carl XVI of Sweden (1973- )

1944-04-19

James Heckman, American economist, Bank of Sweden Prize

1944-05-15

Gunilla Hutton, Goteborg Sweden, actress (Petticoat Junction)

1944-08-23

Lena Tabori, Stockholm Sweden, model/daughter of Viveca Lindfors

1945-02-12

Maud Adams, Lulea Sweden, actress (Octopussy, Rollerball, Tattoo)

1945-03-15

Jorgen Sundelin, Sweden, yachtsmen (Olympic-gold-1968)

1945-11-15

Anni-Frid Lyngsdtad, [Fryeda Anderson], Sweden, rocker (ABBA)

1946-04-30

Karl XVI Gustav F H, King of Sweden (1973- )

1946-12-16

Benny Andersson, Stockholm Sweden, singer (ABBA-Money! Money! Money!)

1947-01-13

Peter Sundelin, Sweden, yachtsmen (Olympic-gold-1968)

1947-03-15

Tomas Pettersson, Sweden, cyclist (Olympic-silver-1968)

1949-02-14

Ewa Aulin, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Candy, Fiorina LeVacca)

1949-05-05

Anna Bergman, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Agent 69)

1950-9-12

Wivian Öiangen, Maid in Sweden

1951-05-12

Gunnar Larrson, Sweden, 200m/400m swimmer (Olympic-gold-1972)

1951-06-27

Ulf Andersson, Sweden, International Chess Grandmaster (1972)

1951-11-24

Gaby Landhage, Goteborg Sweden, model (Model of the Rear)

1956-03-18

Ingamar Stenmark, Sweden, slalom (Olympic-2 gold-1980)

1956-03-22

Lena Olin, Stockholm Sweden, actress (Enemies A Love Story)

1956-03-27

Thomas Wassberg, Sweden, 15K/50K cross country skier (Oly-gold-1980)

1956-06-06

Bjorn Borg, Sodertlage Sweden, tennis champ (Wimbledon 1976-79)

1957-03-18

Christer Fuglesang, Stockholm Sweden, physicist/astronaut (Mir backup)

1957-11-03

Dolph Lundgren, Stockholm, Sweden, actor (Rocky IV, The Expendables 2)

1958-06-14

Carina Persson, Stockholm Sweden, playmate (August, 1983)

1959-01-12

Per Helmstad Gessle, Sweden, singer (Roxette-Must Have Been Love)

1960-03-14

George Horvath, Sweden, pentathlete (Olympic-1980)

1960-12-12

Jaap van Sweden, Dutch violinist/concert master

1961-07-13

Anders Jarryd, Lidkoping Sweden, tennis star

1962-05-30

Jan Gunnarsson, Sweden, tennis star

1962-11-11

Mic Michaeli, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1963-02-10

Joakim Nystrom, Sweden, tennis star

1963-06-13

Catarina Lindqvist, Sweden, tennis player (Swedish Open 1986)

1963-07-16

Mikael Pernfors, Malmo Sweden, tennis star (1986 French Open finalist)

1963-07-26

Marianne Berglund, Sweden, cyclist (1983 Ruffles Tour of Texas)

1963-10-25

John Leven, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1964-02-23

John Norum, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1964-02-29

Henrik Sundstrom, Sweden, tennis star

1964-03-10

Neneh Cherry, Stockholm Sweden, Swedish singer-songwriter and rapper (Money Love)

1964-03-26

Ulf Samuelsson, Fagersta SWE, NHL defenseman (Team Sweden, NY Rangers)

1964-08-13

Ian Haugland, Europe: Live at Sweden Rock - 30th Anniversary Show

1964-08-22

Mats Wilander, Vaxjo Sweden, tennis star (1988-US, Aust, French)

1964-09-04

Tomas Sandstrom, NHL forward (Anaheim, Team Sweden 1998)

1965-01-29

Peter Lundgren, Sweden, tennis star

1965-03-07

Jesper Bo Parnevik, Stockholm Sweden, PGA golfer (1995 Nestle-5th)

1965-04-09

Helen Alfredsson, Goteborg Sweden, LPGA golfer (1993 Dinah Shore)

1965-07-04

Eva Dahllof, Ornskoldsvik Sweden, golfer (1995 McCall's Classic-18th)

1966-01-19

Stefan Edberg, Sweden, tennis player (Wimbledon 1988, US Open 1991)

1966-05-20

Liselotte Neumann, Finspang Sweden, LPGA golfer (1988 US Women's Open)

1966-10-21

Jonas B, Svensson Sweden, tennis star

1966-11-09

Stefen Edberg, Sweden, tennis star

1967-01-03

Magnus Gustafsson, Sweden, tennis star

1967-01-12

Ulf Dahlen, Ostersund SWE, NHL forward (Team Sweden, San Jose)

1967-01-12

Vendela [Kirsebom], Stockholm Sweden, model (Sports Illustrated 1993)

1967-01-21

Ulf Stenlund, Sweden, tennis star

1967-07-19

Christian Bergstrom, Sweden, tennis star

1967-08-30

Catrin Nilsmark, Goteborg Sweden, LPGA golfer (1995 PING Welch's-14th)

1968-01-03

Kent Carlsson, Sweden, tennis star

1968-08-22

Henrik Holm, Sweden, tennis star

1969-02-21

Vanity, Private Film 4: Backdoor to Sweden

1969-06-17

Patric Kjellberg, hockey forward (Team Sweden Oly-1998)

1969-07-17

Tommy Soderstrom, Stockholm SWE, NHL goalie (Sweden, NY Islanders)

1969-08-17

Maria Strandlund, Akersberga Sweden, tennis star (1987 Futures NOR)

1969-11-04

Jan Apell, Sweden, tennis star

1970-03-25

Magnus Larsson, Sweden, tennis star

1970-04-28

Nicklas Lidstrom, Vasteras SWE, NHL defenseman (Team Sweden, Detroit)

1970-05-20

Niklas Andersson, Kungalv SWE, NHL forward (Team Sweden, NY Islanders)

1970-10-09

Annika Sorenstam, Stockholm Sweden, LPGA golfer (1995 US Women's Open)

1970-11-18

Johan Liiva, Sweden vocalist (Arch Enemy)

1971-02-01

Tommy Salo, Surahammar SWE, NHL goalie (Team Sweden, NY Islanders)

1971-02-13

Mats Sundin, Bromma SWE, NHL center (Team Sweden, Toronto Maple Leafs)

1971-02-23

Carin Hjalmarsson Koch, Kungalv Sweden, golfer (1995 Pinewild-7th)

1971-04-16

Frederik Nilsson, Stockholm SWE, IHL forward (Team Sweden, KC (IHL))

1971-04-22

Nicklas Kulti, Sweden, tennis star

1971-05-20

Jonas Berqvist, Angelhorn SWE, hockey forward (Team Sweden, Oly-98)

1971-08-13

Marcus Ragnarsson, Ostervala SWE, NHL defenseman (SJ Sharks, Sweden)

1971-09-17

Annika Duckmark, Miss Universe-Sweden (1996)

1972-01-02

Mattias Norstrom, Mora SWE, NHL defenseman (Team Sweden, LA Kings)

1972-03-05

Mikael Tillstrom, Sweden, tennis star

1972-03-23

Jonas Bjorkman, Vaxjo Sweden, tennis star (Davis Cup 1994)

1972-07-29

Véronique Lefay, Private Film 4: Backdoor to Sweden

1972-09-29

Jorgen Jonsson, hockey forward (Team Sweden 1998)

1972-10-22

Victoria Lagerstrom, Miss Sweden Universe (1997)

1973-05-05

Johan Hedberg, Nacka SWE, hockey goalie (Team Sweden, Oly-1998)

1974-03-13

Thomas Enqvist, Stockholm Sweden, tennis star (1991 Wimbledon jr boys)

1974-10-01

Mats Lindgren, NHL forward (Team Sweden Oly-1998, Edmonton)

1974-10-06

Kenny Jonsson, Angelholm SW, NHL defenseman (Team Sweden, NY Islander)

1974-11-02

Jaroslav Spacek, NHL defenseman (Team Czech Oly-Gold-1998, (Sweden)

1975-06-16

Asa Carlsson, Vasteras Sweden, tennis star (1995 Futures-Stockholm)

1975-06-30

Rami Shaaban, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1976-09-09

Mattias Ohlund, NHL goaltender (Vancouver Canucks, Team Sweden 1998)

1976-12-14

Petter Hansson, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1977-07-14

Victoria, Crown Princess of Sweden

1978-05-19

Marleen Scholten, Maybe Sweden

1978-06-24

Mikael Nilsson, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1979-05-13

Prince Carl Philip of Sweden

1979-12-08

Christian Wilhelmsson, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1981-10-03

Andreas Isaksson, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1982-03-30

Philippe Mexes, Group D: Sweden vs France

1982-06-10

Princess Madeleine of Sweden

1982-08-10

John Alvbåge, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1983-06-02

Fredrik Stenman, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1984-02-27

Lotta Schelin, Sweden vs. Nigeria

1984-03-21

Karl Svensson, Round of 16: Germany vs Sweden

1985-02-27

Diniyar Bilyaletdinov, Group D: Russia vs. Sweden

Sweden - Weddings
Date Event
1857-06-06

Sophia of Nassau marries the future King Oscar II of Sweden-Norway.

1905-06-15

Princess Margaret of Connaught marries Gustav, Crown Prince of Sweden.

1926-11-10

Belgium crown prince Leopold weds princess Astrid Bernadotte of Sweden

1976-06-19

King Charles XVI Gustaf of Sweden marries Silvia Renate Sommerlath in Stockholm Cathedral, Ist Swedish reigning monarch to marry since 1797

1992-04-18

Tennis ace Stefan Edberg marries Annette Olsen in Sweden

1996-08-24

Actress-model Vendela (30) weds Norwegian politician Olaf Thommessen (30) in Stockholm, Sweden

2005-08-05

Bavaria's Prince Leopold's son Prince Manuel von Bayern (31) weds Prince Ludwig-Ferdinand's daughter Princess Anna of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg in Sweden

2010-06-19

Crown Princess Victoria heir apparent of HM Carl XVI Gustaf, King of Sweden, weds Daniel Westling at Stockholm Cathedral

2013-06-08

Princess Madeleine of Sweden (30) weds banker Christopher O'Neill at The Royal Palace Church in Stockholm, Sweden

Sweden - Deaths
Date Event
1035-11-12

Cnut (Canute) "The Great", King of Denmark. England, Norway and parts of Sweden. Reigned 1016-1035.

1160-05-18

Erik IX Helgi, [The Saint], King of Sweden, dies

1250-02-02

Eric XI of Sweden (b. 1216)

1290-12-18

King Magnus I of Sweden (b. 1240)

1373-07-23

Birgitta van Sweden, Swedish saint, dies

1374-12-01

Magnus Eriksson, king of Norway/Sweden, dies

1377-12-01

King Magnus II of Sweden (b. 1316)

1381-03-24

Saint Catharine of Sweden, Swedish saint

1448-01-06

Christopher III, king of Denmark/Norway/Sweden, dies

1470-05-14

Charles VIII of Sweden (b. 1409)

1470-05-15

Charles VIII of Sweden (b. 1409)

1481-05-21

Christian I, king of Denmark/Norway/Sweden, dies

1512-01-02

Svante, Regent of Sweden (b. 1460)

1520-02-05

Sten Sture the Younger, regent of Sweden (b. 1493)

1535-09-23

Catherine of Saxe-Lauenburg, queen of Gustav I of Sweden (b. 1513)

1544-03-22

Johannes Magnus, last Catholic Archbishop of Sweden (b. 1488)

1551-08-26

Margareta Leijonhufvud, queen of Gustav I of Sweden (b. 1516)

1560-09-29

Gustaaf I, king of Sweden (1523-60), dies

1573-10-27

Laurentius Petri, first Lutheran Archbishop of Sweden (b. 1499)

1577-02-26

Erik XIV Wasa, King of Sweden (1560-69), dies at 43

1592-11-17

John III of Sweden (b. 1537)

1592-11-27

King John III of Sweden (b. 1537)

1611-10-30

Karl IX, King of Sweden (1604-11), dies

1621-12-13

Katarina Stenbock, Queen of Gustav I of Sweden (b. 1535)

1632-04-30

Sigismund III, King of Poland/Sweden, dies at 65

1632-11-06

Gustavus II Adolphus, King of Sweden, dies at battle of Lutzen at 37

1660-02-13

Charles X Gustaaf, king of Sweden (1654-60), dies at 37

1689-04-19

Christina, Queen of Sweden (1644-54), dies

1697-04-05

Charles XI, King of Sweden (1660-97), dies at 41

1703-03-20

Johann Kunckel/Kunkel, German alchemist/ambassador to Sweden, dies

1718-11-30

Charles XII, king of Sweden (1697-1718), dies during a siege of the fortress Fredriksten in Norway at 36

1718-12-11

Charles XII, King of Sweden (1697-1718), shot dead invading Norway at Fortress of Fredriksten

1741-11-24

Queen Ulrika Eleonora of Sweden (b. 1688)

1751-03-25

Frederick of Hessen Kassel, King of Sweden (1720-51), dies at 74

1771-02-12

Adolf Frederik, King of Sweden (1751-70), dies at 60

1782-07-16

Louise Ulrike, queen of Sweden/wife of Adolf Frederik, dies at 61

1792-03-29

Gustav III, King of Sweden (1771-92), dies of wounds

1818-02-15

Charles XIII, King of Sweden (1809-18)/Norway (1814-18), dies at 69

1837-02-07

King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden (b. 1778)

1844-03-08

Charles XIV John of Sweden (b. 1763)

1844-05-08

Charles XIV Johan, [Jean B Bernadotte], King of Sweden/Norway, dies

1859-07-08

F J Oscar I, King of Sweden/Norway (1844-59), dies at 60

1860-12-17

Désirée Clary, Queen of Sweden and Norway (b. 1777)

1868-06-10

Michael Obrenovic, ruler of Sweden, murdered

1871-03-30

W F A A Louisa/Lovisa, queen of Sweden/Norway, dies at 42

1872-09-18

Charles XV Louis E, king of Sweden/Norway (1859-72), dies

1877-08-05

Gustavus, Crown Prince of Sweden (b. 1799)

1907-12-08

Oscar II Frederick, King of Sweden (-1907)/Norway (-1905), dies

1925-02-24

Hjalmar Branting, Prime Minister of Sweden, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize (b. 1860)

1935-08-29

Astrid S L T Bernadotte, Queen of Belgium/Princess of Sweden, dies

1947-01-26

Gustav Adolf, crown prince of Sweden, dies in air crash

1950-10-29

Gustav V, king of Sweden, dies at 92

1958-03-12

Ingeborg, Princess of Sweden, dies at 79

1973-09-15

Gustav VI Adolf of Sweden (b. 1882)

1979-11-26

Morris Sweden, Dick Barton Strikes Back

1985-06-21

Tage Erlander, Prime Minister of Sweden (b. 1901)

1985-12-15

Albert Rudling, Souvenirs from Sweden

1986-03-20

Monroe Liebgold, I'll Take Sweden

1987-05-17

Gunnar Myrdal, Sweden, economist (Nobel 1974), dies at 88

1989-04-01

Bo Beskow, Inger Stevens in Sweden

1995-08-23

Johan Bergenstråhle, Made in Sweden

1995-12-22

James Meade, English economist, Bank of Sweden Prize winner (b. 1907)

2000-12-02

Rosemarie Frankland, I'll Take Sweden

2003-02-07

Gunnar Arvidson, Made in Sweden

2004-12-31

Gerard Debreu, French-born economist, Bank of Sweden Prize laureate (b. 1921)

2006-01-20

Sven Fagerberg, Made in Sweden


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