Sweden's Borders from 1150 Until Today

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Academia Cervena

Academia Cervena

6 жыл бұрын

Sweden hasn't always had the shape it has today. Ever since the foundation of the country, its borders have changed and been adjusted, time and time again. War, settlers and diplomacy have lead to new areas being added and others disappearing. Many provinces that we today regard as natural parts of Sweden, have belonged to the country for shorter periods of time than many ones that no longer are.
This video presents Sweden's territorial extent from c. 1150 until today, 2016, with each border change explained and put into context.
Remember that this is a popular science video, and that some simplifications have been necessary regarding years and circumstances. For the time before the Kalmar Union such simplifications are also unavoidable, since exact sources are often lacking.
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J P 3 ай бұрын
Det er virkeligt godt lavet. Elsker Sverige, Norge og Findland. Fedt at være Nordisk.
Deluxe Power
Deluxe Power 2 ай бұрын
Alla goda ting är 3! Scandinavien! 🇩🇰🇧🇻🇸🇪
Department of TRANSportation
Department of TRANSportation Ай бұрын
Brödrafolkets Väl!
Baux Sedai
Baux Sedai 6 жыл бұрын
Love it! Learning Swedish and history at the same time. A lovely combination!
Jonathan SLN
Jonathan SLN 3 жыл бұрын
Baux Sedai yes.
CosmicCruise 2 жыл бұрын
Nakazul 2 жыл бұрын
Undra hur det gick med svenska studierna?
Legend Aydin
Legend Aydin Жыл бұрын
you prolly dont give a damn but does someone know a method to get back into an instagram account? I was dumb forgot the password. I would love any help you can offer me.
JCK95 8 ай бұрын
Honestly I keep coming back to this video because I am both interested in Stormaktstid and because I want to learn how to talk about it in Swedish
Swed neck
Swed neck 6 жыл бұрын
Skitbra gjort! Hoppas det kommer fler videor om gränsändringar eller svensk historia.
Academia Cervena
Academia Cervena 6 жыл бұрын
Tack! Så småningom blir det säkert mer :)
Swed neck
Swed neck 3 ай бұрын
@Sweden väx upp
WilliamGuy 3 ай бұрын
@Swed neck Det var inte så snällt
Perfect Gaming 🇺🇦
Perfect Gaming 🇺🇦 3 ай бұрын
@Swed neck det blev inget…
spoe 6 жыл бұрын
damn mate finally a channel that focuses on Scandinavia. I speak Swedish on an OK level and wanna get into Finnish too so I hope you'll be making more sick videos like this.
PaperxZone 4 жыл бұрын
Lycka till på din Svenska, hoppas det fortsätter bra!
welp 3 жыл бұрын
memez trojan perkele qää wää e ää ää ää ää ää ää ää ää ää ää ää. ää ää ää ää ää ää ää ää ää
mäonparas Жыл бұрын
@welp mitää vittua sä siellä selität?
Pyromorph Жыл бұрын
Just so you know, you might have trouble with Finnish as it is not a North germanic or Scandinavian language, it is entirely separate, It is a Uralic language.
unwnme 3 ай бұрын
@Pyromorph How can you be so arrogant to think that the OP doesn't have a clue?
sirseigan 3 ай бұрын
Ångermanland was settled by Norse speaker long before 1150 AD! You can see this in both placenames, placename patterns and archelogical findings. In fact during the first half of the milennia what is today Hälsingland, Medelpad, Ångermanland and parts of Jämtland were its own petty kingdom (the area north of the border forest of Ödemården, desolcated forest, and south of Skuleskogen, Skule forest). The burial mounds along Selånger in Medepad from this era rival that of the mounds in old Uppsala in riches and in wealth - it was not some poor back water area. After the eviromental catastrophy around 536AD and thereafter (several vulcanic eruptions and the following years of global vulcanic winter) the settlments in the north looses their elite characteritics and the population was notibly decreased but never vanished. The political entity was splintred and you can see this when King Sverre of Norway ride first through Hälsingland and the up to Jämtland where he in 1177(?) conqured Jämtland at the battle of Storsjön (on the ice). Here Hälsingland and Jämtland acts as two different political entites, both governed by so called "folk-republics" (similar to Iceland). However it is worth knowing that Jämtland, and most likely the rest of the middle north area as well in some shape or form, was at times paying tribute to the Swedes in exchange for protection from the Norwegian kings, not rarely based in Trondheim at the time. However the Norwegian king Olaf the Holy was held in very high regard and is said to have promoted church building in the whole river vally of Ljungan on his way to the battle Stikkelstad where many men from the area joind him. Had he not died there who knows if the area would perhaps become under Norwegian rule. We know that in the 1200-ish the Swedish king considered the area his subjects. But in his letters he is begging the area to pay tribute, pay taxes and provide military men. A medeival king do not beg and it clearly show that the inhabitants of this area thought of themselves as independent no matter what the king himself thought. It was not until 1320AD that Swedish taxcollectors stopped being killed on the spot and the area started to become a integrated part of the Swedish kingdom. If you swap the area "Ångermanland" out with "Västerbotten" though then the word "colonize" is a somewhat better fit as the majority of norse/Swedish placenames are of a younger date in this area. However you miss quite a big political entity in the region and that is the Finnish speaking Kvens/Kväner who is most likely from whom the elite known as "Birkarlar" (likely meaning merchants who trade with, and later collected tax from, the Sami) came. Along the coastline there had also been home, seasonal amd permantly, to Norse speaking coastal fishers. There is at that many different entities inside what we today just call Sami. So lumping all this groups, with different languages, lifestyles and culture into one with the missrepresetative lable "Sami" is bordeline disrespectful and carry in it self a bad aftertaste of a colonial mindset. That this ares were incoperated into the Swedish kingdom is a fact. If it was voluntarely or involuntarely or both at the same time is a complex issue. However the choices of words are important and using "colonised" indicates that there was no Norsepeaking people there before this date, which is false. The very name "Ångermanland" is old Norse in origin (meaning "the fjord mens land") and even have a flavour of west Norse (like Norwegian; compare "ånger" with Norwegian "anger", as in Stavanger, as the word for "fjord") rather the east Norse (like the Swedes). Infact the dialects of the whole area has flavours of west Norse that the rest of the east coast do not have.
Joel Nilsson Hedekäll
Joel Nilsson Hedekäll 3 ай бұрын
I'm very interested in this time period (1050-1350) for the entire peninsula. You make a lot of claims in your text. Can you point me to a summary paper or two where you get your facts from? If not summary - individual papers. Thanks! ( Please give me a book :) )
Hypnapompa 3 ай бұрын
@Joel Nilsson Hedekäll In this Wikilink about Genesmon you find some books on the topic: sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genesmon. Furthermore, a vast majority of the place names along Ångermanälven and the Coastline in Ångermanland are Norse and dated to old Iron Age. However, some of the place names has sapmi, finnish, unclear or hybrid origin.
Urmas Pukk
Urmas Pukk 3 ай бұрын
Juhatasid mind mõtlema
Michael Angelo Fisher
Michael Angelo Fisher 4 жыл бұрын
Awesome. It was interesting for me because it's the first time I've ever heard Swedish but understood a lot of what was said without subtitle help. Really beautiful language 👍
Archive 4 жыл бұрын
Norwegian swedish dutch scots leid and german have alot of cognates with english (cognate is a word that shares a common ancestor word with other languages
Stephen 2 жыл бұрын
Germanic-derived languages are similar in their structure of speech, and word pronunciations, well, unless you’re speaking danish.
Red Arrow
Red Arrow 4 жыл бұрын
Wildeshausen is so only about 400 km from my home :) Can't believe it used to belong to Sweden! Greetings from Belgium.
:p 3 ай бұрын
Should be proud of that
Tim 6 жыл бұрын
Tack för den här videon som är mycket informativ och har också hjälpt mig att förbättra min svenska :)
Academia Cervena
Academia Cervena 6 жыл бұрын
Varsågod :)
Sealkeen 4 жыл бұрын
Ingermanland is where I, my dad, my granddad and also my great granddad were born. That feeling when the author is speaking about your homeland
minecraft gaming
minecraft gaming 5 ай бұрын
Its not my Home land sweden
Kotikunnas 3 ай бұрын
@minecraft gaming Kotimaa.
mrdaym 2 ай бұрын
Fantastiskt spännande presentation. Bra jobbat!
Paul Sirugo
Paul Sirugo 2 ай бұрын
Riktigt bra. Denna bör många fler (historielösa) människor se.
ventdelamer 3 ай бұрын
Interesting. Tack så mycket! However, there was no “Russia” in the 17th century, as it was called Moskovia at the time. It started being called “Russia” in the 18th century, with czar Peter I. Besides, it the 13th century Novgorod was connected to Rus, which was not the same thing as the modern Russia.
Alfatejp Blind
Alfatejp Blind 3 ай бұрын
The Russian tsardom existed since the 1550s, when Muscovy was officially renamed. If you want to talk about modern nations as a concept altogether though, you could just as well make the claim that there existed no "Sweden" eighter. People identified much closer to people from the same Landskap than some abstract concept of "Sweden" and "Swedishness" and had essentially no national allegiance as we would conceive of the concept today.
Charles Rozén
Charles Rozén 3 ай бұрын
Nu kan vi göra som Ryssland o hävda våran rätt till vissa områden. Vi har ju historiska rättigheter.
Moiäijä NSV
Moiäijä NSV 3 ай бұрын
Nej tack😅🇫🇮
Dizzla 2 ай бұрын
Ryssland, Israel etc är bara att välja och vraka😅
Leon 2 ай бұрын
Helt rätt🇸🇪🇸🇪🇸🇪🇸🇪
Kjell Andersson
Kjell Andersson 2 ай бұрын
Eller som USA, hävda vår rätt till alla möjliga områden utan några som helst historiska rättigheter 😂
SvenEven 3 ай бұрын
According to Ottar from Hålogaland (visiting king Alfred of Wessex around 890, i.e. 1130 years ago) Norway reached up to about todays Tromsø. He knew, because he lived there. He was also granted the right to tax the Sami-people. One may ask who it was that could grant such rights to his underlings? Ottar (in English Othere) told king Alfred about Norway, and he also knew of the Svear and Daner and the Kvener (swedes, danes and finns) and where they lived! He also visited the Bjarmer (present day Russia) and gave king Alfred a gift he had purchased from the people he met in Bjarmeland. Actually he understood the languages of the Bjarmer because they spoke a language very similar to the Samis. At that time it was a group closely related to the Sami that lived along the shore of the White Sea (as we call it). Maybe the most important thing was that he told king Alfred that he was a Norwegian that came from Norway, and he also tried to explain how the Norwegians differed from the neigbouring countries of Svear and Daner.
hmsilset Hans
hmsilset Hans 3 ай бұрын
Bra forklart :) Jeg tror det mangler en kort men spesiell hendelse i 1644 eller noe. Vanskelig å finne info.
Cecilia Richter
Cecilia Richter 3 ай бұрын
So interesting! My family name is Richter and I have tried to figure out how I have this German name. I have traced my ancestry back to Uppsala in the middle of 1600. Then the traces are not clear. There are soldiers with the name Richter who fled the Russians from the Baltics. I would really appreciate if anyone could help me find out more.
ottosaxo 3 ай бұрын
The Thirty Years War was the first great mixer of the European nations. Half of Germany was occupied by Swedish troops around 1650, though vast parts were devastated and almost depopulated. Following the retreating troops to Sweden wouldn't have been a bad choice. Some parts of the country had even been annexed by Sweden, their citizens became subjects of the Swedish kingdom.
Hallonbot 3 ай бұрын
Utmärkt sammanfattning, och fint att inte bara visa gränsförändringarna utan även ge litet kontext vid varje årtal. Apropå pantsättningen av Wismar 1803 så var det ju en pantsättning på 100 år. Sverige hade kunnat lösa in lånet 1903 och återfått provinsen, även om det varit dyrt, bisarrt och onödigt.
erbeilas 3 ай бұрын
Onödigt, ja kanske, men fatta hur annorlunda hela 1900-talet hade blivit...
ItsMichaelNilsson24 3 ай бұрын
Grymt bra video och väldigt detaljrik sammanfattning. Tusen tack!!
Mats A
Mats A 3 ай бұрын
Thanks a lot for a very informative and pedagogical video.
Mats Jönsson
Mats Jönsson Ай бұрын
"If liberty means anything at all, it means the right to tell people what they do not want to hear" - George Orwell
Marcel Halža
Marcel Halža 3 ай бұрын
Hi. I actually don't understand the language, but as a slovak speaker, the word ,,sveriges,, catched my eyes. It is wery similar to SEVER whitch means north (eng). SVERNIK could be translated as : Northerner. This is also in other slavic languages.
Alfatejp Blind
Alfatejp Blind 3 ай бұрын
According to Wiktionary, север is etymologically related to the english word "shower". Interesting.
4Trainzer4 2 жыл бұрын
Hade varit roligt om du tog med svenska kolonier samtidigt som de facto var svenska områden :)
Minepro306 4 ай бұрын
Jonas Holmqvist
Jonas Holmqvist 6 жыл бұрын
Mycket välgjort och intressant, youtube behöver fler videor som denna!
Academia Cervena
Academia Cervena 6 жыл бұрын
Tack så mycket!
OREO KJEKS 3 жыл бұрын
Now i see why your norwegian pronounciation is so good (Still kinda sounds like a swede tho). Because of your good american english accent i thought that you actually was american. I loved the vid my fellow scandinavian
Free Falling
Free Falling 3 ай бұрын
This is Swedish
OREO KJEKS 3 ай бұрын
@Free Falling I know. Don't really remember why I commented this over 2 years ago. I might have commented on a different video here by a mistake. He has a really good video on the Norwegian language. Either that or I complemented his pronouciation of Norwegian territories. :3
OREO KJEKS 3 ай бұрын
@Free Falling After rereading my comment many times, I can say that I meant that his Norwegian pronounciation (in a different video) made sense to be good after learning (through this video) that he's swedish. Before this I thought he was an native english speaking American.
Okaro 4 жыл бұрын
Satakunta is currently Satakunta in Swedish also. It is a translation of Hundare (Hundred in English) i.e. an area that would raise a hundred soldiers.
Academia Cervena
Academia Cervena 4 жыл бұрын
The way I have understood it is that Satakunta is used for the modern province, while Satakunda is still preferred for the historical province. The latter is the name I am most familiar with in historical contexts, personally. A quick google search makes me wonder if anyone really knows... Uppslagsverket Finland uses 'Satakunta' for both the modern and the historical province, while Mediespråk mentions 'Satakunda' as an 'outdated/historical form' but also notes that 'Satakunta' is used "for modern situations". Swedish wikipedia uses Satakunta for the modern province, and Satakunda for the historical one.
Miguel Lindstrom
Miguel Lindstrom 9 ай бұрын
Hundred counties.
Sampo Honkala
Sampo Honkala 3 ай бұрын
Kunta is a municipality, so Satakunta could refer to a hundred municipalities. But as Finnish is a weird language, the meaning is totally different. It is more like a company of a hundred, a group of a hundred. A good comparison is 'venekunta' which means the crew of a boat. Or 'lautakunta' which means a board or a jury. Literally satakunta also means 'about a hundred' or 'roughly a hundred' but that is hardly the historic meaning of the word.
Dave Strasburg
Dave Strasburg Ай бұрын
Valdigt interessant! Som en finsk-amerikan med svensk ursprung, allting med Sverige intresserar mig.
Joe M.
Joe M. Жыл бұрын
Thank god there's an actual English subtitle, to whoever translated, whether it be the creator or a random person I shall worship you.
Historiepodden Жыл бұрын
Bra berättat! :)
Klusty 3 ай бұрын
DoctorMarvel92 4 жыл бұрын
I have recently discover, that my great grandfather was born in Småland. And myself are finnish in 3rd generation
Alfonso Muskedunder
Alfonso Muskedunder 2 ай бұрын
likte denne vedlig godt, presis, og oversiktelig! 👌
CU Ай бұрын
Tavasland has been much longer there(1150 year.). Metal decting finds has proved that near Tampere area there has been much population.
Tomas Gradin
Tomas Gradin Ай бұрын
Fast du glömde berätta vad som hände med Wismar: 1903 beslutade man att inte lösa panten (som hade varit på 100 år), varpå staden slutligt övergick i tysk ägo.
Fredrik Rönning
Fredrik Rönning 2 ай бұрын
imponerande tydlighet 👌
Felix 2 жыл бұрын
Väldigt bra förklarat
Soft white wings
Soft white wings 2 жыл бұрын
Tack! Så intressant!
eriknoworries 3 ай бұрын
Älskade Sverige!
Benke 2 ай бұрын
bra gjort, tydligt och intressant.
Mr Daniel
Mr Daniel 2 жыл бұрын
trevlig video fortsätt
Bedinsis 2 жыл бұрын
Var det inte någon fästning i Åländska skärgården som finnarna råkade bygga på den svenska sidan av en ö i modern tid, som fick kompenseras av att Sverige fick mark från finska sidan av ön? (vilket förvisso är en historisk fotnot men trots allt är en gränsförändring).
Academia Cervena
Academia Cervena 2 жыл бұрын
Skäret heter Märket. Ryssland byggde en fyr på den svenska sidan 1885 utan att någondera part verkar ha reflekterat över det, vilket ledde till en gränsjustering hundra år senare.
Herman Ortiz
Herman Ortiz 3 ай бұрын
Det er en bra video , hilsen fra Norge
Anders Gether Sørensen
Anders Gether Sørensen 3 ай бұрын
You do not take into account that after the Danish/German war in 1864, when Denmark lost the entire land area from Kolding down to Hamburg, there were negotiations between Germany and Sweden about dividing the remains of Denmark between them. Sweden was to get Zealand and Funen as well as Bornholm, and Germany was to have Jutland. The argument was that Denmark had become too small an independent state. It didn't come to fruition due to protests from e.g. Russia that did not want Sweden to control entry to the Baltic Sea. Denmark then got a piece of land back after World War 1 in a referendum which Hitler accepted.
jatojo 7 күн бұрын
There seems to be quite a lot of misunderstandings in what you’re saying here
V3K1tg 2 жыл бұрын
I never knew you were Swedish (I don’t even know if you are speaking Swedish but probably yes because this is a video about Sweden)
Philippe Rubiano
Philippe Rubiano 3 жыл бұрын
Genialisk video!!
Kasper Жыл бұрын
Tack för denna video!
SAMURAJ22 Ай бұрын
Intressant, Det där visste jag inte så i detalj. Thanks allot friends, 🙏👍🙂🇸🇪
Kevin Spee
Kevin Spee 3 жыл бұрын
So why didnt you visualize the colonies? Ive always been fascinated that Denmark and Sweden had colonial empires
Ylva Gustafsson
Ylva Gustafsson 2 жыл бұрын
Sweden, Norway, Finland and Russia are still colonizing Sápmi. Denmark are still ”owner” of Greenland.
dschledermann 3 ай бұрын
@ylvagustafsson1242 very much not. Greenland has a lot of independence. It's only really within foreign politics that Denmark sets policies. Most internal stuff is completely up the Greenlandic government.
AdamW - Karma Believer
AdamW - Karma Believer 3 ай бұрын
At least for Sweden’s part using the term ‘Colonial Empire’ is really an exaggeration.
Sir Coloniser
Sir Coloniser 2 жыл бұрын
It’s weird listening to Germanic languages as a Brit, it’s like you can understand what he’s saying but don’t know what the words mean
PALKKI TT 2 жыл бұрын
English is a Germanic languag too.
The Big B Animation co.
The Big B Animation co. 3 ай бұрын
That was great! Thanks.
Swedish Patriot
Swedish Patriot 7 ай бұрын
8:04 The Boss when you fight him 0:09 The Boss when you unlock him as a playable character
Viking cowboy
Viking cowboy 3 ай бұрын
Underbar history lektion, mycket lärorikt, tack,
bodychoke 3 ай бұрын
Dags för svensklektionen för dig nu då.
susboi 5 ай бұрын
Why do I somehow understand this without subtitles?
IZMyTube Pöyristely
IZMyTube Pöyristely 3 ай бұрын
10:40 If Finland had agreed to the territorial changes demanded by Stalin, in order to get St. Petersburg a safety zone, would this perhaps have been sufficient? Savonlinna's Olavi castle would still be a border fortress. This is related to speculation so that Finland's drift into the winter war could have been avoided?
Marjaana Nivala
Marjaana Nivala 3 ай бұрын
Read about Hitler-Stalin pact 1939 and about the secret division of spheres of interest between Nazi-Germany and the Soviet Union in this Pact: For example Finland belonged to the sphere of interest of the Soviet Union and according to it the Soviet Union attacked Finland in November 1939 (the Winter War). If it would have been question about giving some minor pieces of Finnish territory to the Soviet Union, why for example did Stalin built up a whole "Finnish government" in the Soviet Union for Finland led by an emigrant Finnish communist to be used to replace the democratic government of Finland in Finland OR why did the Soviet Union attack against Finland at the same time from Hanko to Petsamo= against the whole long eastern border of Finland OR why did Shostakovitsh compose a symphony to be played in Helsinki after the Red Army would have occupied the capital of Finland, Helsinki, & the whole country of Finland, IF the question would have been giving SOME LITTLE PIECES OF FINNISH TERRITORY NEAR THE SOVIET UNION BORDER TO THE SOVIET UNION?
IZMyTube Pöyristely
IZMyTube Pöyristely 3 ай бұрын
@Marjaana Nivala We'll never know that. However, the family background of the then foreign minister Erkko is known. Finland's situation was different compared to other Lilliputian countries conquered by the Soviet Union. Would Finland have been able to give security guarantees and stay out of the war?
Marjaana Nivala
Marjaana Nivala 3 ай бұрын
@IZMyTube Pöyristely My questions were rhetoric. It is clear that the Soviet Union tried to occupy the whole country of Finland and make it a part of the Soviet Union as it had already done to the eastern part of Poland ( Nazi-Germany had occupied the western part of Poland) and as the Soviet Union did to Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia for example ACCORDING TO WHAT HITLER AND STALIN HAD AGREED IN HITLER-STALIN PACT EARLIER IN AUGUST 1939. Surely there were then also such people who believed in Soviet propaganda or did not want to believe that territorial demands presented by the Soviet Union were only like a smoke screen hiding the real purpose of occupying Finland by Stalin. This matter, however, became clear to so many Finnish people when the Finnish people watched what happened to ALL THE THREE INDEPENDENT BALTIC STATES WHEN THEY AGREED WITH THE SOVIET UNION TO GIVE MILITARY BASES FROM THEIR COUNTRIES ASKED BY THE SOVIET UNION AND HOW THEY LOST THEIR INDEPENDENCE AFTER THAT. The Finnish people did not want the same. When the Winter War broke, even many foreign correspondents in other western democrcies considered that Finland would collapse and be occupied very soon as had done to the Baltic states, but it did NOT HAPPEN. FINLAND kept it's independence before, during and after the WW II and the capital of Finland, Helsinki, was one of the three capitals of European countries which took part of that war and were NOT occupied: the others were London and Moscow.All glory, praise, thanksgiving and worship only to God the Father forever! With the love of the Lord Jesus Christ, Miss Marjaana Nivala, a Christian from Finland, the land of my fathers
IZMyTube Pöyristely
IZMyTube Pöyristely 3 ай бұрын
@Marjaana Nivala I don't think Sweden was occupied? ”Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact” I think the contract you refer to is not valid in this context. Those Lilliputian states could not be trusted to provide a security guarantee for the expansion of Nazi Germany, which was seen as the war continued. You have to remember that Finland lost the war and the Soviet Union never properly attacked Finland because it was urgent to get to Berlin to end the war and declare itself the winner.
LimeGreenLive Жыл бұрын
Bästa videon någonsin
Swizz 2 жыл бұрын
As one Swede once told me: Svenska Estland är det bästa Estland :)
Mell 3 ай бұрын
Estonia was very rich part of Sweden, sweden was lucky that Estonian nobility wanted to join Sweden. Even today, Sweden would be happy to have Estonia as Estonians are smarter and more progressive than Swedes.
Alfatejp Blind
Alfatejp Blind 3 ай бұрын
​@Mell > Estonia was very rich Literally consisted of a feudal hellhole with impoverished practically enslaved native serfs ruled by colonizing germans >Estonian nobility I don't know about you but I would not bestow the title of Estonian on people who had "von" in their surnames, spoke german, launched crusades, and looked down on and oppressed your nation for centuries >Even today Sweden would be happy to have Estonia Bro... Do you not want independence or what? And btw, most Swedes can't even place Estonia on a map >Estonians are smarter and more progressive than Swedes I dunno about that one bro
Mell 3 ай бұрын
@Alfatejp Blind look at PISA score tests, startups per capita, etc. I havent said anything about wanting to go under Swedish rule. Dont put words into mouth. Sweden itseld had serfdom ( as whole europe in that matter ) at the time, so your information is irrelevant. I was talking about region itself. Stop using illogical demagogy.
pink baby crocs
pink baby crocs 2 ай бұрын
@Alfatejp Blind I'm not arguing with you on the rest but you're kind of stepping on your own point with the last two statements haha
Alfatejp Blind
Alfatejp Blind 2 ай бұрын
@pink baby crocs haha what do you mean bro
Arthur Sandomine
Arthur Sandomine 3 ай бұрын
Föredömlig video!
Timo Lehtinen
Timo Lehtinen 3 ай бұрын
There was a time when Sweden was a part of Finland.
king wadani
king wadani 3 жыл бұрын
Fred är bästa som finns i världen. Krig ar onödigt och tråkigt bättre liva med fred. Hoppas hela världen blir fred en vacker dag så folk slipper fly
Car Mo
Car Mo 2 жыл бұрын
Kom bara ihåg att fred inte är motsatsen till krig. Fred under förtryck, med förföljelser och hård beskattning kan vara nästan lika destruktivs som krig.
svenska thule
svenska thule 2 жыл бұрын
om vi inte hade krigat som vi gjorde så hade vi inte haft ett land idag. verkligheten är inte en dans på rosor antingen erövrar man eller så blir man erövrad
Wiz PSy
Wiz PSy 9 ай бұрын
Håller med, så vi slipper dom här 👍
tack, bra att veta
Dan 3 ай бұрын
The video would not in any shape or form - with it's description of history - qualify in the category of "academic". There are to many mistakes in factual history when it comes to time setting and even completely ignoring several acts of war from the Swedish side.
Bongo Bong
Bongo Bong 5 жыл бұрын
The 1150 borders are pretty much an erronous fantasy. Värmland was not swedish until around 1200 or later. Same with the area around Gothenburg. A lot of unhistorical bold claims in the beginning. You need to skip ahead to about 1260 - after that it is quite alright.
Esbjorn thousand artist
Esbjorn thousand artist 3 ай бұрын
Landsgränsen hade en annan betydelse före EU´s existens.
fellekillen99 7 ай бұрын
Jag tycker det är dags att vi börjar expandera igen
Maria 6 ай бұрын
Gunn-Britts Lag och Etik
Gunn-Britts Lag och Etik 3 ай бұрын
@Maria De coolt
Alfatejp Blind
Alfatejp Blind 3 ай бұрын
Putin grindset?
Militärsnack Ай бұрын
Katja Seppänen
Katja Seppänen Жыл бұрын
The circumstances were NOT unclear when Finland was incorporated into Sweden. Sweden had a crusade. Or a few of them over the years. The purpose was to turn Finland into Christianity by sword. And conveniently using Christianity as an excuse take advantage of the riches: fur and salmon etc. As Finland at the time was not a political entity as such it was not without structure. There were strong territorial tribes that governed the land. (0:48-1:45). In Häme (Tavastland/Tavastia) there is a lake called Regret lake (Katumajärvi, Hämeenlinna). When the Swedish came and baptized the Häme people (be baptized or beheaded) many did get baptized. But after the Swedes turned their backs the Häme people 'washed' the baptizm away in that lake. Häme people are still known as stubborn and quiet to this day. :D
Bo Ek
Bo Ek 6 ай бұрын
I don't know the details but i know enough to not disagree. That was how "politics" functioned at that time.
laengan 3 ай бұрын
This have to disagree a bit. Sure, history books may tell whatever crusades about some fur and fish. But please do not use the word incorporate. I am a finn, and we live in the Nordics. Some may call me a viking, but that is another story.
Sampo Honkala
Sampo Honkala 3 ай бұрын
That is the traditional explanation used by the Fennoman movement in the 1800's to make Finland look like something entirely separate from Sweden. In reality there is very little to no evidence of any such crusades. Finns were already Christians and joined the Swedish crown basically exactly the same way as the provinces on the other side of the Gulf of Bothnia. We are Sweden.
Alfatejp Blind
Alfatejp Blind 3 ай бұрын
@Sampo Honkala "We are Sweden" I don't even think I should have to tell a Finn this as a Swede but bro... Come on... What's with the weird suecophilia in the comment section of this video?
Sampo Honkala
Sampo Honkala 3 ай бұрын
@Alfatejp Blind Back in the 1800's during the national romantic movement Finland had to dig up every possible reason to claim that Finland was a separate unity, to the point of launching Sweden-Finland as the name of the country and telling about the glorious days of Sweden - Finland before the Russian era. Although Finland formed a considerable portion of the territory of the kingdom, politically it did not form an equivalent to Sweden but was only a part of it. I refer to that when I write we are Sweden. We no longer need that exaggerated explanation of the history of Finland; we already have a hundred year history as an independent, sovereign country and indeed as a successful country. Therefore we re-evaluate and even rewrite the history to be more accurate and neutral - the traditional history writing served as a tool to promote the idea of Finnish independence and the spirit of uniqueness. In reality Finland did not politically differ that much from other parts of Sweden; the difference was the ethnicity and language of the population. Even about ethnicity the science gives more accurate information and we obviously are more Scandinavian than expected - also a sign of being quite far integrated into the Swedish society. Of course at the same time we also claim our part of the Swedish success. "Mine, said the Finn about Stockholm" is a hunorous way of expressing that thought, and being an old proverb it also shows that the Finns had a clear idea of how the things were in reality.
Loki 76
Loki 76 3 ай бұрын
LR Brorsson
LR Brorsson 2 ай бұрын
minecraft gaming
minecraft gaming 5 ай бұрын
Academia cerava jag älskar dina videos så mycket
Nils Boll
Nils Boll 2 ай бұрын
Can I get A taxi number?
Can I get A taxi number? 3 ай бұрын
Enkelt men utmärkt.
Leif Fredriksson
Leif Fredriksson 3 ай бұрын
Inte bara Samer, vi Tornedalingar/Kväner fanns där med!
Mosern1977 2 ай бұрын
Veldig interessant som nordmann å se hvordan Sverige ble til og grensene ble slik de er i dag.
unnamed 4 жыл бұрын
And this, my friend, is why KZhome added subtitles
Burnotto 3 ай бұрын
Tack lärorikt till max i denna lagom långa film
Östen Grotell
Östen Grotell 3 ай бұрын
Idellle 6 жыл бұрын
Ardiatma Mardhika
Ardiatma Mardhika 3 жыл бұрын
Artem Solomchenko
Artem Solomchenko 2 жыл бұрын
ничего не понятно, но очень интересно))
Christoffer Den Andre
Christoffer Den Andre 2 ай бұрын
Tänkt om Sverige hade haft kvar sin stormakt då hade säkert större delen av EU pratat svenska.
swedish mapping ball
swedish mapping ball 3 ай бұрын
gillar svensk histora
Stella 3 жыл бұрын
As a norwegian, it's so weird hearing swedish. I was so confused when i saw the title of the video
Linus Wärn
Linus Wärn 2 жыл бұрын
Vad gjorde dig förvirrad?
Edwin yt någon E
Edwin yt någon E 3 жыл бұрын
Glöm inte att på 1650-talet så var Delaware i Nordamerika svenskt
Viper009 13 күн бұрын
Kan du inte göra en film om vilka gränser Sverige hade utanför Europa
Jonas Vogel
Jonas Vogel Жыл бұрын
Sverige fick väl sina nuvarande gränser 1985... Märkets fyr... Var det inte så?
Katarina Ekblom
Katarina Ekblom 2 ай бұрын
vhalkola 2 ай бұрын
Gränsen mellan Finland och Sverige justerades ju 1985, då Finland fick marken omkring Märkets fyr och Sverige ett område med motsvarande yta öster om fyren: sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/M%C3%A4rket
Lisää Nimi
Lisää Nimi 3 ай бұрын
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Tony Nordin
Tony Nordin 6 жыл бұрын
Väldigt intressant! Lägger ut länken på cuzz.
Serpa Hologramsson
Serpa Hologramsson 3 ай бұрын
AftTD 3 жыл бұрын
Oj sverige var litet!
Kenny Wennborg
Kenny Wennborg 14 күн бұрын
"Samernas ursprung I boken reder författarparet också ut samernas ursprung, en grupp som klassas som ett ursprungsfolk. - Dagens samiska män har fädernelinjer som kom hit för omkring tvåtusen år sedan, under järnåldern, säger Peter Sjölund. In- vandringen kom i tre vågor, en från nordvästra Asien,"
Bernt Granbacke
Bernt Granbacke 2 ай бұрын
1150... Samer... Och de som var den härskande klassen: Kvänerna, som också var här innan nomadfolket Samer.
No 1
No 1 3 ай бұрын
The DooD
The DooD 4 жыл бұрын
Everybody chill. There are english subtitles.
j 3 жыл бұрын
i feel like i should know what he's saying and yet i dont i know he's speaking swedish btw
Koppa Dasao
Koppa Dasao 2 ай бұрын
Sildesalaten! Hørt om Foreningen for gjennkjøp av Sverige, län for län?
Y 5 жыл бұрын
subtitles in swedish maybe?
Emil Forsberg
Emil Forsberg 4 жыл бұрын
There are subtitels in both english and Swedish. You just have to turn them on
Björn Gustafsson
Björn Gustafsson 2 жыл бұрын
8:09 Laughs in Stormaktssverige
pullibo 2 ай бұрын
Tak alle i hop :)
Alexander Lozhkin
Alexander Lozhkin 3 ай бұрын
А разве Ваза не правили Польшей в 17 веке?
TheCockization 6 жыл бұрын
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