Series: Den svenska historien

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Den svenska historien. 1, Från stenålder till vikingatid by Jan Cornell1
Den svenska historien. 2, Från Birger Jarl till Kalmarunionen by Jan Cornell2
Den svenska historien. 3, Kyrka och riddarliv, Karl Knutsson och Sturetiden by Sten Carlsson3
Den svenska historien. 4, Gustav Vasa : riket formas by Jan Cornell4
Den svenska historien. 5, Sverige blir en stormakt by Sten Carlsson5
Den svenska historien. 6, Drottning Kristina : vetenskap och kultur blomstrar by Sten Carlsson6
Den svenska historien. 7, Karl X Gustav, Karl XI : krig och reduktion by Jan Cornell7
Den svenska historien. 8, Karl XII, stormaktens fall, Arvid Horn, fredens general by Jan Cornell8
Den svenska historien. 9, Hattar och mössor, Ostindiska kompaniet by Jan Cornell9
Den svenska historien. 10, Gustav III, en upplyst envåldshärskare by Jan Cornell10
Den svenska historien. 11, Finland förloras, Karl Johan och freden by Jan Cornell11
Den svenska historien. 12, De första Bernadotterna, vårt moderna statsskick växer fram by Jan Cornell12
Den svenska historien. 13, Emigrationen och det industriella genombrottet by Jan Cornell13
Den svenska historien. 14, Från storstrejken 1909 till folkhemspolitik by Jan Cornell14
Den svenska historien. 15, Våra dagars Sverige by Jan Cornell15

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