Scandinavian generational history

Awakening eras, crisis eras, crisis wars, generational financial crashes, as applied to historical and current events
Post Reply
jmm1184
Posts: 115
Joined: Fri Dec 24, 2010 11:02 pm

Scandinavian generational history

Post by jmm1184 »

Hi everyone!

I was wondering if anyone had information on the generational cycles for Scandinavia prior to WWII.

The most recent crisis wars for those countries seem to be WWII for Norway, Denmark, and Iceland, likely WWI for Finland, and possibly WWII for Sweden. Though I've always wondered if WWII was really a crisis war for Sweden since they were neutral the whole time.

Regardless, there were no wars waged by Norway or Sweden in between the Napoleonic Wars and WWII. Denmark had a short war with Germany in 1864, so I'm thinking that was Denmark's mid-19th century crisis war, but I'm not sure what the wars for Norway or Sweden would be since they'd have to be proxy crisis wars.

Any thoughts or ideas, especially those with connections to Norway or Sweden?

Post Reply

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 5 guests