1933 in Sweden

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Events from the year 1933 in Sweden



  • 1933 - Social Democratic Party's Agreement with the Agrarian Party - The Social Democrats evolved from a purely class party to a broader party for ordinary people by the agreement with the Agrarian Party in 1933[1]

Popular culture



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