SWEDEN: Baltic Prisoner

Sweden last week had to go begging favors of her oldest enemy in Europe. Through the good offices of Berlin a Swedish trade commission arranged to go to Moscow, where the Swedes will be petitioners for some of the commerce they sorely need now that the Nazi seizure of Norway has them boxed in the Baltic. In Stockholm preliminary negotiations for a trade treaty with Germany were completed, to be resumed later in Berlin. This arrangement gave the Germans time to increase their demands, the Swedes time to reflect on their new...

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