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Government type:
Democratic, Socialist


Flag of Sweden Sweden is a minor power located in Scandinavia. While being a minor power, it by far exceeds the other scandinavian countries in strength, due to its better manpower and resources. It borders Flag of Norway Norway to the west and north, Flag of Finland Finland to the east and is very close to Flag of Denmark Denmark to the southwest. It is bounded by the Baltic Sea to the south and southeast. While rich in useful resources, it remains sharply constrained by its relatively small population and its pursuit of neutrality, leaving it mostly free to watch the coming storm.

Geography[edit | edit source]

Sweden is located in northern Europe on the Scandinavian peninsular. It mostly consists of flat, arable land in the far south, hills, mountains northwest, and forest. Much of the Swedish land is covered in dense forest, and many large rivers run through the land from the Scandinavian mountains. The Scandinavian Mountains dominate the western side of Sweden and makes up the natural border between Sweden and the neighboring country Flag of Norway Norway. In the far north runs the great river of Torne älv, which is made up of the natural border between Sweden and Flag of Finland Finland. Sweden also borders Flag of Denmark Denmark in the south, with a small overseas connection between Zealand and Skåne.

Swedens capital Stockholm lies to the east and is the only urban area in the state.

Historical Background[edit | edit source]

Despite being aligned with other Democratic nations ideologically, historically Sweden was able to preserve its neutrality during the war. Sweden stayed neutral throughout World War I and II, siding neither with the Axis nor the Allies. But Sweden did let trains carrying German soldiers and supplies go through the country to both Flag of Finland Finland and Flag of Norway Norway (the so-called Permittenttrafik) to avoid getting into a war with the Germans. Sweden was also the biggest supplier of iron ore to Flag of Germany Germany which is often discussed as a potential reason for its successful neutrality, with the metal provided accounting for about 58% of German supplies and 31% of British. The Swedish government allowed British access to its territory to ensure the delivery of the bearings through the German naval blockade. Sweden managed to decrypt the German Geheimfernschreiber(considered more complicated than the famous Enigma machine) in only two weeks in June 1940 and over the course of the war, Sweden spied on German intelligence. In some rare cases, Sweden actively supplied information to the allies about this. The most famous such act was when Sweden provided information to the United Kingdom about the upcoming Operation Barbarossa, the German invasion of the Soviet Union. The British submitted the information further to Stalin who ignored it, with devastating results. Being a neutral country, tens of thousands of Jewish refugees fled to Sweden to escape the Nazi Holocaust.

Events[edit | edit source]

Main article: Swedish events

National Focus[edit | edit source]

Main article: Generic national focus tree

As a minor nation, Sweden uses the generic National Focus Tree, covering Army, Aviation, Naval, Industrial and Political branches.

Technology[edit | edit source]

Sweden begins with several technologies for armor, ships, and aircraft, but no doctrines or industrial technologies. Sweden also begins with 3 research slots available; two more can be unlocked through the National Focus tree.

Technology 1936
Army Technology Naval Technology Man the Guns Air Technology Electronics & Industry
  • Ag m/42 (Infantry Eq. I)
  • Engineer Company I
  • Recon Company I
  • Strv m/31 (Light Tank I)
  • 10.5 cm m/34 (Towed Artillery I)
  • 20mm m/40 (Towed Anti-Air I)
  • 1936 Destroyer Hull
    • Depth Charges I
  • Early Cruiser Hull
    • 70mm Belt/30mm Deck (Cruiser Armor II)
  • 1936 Submarine Hull
    • 3x 533mm Torpedo Tubes (Torpedo Tubes I)
  • Naval Gunnery
    • 12cm/45 Bofors M24 (Light Battery I)
    • 15.2cm/50 Bofors M03 (Light Cruiser Battery I)
    • 20.8cm/44 Bofors M98 (Medium Battery I)
    • 28.3cm/45 Bofors M12 (Heavy Battery I)
  • Casemate Secondary Battery
    • 152mm/44 Bofors M98 (Secondary Battery I)
  • Contact Mine
    • Minelaying Submarine
  • 25mm/64 Bofors M32 (Anti-Air II)
  • Transport Ship
  • ASJA SA-14 Jaktfalken (Inter-war Fighter)
  • SAAB Northrop A-17 8A-1 (CAS I)
  • Saab T18 (Naval Bomber I)
    • Carrier Bomber I
  • CVM Fokker C.V S/J-3 (Inter-war Bomber)
  • None
  • None
  • None
  • None
Without Man the Guns
  • Göteborg Class Destroyer II
  • Fylgia Class Light Cruiser I
  • Sverige Class Heavy Cruiser I
  • Hajen Class Submarine I
    • Upgraded Draken Class
  • Transports I

Interestingly, with Man the Guns, Sweden starts with the 1936 Cruiser hull available in its production tab even though it does not have it researched, and as such, lacks the 1936 cruiser engine.

Cosmetic names[edit | edit source]

Sweden has many unique cosmetic names for its equipment, listed here.

Infantry & motorized techs
Type 1918 1936 1938 1939 1940 1941 1942 1943 1944
Infantry Equipment Mauser M/38 Ag m/42 kpist m/37-39 Kpist m/45
Motorized Scania-Vabis
Mechanized NA NA m/42 KP
Armor techs
Tech year Amphibious Man the Guns Light (TD/SPG/AA) Medium (TD/SPG/AA) Modern (TD/SPG/AA) Heavy (TD/SPG/AA) Super-Heavy (TD/SPG/AA)
1918 Strv m/21
1934 Strv m/31 Tstrv m/34
1936 NA (Pvkv IVA / NA / Lvkv L-62)
1939 NA (Pvkv II / Pav m/43 / Lvkv L-62 II)
1941 Strv m/40 (Pvkv IVB / NA / Lvkv fm/43) Strv m/42 (Pvkv m/43 / Sav m/43 / NA) Tstrv m/41
1943 Strv m/45 (Pvkv III / Ikv 73 / NA) Tstrv m/43 Tstrv m/44
1945 Strv 81 (NA / Ikv m/53 / Lvkv m/49)
Artillery techs
Tech year Anti-Air Artillery Rocket Artillery Anti-Tank
1934 10.5 cm m/34
1936 20mm m/40 Bofors 37mm
1939 10,5 cm Haubits m/40
1940 40 mm lvakan m/36 57mm pvkan.
1942 12 cm Haubits m/14
1943 8 cm luftvärnskanon m/30 75mm pvkan m/43
Aircraft techs
Tech Year Close Air Support (Carrier) Fighter (Carrier) Naval Bomber (Carrier) Heavy Fighter Tactical Bomber Strategic Bomber Scout Plane
1933 ASJA SA-14 CVM S/J-3
1936 SAAB A-17 8A-1 P-35 J9 SAAB T18 NA Ju-86K NA
1940 SAAB B-17 Re.2000 J12 NA NA SAAB B18A NA
Jet Engine Technology
1945 SAAB 21R NA
1950 SAAB 32 NA NA

Politics[edit | edit source]

Sweden is walking a fine line, remaining clear of Democratic entanglements on the European continent while safeguarding its own strict neutrality. Sweden's government faces elections every 4 years.

With the Waking the Tiger Waking the Tiger expansion, Sweden has two special Decisions to form either the Flag of Nordic League Nordic Council - which is shared with the other nations that make up the Council - or to restore the old Kalmar Union and create Flag of Scandinavia Scandinavia once Norway and Denmark are under Swedish control, possibly as a stepping stone to the Council later on.

National spirits[edit | edit source]

Sweden starts with two National Spirits:

En Svensk Tiger icon
En Svensk Tiger
  • Ideology drift defense: +10%
  • Justify wargoal time on us: +10%
If Sweden is to be like a tiger on the prowl then those who spy on us must not know what we do. In these time of conflict and strife it is the patriotic duty of every Swede to keep silent.
Neutral Foreign Policy icon
Neutral Foreign Policy
  • Join faction tension limit: +100%
  • Send volunteers tension limit: +20%
  • Guarantee tension limit: +100%
  • AI Modifier: Threat receptivity: +1%
  • AI Modifier: Desire to be in or expand a faction: −100
Neutrality is sometimes viewed as a craven stance, but this nation trusts that when the dust settles, those who didn't take sides may be better off than those who did.

Laws[edit | edit source]

The nation starts with the following laws:

Conscription Law Economy Law Trade Law
Volunteer Only.png Volunteer Only
  • 1.5% Recruitable population
Civilian Economy.png Civilian Economy
  • 35% Consumer Goods factories
  • –30% Factory construction speed
  • +30% Factory (type) conversion cost
  • –40% Fuel gain per oil
  • –25% Fuel capacity
Export Focus.png Export Focus
  • 50% Resources to market
  • +5% Research speed
  • +10% Factory/Dockyard output
  • +10% Construction speed
  • +20% Civilian intelligence to others
  • +10% Navy intelligence to others

Ruling party[edit | edit source]

democracy Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti (Democratic)

Striving for equality and a socialist state by reformist means, democratic socialism aims to abolish or mitigate the effects of capitalism with public mandate.

Traits[edit | edit source]

  • No Can’t prepare war goals against countries that have caused no World Tension
  • No Can’t puppet countries in a peace conference
  • No Can't declare war on the same ideology without a war goal
  • Yes Can guarantee nations of other ideologies
  • Yes Can lower World Tension by issuing Guarantees
  • Take states cost: +25%
  • Annex cost: +50%

World tension limits[edit | edit source]

  • Generate war goal : 100%
  • Join faction: 80%
  • Lend-lease: 50%
  • Send volunteers: 50%
  • Guarantee: 25%

Political parties[edit | edit source]

Political Party Ideology Popularity Party Leader Country Name Is It Ruling?
Bondeförbundet neutrality Non-Aligned 14% Axel Pehrsson-Bramstorp Kingdom of Sweden No
Sveriges socialdemokratiska arbetareparti democracy Democratic 75% Per Albin Hansson Sweden Yes
Sveriges kommunistiska parti communism Communist 8% Sven Linderot Folkhemmet No
Nationalsocialistiska arbetarepartiet fascism Fascist 3% Sven Olov Lindholm Svea Rike No

Staff and designers[edit | edit source]

These are choices of advisors and design companies for Sweden. Unless otherwise noted choices for designers are restricted to generics like "Light Air Company" or "Industrial Concern".

Political Advisors
Advisor Type Effect Cost (Political Power)
Thorwald Bergquist Compassionate Gentleman
  • Improve relations opinion: +15%
Östen Undén Silent Workhorse
  • Political Power Gain: +15%
Ernst Wigforss Captain of Industry
  • Civilian Factory construction speed: +10%
  • Infrastructure construction speed: +10%
  • Refinery construction speed: +10%
Tage Erlander Democratic Reformer
  • Daily Democracy Support: +0.10
Hilding Hagberg Communist Revolutionary
  • Daily Communism Support: +0.10
Per Engdahl Fascist Demagogue
  • Daily Fascism Support: +0.10
Armor Designers
Designer Type Effect Cost(Political Power)
AB Landsverk Tank Designer
  • Armor research speed: +15%
  • Armor reliability: +5%
Ship Designers
Designer Type Effect Cost(Political Power)
Marinverkstäderna Coastal Defense Fleet Designer
  • Naval Research Speed: +15%
  • All Ship Types:
    • Production Cost: -25%
    • Max Range: -50%
  • Carrier:
    • Deck Size: -20%
  • Capital Ship:
    • Armor: -20%
    • Heavy Attack: -20%
AB Götaverken Atlantic Fleet Designer
  • Naval Research Speed: +15%
  • Carrier:
    • Armor: +50%
    • HP: +10%
  • Capital Ship:
    • Armor: +10%
    • Heavy Attack: +10%
Kockums Raiding Fleet Designer
  • Naval Research Speed: +15%
  • All Ship Types:
    • Surface Visibility: -10%
    • Max Speed: +10%
  • Carrier:
    • Deck size: -10%
  • Capital Ship:
    • Naval firepower: -10%
  • Submarine:
    • Sub Visibility: -10%
Materiel Designers
Designer Type Effect Cost(Political Power)
Bofors Artillery Designer
  • Artillery Research Speed: +15%
  • Artillery Support & Line Reliability: +20%
Husqvarna Vapenfabriks AB Infantry Equipment Designer
  • Weapons and Equipment Research Speed: +15%
Scania-Vabis Motorized Equipment Designer
  • Motorization Research Speed: +15%
Designer Type Effect Cost(Political Power)
Helge Jung Military Theorist
  • Army Experience Gain: +0.05 daily
  • Land Doctrine Research Speed: +10%
Erik Palmstierna Naval Theorist
  • Naval Experience Gain: +0.05 daily
  • Naval Doctrine Research Speed: +10%

Economy[edit | edit source]

Sweden begins with a wealth of metals but very little Aluminum, no Oil and no Rubber. While much is traded away, there is still a lot of Tungsten and Chromium to go around. Steel is generally plentiful.

Oil.pngOil Rubber.png Rubber Steel.pngSteel Aluminum.pngAluminium Tungsten.pngTungsten Chromium.pngChromium
0 0 187 3 56 35

Industry[edit | edit source]

Sweden has a small industrial base to start with.

Factories 1936
Military factory
3 Military Factories
Naval dockyard
3 Naval Dockyards
Civilian factory
10 Civilian Factory

Military[edit | edit source]

In 1936, Sweden starts with 12 total divisions, with an unusual set of Division Templates. 6 Divisions are classified as "militia" Infantry, consisting of 2 infantry battalions and 2 cavalry battalions. Joining these are 5 Regular divisions consisting of 6 infantry battalions backed up by support artillery, engineering and recon companies. Joining these is the lone 3-battalion Cavalry Division along with its recon support company. The navy is spread along the southern coastline, consisting of 7 Destroyers, 9 Heavy Cruisers, 2 Light Cruisers and 10 Submarines. Sweden's relatively small air force consists of 36 CAS, 30 Fighters and 12 Naval Bombers. Remaining recruitable Manpowermanpower is at 27.76K at the 1936 starting date. All divisions are suffering from severe equipment shortages.

Army[edit | edit source]

1936[edit | edit source]

11 Infantry.pngInfantry Divisions 1 Cavalry.pngCavalry Division

Manpower.png Manpower Used: 63.0K

1939[edit | edit source]

11 Infantry.pngInfantry Divisions 1 Cavalry.pngCavalry Division

Manpower.png Manpower Used: 63.0K

Name Commander skill.pngSkill Trait attack.pngATK Trait defense.pngDEF Trait planning.pngPLN Trait logistics.pngLOG Traits
Erik af Edholm 4 4 1 4 4 Hill FighterHill Fighter
Folke Högberg 3 1 3 3 3 CommandoCommando
Division composition list
Division Name list Support companies Combat battalions
NATO infantry.png Arméfördelning Infantry Artillery, Engineer, Cavalry Recon 6x Infantry
NATO infantry.png Militärområde Garrison 2x Infantry, 2x Cavalry, 1x Infantry^
NATO cavalry.png Kavalleribrigaden Cavalry Cavalry Recon 3x Cavalry
NATO light tank.png Pansarregemente Armored Cavalry Recon 3x Light Tank
* marks a company or division that is removed in the 1939 start.

^ marks a company or division that is only available in the 1939 start.

Navy[edit | edit source]

1936[edit | edit source]

9 Heavy Cruiser.png Heavy Cruisers 2 Light Cruiser.png Light Cruisers 7 Destroyer.png Destroyers 10 Submarine.png Submarines

Total: 28 Ships

Manpower.png Manpower Used: 22.55K

1939[edit | edit source]

9 Heavy Cruiser.png Heavy Cruisers 2 Light Cruiser.png Light Cruisers 10 Destroyer.png Destroyers 15 Submarine.png Submarines

Total: 36 Ships

Manpower.png Manpower Used: 24.52K

Name Commander skill.pngSkill Trait attack.pngATK Trait defense.pngDEF Trait maneuvering.pngMNV Trait coordination.pngCOR Traits
Claes Lindström 4 3 4 3 3 Battleship AdherentBattleship Adherent Blockade RunnerBlockade Runner
Naval units list
Type Class Hull Engine # 1936 Production cost (naval).png 1936 # 1939 Production cost (naval).png 1939 Design note
CA Sverige Coastal Defense Cruiser I 3 3 2x Heavy Cruiser Battery I, Anti-Air I, 2x Secondary Battery I, Cruiser Armor II
CA Oscar II* Coastal Defense Cruiser I 1 1 2x Heavy Cruiser Battery I, Anti-Air I, Secondary Battery I, Cruiser Armor I
CA Äran* Coastal Defense Cruiser I 5 5 Heavy Cruiser Battery I, Anti-Air I, Secondary Battery I, Cruiser Armor II
CL Gotland 1936 Cruiser Cruiser I 1 1 Light Cruiser Battery I, Anti-Air I, Torpedo Launcher I, Minelaying Rails, Floatplane Catapult I
CL Fylgia* Coastal Defense Cruiser I 1 1 2x Light Cruiser Battery I, 2x Anti-Air I, Cruiser Armor I
DD Göteborg 1936 Destroyer Light II 1 3 1 Light Battery I, Anti-Air I, Torpedo Launcher I, Depth Charge I, Minelaying Rails
DD Clas Fleming* 1936 Destroyer Light I 1 1 Light Battery I, 2x Minelaying Rails
DD Ehrensköld* Early Destroyer Light I 4 4 Light Battery I, Anti-Air I, Torpedo Launcher I, Depth Charge I, Minelaying Rails
DD Örnen* Early Destroyer Light I 2 2 Light Battery I
SS Sjölejonet^ 1936 Submarine Submarine II 2 1 Torpedo Tubes II
SS Delfinen*^ 1936 Submarine Submarine I 3 Torpedo Tubes I, Minelaying Tubes
SS Draken 1936 Submarine Submarine I 3 3 3 Torpedo Tubes I
SS Valen* Early Submarine Submarine I 1 1 Torpedo Tubes I, Minelaying Tubes
SS Hajen* Early Submarine Submarine I 6 6 Torpedo Tubes I
* marks a variant as "outdated".

^ marks a variant that is only available in the 1939 start.

Ship type terminology:

  • CV - Carrier
  • SHBB - Super-heavy battleship
  • BB - Battleship
  • BC - Battlecruiser
  • CA - Heavy cruiser
  • CL - Light cruiser
  • DD - Destroyer
  • SS - Submarine

Air Force[edit | edit source]

1936[edit | edit source]

36 CAS.png CAS 12 Naval bomber.png Naval Bombers 30 Fighter c.png Fighters

Manpower.png Manpower Used: 1.56K

1939[edit | edit source]

36 CAS.png CAS 12 Naval bomber.png Naval Bombers 36 Fighter c.png Fighters 36 Tactical bomber.png Tactical Bombers

Manpower.png Manpower Used: 3.12K

Manpower.png Total manpower used in 1936=87.11k

Manpower.png Total manpower used in1939=90.84k

Military Staff[edit | edit source]

These are the Military Staff candidates for appointment in Sweden.

Chief of Army
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Olof Thörnell Old Guard
  • Army Experience Gain: -10%
  • Political Power Gain: +10%
Ivar Holmquist Army Organization (Expert)
  • Division Organization: +8%
Per Sylvan Army Defense (Specialist)
  • Division Defense: +5%
Oscar Nygren Army Drill (Expert)
  • Division training time: -10%
Chief of Navy
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Gösta Ehrensvärd Commerce Raiding (Expert)
  • Commerce Raiding Efficiency: +15%
Charles de Champs Decisive Battle (Expert)
  • Capital Ship Attack: +10%
  • Capital Ship Armor: +10%
  • Screen Attack: +10%
  • Screen Defense: +10%
Fabian Tamm Naval Reformer (Expert)
  • Naval Experience Gain: +10%
Chief of Airforce
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Torsten Friis All-Weather (Expert)
  • Bad Weather Penalty: -20%
Bengt Nordenskiöld Ground Support (Expert)
  • Air Superiority: +10%
Military High Command
Candidate Type I Type II Effects Cost (Political Power)
Axel Rappe Artillery (Expert)
  • Artillery Attack: +15%
  • Artillery Defense: +10%
Archibald Douglas Infantry (Expert)
  • Infantry Division Attack: +10%
  • Infantry Division Defense: +15%
Axel Ljungdahl Bomber Interception (Expert)
  • Interception attack: +3%
  • Interception defense: +3%
  • Interception agility: +3%
Helge Strömbäck Fleet Logistics (Expert)
  • Naval max range factor: +10%

Strategies and Guides[edit | edit source]

Strategy The below is one of many player suggested strategies for Sweden. Bear in mind, due to the dynamic nature of the game, it may unfold differently for other players.

Fascist Sweden → Scandinavia → Nordic Empire[edit | edit source]

As of version 1.12.3 (By Blood Alone), Sweden can fairly easily (re)form Scandinavia and eventually proclaim Nordic Unity and - if one is lucky - without being dragged into the 2nd World War, doing so however can be somewhat a race against the clock.

Start off by taking the focus "Political Effort", then choose the fascist political advisor Per Engdahl and eventually become fascist. After this you can chose whichever focuses you feel like though expanding your industry via the generic focus tree is a good option.

While slowly becoming fascist, make sure to construct civil and military factories as well as naval dockyards, Sweden has a decent navy but if playing the long game, a much stronger navy is a must, in particular if participating in the 2nd World War. You should also not disband your current fleets, but should station them it in Malmö (the southern tip of Sweden just east of Copenhagen), it can be given an exercise order but will most likely deplete your fuel stockpile unless you find enough people to buy oil from. As for military you can make do with 20 width infantry with support engineers, recon, artillery, anti-air, and anti-tank - not a particularly good combination but a decent "jack of all trades", but you should make sure you have at least 12 by the time you declare war on Denmark, however keep training more!

The next step - once fascist - is to save up 120 political power points and fabricate a war goal on both Denmark and Norway, The reason for this is in part to save time, and in part if you begin fabricating a claim on Norway after conquering Denmark some one - usually France or England, but occasionally the Czech Republic - will guarantee Norway. Of your 12 armies you should make 5 naval invasions, 2 on Funen (the island in the middle with the city of Odense) and 3 on the east coast of Jutland (the peninsular to the west). These should be ready by the time the war goal has been fabricated, you can - with some advantage - wait until the very last moment for the war goal to expire to declare war on Denmark. This makes it less likely someone will guarantee Norway while that war goal is being fabricated. Once the war begins move your fleets into Kattegat and initiate the naval invasions and use the naval invasion forces to conquer all of Denmark EXCEPT Bornholm (the island south of Sweden), the Atlantic Islands and Copenhagen - the capital. Make an order to hold the line across the strait from Copenhagen and when the rest of Denmark has been conquered make another order to hold the line on the opposite side of Copenhagen. Man each of these lines with 2 units each, the remainder of your force can be moved to the border of Norway and an attack line along the Norwegian coast can be drawn.

Once war is declared on Norway you can take Copenhagen and capitulate Denmark. Take all of their states. Norway is so easy at this point you do not need to micromanage your units and can just let your general do their thing, however many experienced players can probably do better than this. If you are lucky both Denmark and Norway will be capitulated by late 1938, or early 1939, Scandinavia can be formed and you can decide whether or not to join the upcoming war. Do note however that since By Blood Alone, Germany will have "strategic reasons" not to ally Scandinavia once "German interests in Scandinavia" has happened - perhaps even before, this has not been tested by the writer of this guide.

Once Scandinavia is formed - and if you intent to join the war - your number one priority should be to construct coastal forts on the provinces on the Atlantic islands that has a dockyard and units should be stationed there to avoid a naval invasion from the Allies.

If you wish to go further you only need to get Finland in the fold. Keep building various factories and dock yards and expand your army, but to not even think about fabricating a war goal on Finland until after the Winter War (Soviet invasion of Finland) has taken place - otherwise a democratic country will guarantee Finland. This might be a great way to trap the Soviets in a war against the Allies - but it also make things much more complicated for you.

Instead wait until the Winter War has ended, Finland will be in a much weakened position, to fabricate a war goal. Make 10 naval invasions on the southern coast of Finland and station the rest of your army in the north - forcing Finland to fight on two fronts. Once again your general is adequate to defeat Finland without micromanagement. And once again you don't need to do much micromanagement. with Finland annexed you can proclaim the Nordic Empire, lean back and relax, expand your templates to 40 width over time, and perhaps supply the Axis with some lend lease equipment without being an active participant - with some luck.

If you do want to join the war on the side of the Axis, you should try and time it so that you have a war goal on the Soviet Union by mid-1941, just in time for the German invasion.

Achievements[edit | edit source]

Med plutonium... icon
Med plutonium...
Nuke Denmark as Sweden.
Northern Light icon
Northern Light
As a Scandinavian country form your own faction, and have Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland in it.
En Svensk Tiger icon
En Svensk Tiger
As Sweden, acquire a production license for a Tiger or Tiger II tank from Germany.

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