Sweden's Internment Camps

Sweden's Internment Camps

During the Second World War, the Swedish government operated eight internment camps, where they conducted among other things racial studies. In May 1941, 10 more camps were planned, but towards the end of 1941, the plans were put on ice, and in 1943 the last camp was closed down. All the records were burned.

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