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Professor of military history at the Swedish National Defence College in Stockholm.

Gunnar Åselius

Professor of military history at the Swedish National Defence College in Stockholm. Among his books are The Russian Menace to Sweden (1994) and The Rise and Fall of the Soviet Navy in the Baltic 1921–1941 (2004).

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Articles by Gunnar Åselius

  1. Birth of the Russian Empire. Tenacious retreat of Sweden as a great power

    Pavel Konovalchuk & Einar Lyth, Vägen till Poltava, Slaget vid Lesnaja 1708 [The road to Poltava: The battle of Lesnaya, 1708] Svenskt militärhistoriskt bibliotek Stockholm 2009, 249 pages + Vladimir A. Artamonov Poltavskoye srazhenie K 300 letiyu Poltavskoy pobedy [The engagement at Poltava: In commemoration of the tercentenary of the victory at Poltava] MPPA BIMPBA , Moscow 2009, 640 pages + Valery A. Moltusov Poltava 1709 — vändpunkten [Poltava, 1709: the turning point] Svenskt militärhistoriskt bibliotek, Stockholm 2010, 213 pages + Pavel A. Krotov, Bitva pri Poltave K 300-letnej godovsjtjinje [The Battle of Poltava: On the occasion of the 300th anniversary] Istoricheskaya Illyustratsiya, Saint Petersburg 2009, 397 pages

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