Radio Sweden 2005年3月27日~10月30日 スケジュール表より

Radio Sweden 2005年3月27日~10月30日 スケジュール表より
Radio Sweden 2005年3月27日~10月30日 スケジュール表より
Radio Sweden

27 mars 2005 - 30 oktober 2005
March 27 2005 - October 30 2005

Backåkra the former home of Dag Hammarskjöld. Photo : Position Skåne

Radio Sweden 2005年3月27日~10月30日 スケジュール表より
A year of anniversaries

In 2005 tune into Radio Sweden for in depth coverage of a series of special anniversaries being celebrated around the country. 2005 marks the one hundred year anniversary of the peaceful dissolution of the union of Norway and Sweden.
For almost 100 years between 1814 and 1905, Sweden and Norway were two nations under one king. The Swedish throne won stewardship over Norway, as part of the spoils of the Napoleonic Wars when Sweden, allied against France, was awarded the historically Danish territory of Norway at armistice negotiations in Kiel.

Under the Swedish Crown, Norway was largely independent, having its own parliament and government guaranteed by a Norwegian constitution. But by the early 1900’s nationalistic fervour in both countries became so great that fear of military escalation led to a negotiated break-up.

The centenary of the dissolution and correspondingly, 100 years of Norwegian independence will be celebrated throughout the year in Norway. Dissolution is also being marked in Sweden and Radio Sweden plans to report on the celebrations throughout Spring and Summer 2005.

Centenary Birthday Celebrations
2005 also marks one hundred years since two internationally renowned Swedes were born.
Former Secretary General of the United Nations, Dag Hammarskjöld and Hollywood film legend,
Greta Garbo.
Today Dag Hammarskjöld is remembered for his enormous contribution to the development of the fledgling United Nations. Hammarskjöld was key to the establishment of one of the UN's most important traditions * its role in organising and providing Peacekeeping Forces to conflict areas. An innovation in international diplomacy that we take for granted today.

Tragically Dag Hammarskjöld was killed in 1961 when his aircraft crashed in central Africa during his efforts to mediate in an armed conflict in the Congo.

This year has been designated a special Hammarskjöld centenary year in Sweden. The country will play host to a number of international conferences and ceremonies to celebrate and build upon the Hammarskjold legacy. On July 29th, on the 100th anniversary of Hammarskj6Id‘s birth, Secretary General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, will visit Sweden to attend the special memorial ceremony at the Hammarskjold family estate in Backåkra in southern Sweden. See picture on the frontpage. Radio Sweden will report from the event.

100 years of Swedish Stamps
For philatelists around the world, 2005 promises something extra.
One hundred and fifty years ago, in 1855, Sweden printed its very first standard postage stamps. Swedish post is set to celebrate the anniversary with a series of specially dedicated stamps.
Classical Swedish postage stamps have been objects of desire for many collectors around the world thanks to their graphical design and quality. Tune into Radio Sweden throughout the year for news and features on the anniversary editions in conjunction with Swedish Design Year 2005.

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