Swedish nobility

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  1. Finnish nobility

    Finnish nobility

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  2. Gyllenhaal family

    Gyllenhaal family

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  3. Leijonhufvud family

    Leijonhufvud family

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  4. Swedish noble titles

    Swedish noble titles

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  5. Swedish royalty

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  6. Swedish countesses

    Swedish countesses

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  7. Swedish counts

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  8. Swedish noble families

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  9. Swedish unintroduced nobility

    Swedish unintroduced nobility

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  10. Swedish duchesses

    Swedish duchesses

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  1. Maggie Gyllenhaal

    Maggie Gyllenhaal


    Margalit Ruth "Maggie" Gyllenhaal (/ˈɪlənhɔːl/; born November 16, 1977) is an American actress. She started her career as a child actress in films directed by her father, Stephen Gyllenhaal. Her younger brother is actor Jake Gyllenhaal.

  2. Jennifer Westfeldt

    Jennifer Westfeldt


    Jennifer Westfeldt (born February 2, 1970) is an American actress and screenwriter known for the 2001 hit independent film Kissing Jessica Stein, her 2004 Tony nomination for Wonderful Town, and her 2011 film Friends with Kids.

  3. Filippa Hamilton

    Filippa Hamilton


    Filippa Palmstierna Hamilton, also known as Filippa Hamilton-Palmstierna, (born December 3, 1985), is a Swedish-French model.

  4. Stephen Gyllenhaal

    Stephen Gyllenhaal


    Stephen Roark Gyllenhaal (ˈɪlənhɔːl; born October 4, 1949) is an American film director and poet.

  5. Sven-Bertil Taube

    Sven-Bertil Taube


    Sven-Bertil Gunnar Evert Taube (born 24 November 1934) is a Swedish singer and actor. Born in Stockholm, he is the son of songwriter Evert Taube and sculptor Astri Taube.

  6. Magnus Uggla

    Magnus Uggla


    Per Allan Magnus Claësson Uggla (born June 18, 1954 in Stockholm) is a Swedish artist, composer, actor, and occasional radio host known for his satirical lyrics.

  7. Mariana Koskull

    Mariana Koskull


    Mariana (or Marianne) Koskull (Henrietta Mariana Charlotta; 1785–1841) was a Swedish noble and lady-in-waiting, known as the royal mistress of King Charles XIII of Sweden and King Charles XIV John of Sweden.

  8. Axel von Fersen the Younger

    Axel von Fersen the Younger


    Hans Axel von Fersen (4 September 1755 – 20 June 1810) was a Swedish count, Marshal of the Realm of Sweden, a Lieutenant General in the Royal Swedish Army, one of the Lords of the Realm, aide-de-camp to Rochambeau in the American Revolutionary War, diplomat and statesman. He is famous in history as the friend of Queen Marie Antoinette of France, and because of his death at the hands of a Stockholm lynch mob.

  9. Evert Taube

    Evert Taube


    Evert Taube (1890–1976) was a Swedish author, artist, composer and singer. He is widely regarded as one of Sweden's most respected musicians and the foremost troubadour of the Swedish ballad tradition in the 20th century.

  10. Povel Ramel

    Povel Ramel


    Baron Povel Karl Henric Ramel (June 1, 1922 – June 5, 2007) was a Swedish entertainer. Ramel was a singer, pianist, vaudeville artist, author and a novelty song composer. His style was characterized by imaginative wit, both verbal and musical. He took inspiration from US and UK 'crazy' style humor and created his own personal Swedish version, unusual combinations of lyrics and music, word play, pastiche and general unexpectedness. He wrote approximately 1700 songs, skits and monologues, and he is regarded as a legend and an institution in Swedish entertainment.

  11. Aurora Wilhelmina Koskull

    Aurora Wilhelmina Koskull


    Aurora Wilhelmina Koskull (22 November 1778 – 19 February 1852) was a Swedish lady-in-waiting and politically active salonist.

  12. Lisbet Palme

    Lisbet Palme


    Anna Lisbet Christina Palme, née Beck-Friis (born 14 March 1931) is a former chairperson of UNICEF, educated as a child psychologist. She is the widow of late Swedish Prime Minister Olof Palme. They married on 9 June 1956.

  13. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim

    Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim


    Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (in Russian: Густав Карлович Ма́ннергейм, Gustav Karlovich (lit."Karl's son") Mannerheim) (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was a Finnish military leader and statesman. Mannerheim served as the military leader of the Whites in the Finnish Civil War, Regent of Finland (1918–1919), commander-in-chief of Finland's defence forces during World War II, Marshal of Finland, and the sixth president of Finland (1944–1946). In a Finnish survey 53 years after his death, Mannerheim was voted the greatest Finn of all time. Given the broad recognition in Finland and elsewhere of his unparalleled role in establishing and later preserving Finland's independence from Russia, Mannerheim has long been referred to as the father of modern Finland, and the Finnish capital Helsinki's Mannerheim Museum memorializing the leader's life and times has been called "the closest thing there is to a [Finnish] national shrine."

  14. Anne Sofie von Otter

    Anne Sofie von Otter


    Anne Sofie von Otter (born 9 May 1955) is a Swedish mezzo-soprano whose repertoire encompasses lieder, operas, oratorios and also rock and pop songs. Her art is documented on a collection of numerous CDs.

  15. Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld

    Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld


    Friherr Nils Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld (18 November 1832, Helsinki, Finland – 12 August 1901, Dalbyö, Södermanland, Sweden) was a Finnish baron, botanist, geologist, mineralogist and arctic explorer of Finland-Swedish origin. He was a member of the prominent Finland-Swedish Nordenskiöld family of scientists.

  16. Gustaf Mauritz Armfelt

    Gustaf Mauritz Armfelt


    Count Gustaf Mauritz Armfelt (Russian: Гу́став Мо́риц А́рмфельт; 31 March 1757, Tarvasjoki, Southwest Finland – 19 August 1814, Tsarskoye Selo, Russian Empire) was a Finnish, Swedish and Russian courtier and diplomat. In Finland, he is considered one of the great Finnish statesmen. Born in Tarvasjoki, Finland, he was the great grandson of Charles XII of Sweden's general, Carl Gustaf Armfeldt. His advice to Russia's Tsar Alexander I was of utmost importance for securing the autonomy of the Grand Duchy of Finland.

  17. Anders Rudolf du Rietz

    Anders Rudolf du Rietz


    Anders Rudolf du Rietz (pronounced ; 5 February 1722 - 21 October 1792, Hedensberg, Västmanland) was a Swedish count, lieutenant-general, commander grand cross of the Order of the Sword, County Governor and politician.

  18. Folke Bernadotte

    Folke Bernadotte


    Folke Bernadotte, Count of Wisborg (Swedish: Greve af Wisborg; 2 January 1895 – 17 September 1948) was a Swedish diplomat and nobleman. During World War II he negotiated the release of about 31,000 prisoners from German concentration camps including 450 Danish Jews from the Theresienstadt camp. They were released on 14 April 1945. In 1945, he received a German surrender offer from Heinrich Himmler, though the offer was ultimately rejected.

  19. Gunilla von Post

    Gunilla von Post


    Karin Adele Gunilla von Post Miller, usually Gunilla von Post, (July 10, 1932 – October 14, 2011) was a Swedish aristocrat noted for a book outlining an intimate relationship with John F. Kennedy in the 1950s, titled "Love, Jack", published in 1997. In 2010, she auctioned letters written by Kennedy to her.

  20. Karl Olivecrona

    Karl Olivecrona


    Karl Olivecrona (25 October 1897, Norrbärke – 1980) was a Swedish lawyer and legal philosopher: He studied law at Uppsala from 1915 to 1920 and was a pupil of Axel Hägerström, the spiritual father of Scandinavian legal realism. One of the internationally best-known Swedish legal theorists, Olivecrona was a professor of procedural law and legal philosophy at Lund University. His writings emphasise the psychological significance of legal ideas. His most striking work on legal theory, the first edition of his book Law as Fact (of 1939, almost entirely different in content from the similarly titled 1971 work), stressed the importance of a monopoly of force as the fundamental basis of law. Olivecrona's politics during World War II showed a related stress on a need for overwhelming coercive power to guarantee order in international relations. He became convinced that Europe required an unchallengeable controlling force to ensure its peace and unity, and that Germany alone could provide this. His pamphlet England eller Tyskland (England or Germany), published in the darkest days of the war, argued that England had lost its claim to exert leadership in Europe and that the future required an acceptance of German hegemony.

  21. Carl Gustaf von Rosen

    Carl Gustaf von Rosen


    Count Carl Gustaf Ericsson von Rosen (August 19, 1909 – July 13, 1977) was a Swedish pioneer aviator, humanitarian, and mercenary pilot. He flew relief missions in a number of conflicts as well as combat missions for Finland (whose first military aircraft his father had donated in 1918) and Biafran rebels. His flights for the Biafran rebels were notable for using the small Malmö MFI-9 in a ground attack role.

  22. Dag Hammarskjöld

    Dag Hammarskjöld


    Dag Hjalmar Agne Carl Hammarskjöld (29 July 1905 – 18 September 1961) was a Swedish diplomat, economist, and author. The second Secretary-General of the United Nations, he served from April 1953 until his death in a plane crash in September 1961. At the age of 47 years, 255 days, Hammarskjöld is the youngest to have held the post. He is one of only three people to be awarded a posthumous Nobel Prize. Hammarskjöld is the only UN Secretary-General to die in office; his death occurred en route to cease-fire negotiations. US President John F. Kennedy called Hammarskjöld "the greatest statesman of our century".

  23. Emmy Rappe

    Emmy Rappe


    Emmy Carolina Rappe (14 January 1835 – 19 October 1896), was a Swedish nurse and principal for a nursing school. She was one of the pioneers and founders of the Swedish nursing education. She was the first trained professional nurse and the first principal of the first nursing education in her country.

  24. Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt

    Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt


    Adam Ludwig Lewenhaupt (15 April 1659, Copenhagen – 12 February 1719) was a Swedish general.

  25. Gustav Horn, Count of Pori

    Gustav Horn, Count of Pori


    Count Gustav Horn af Björneborg (October 22, 1592 – May 10, 1657) was a Swedish/Finnish soldier and politician. He was the youngest son of Field Marshal Carl Horn and Agneta von Dellwig, born while his father was imprisoned in Örbyhus Castle, after the defeat against Russians.

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