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Radio Sweden Tuesday

Published tisdag 29 november 2005 kl 12.51
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Today Radio Sweden plunges into Swedish history...and beyond:

Nordic involvement in the massacres and bloodshed in the Belgian Congo – with few protests over the atrocities.

Then time travel to an age of murder, rituals, dance and music. We send a reporter back into prehistory.



Closing Music: ”Winter” by Sofia Sandén

A new exhibition has opened at Stockholm’s Enthographic Museum, exploring the brutal and bloody invasion and colonization of the Belgian Congo, with help from soldiers and seamen from the Nordic area. Bill Schiller was there:

Gaby Katz shares some of Sweden’s past with us now as a Stockholm museum brings prehistory to life:

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