Scandinavian Review

Magazine covers all aspects of life in contemporary Scandinavia emphasizing art and design, industrial development, business, political, economic, and social issues.

Articles from Vol. 89, No. 2, Autumn

Fourscore and Ten: 90 Years with the ASF
While the American-Scandinavian Foundation was established in 1910, it was not formally incorporated until March 16th of the following year, Consequently, 1911 is generally considered ASF's date of birth, and the Foundation is celebrating its 90th anniversary...
Niels Poulsen
Reprinted from the September/October 1915 issue of the Review It happens quite often here in America, but very rarely in Scandinavia, that a man grows old, prominent, and wealthy, and awaits death's call without obligations to anybody and without issue...
Theodore Roosevelt
With fullness of feeling The American-Scandinavian Foundation joins all true American citizens in grief for the death of their twenty-ninth president-Theodore Roosevelt. The center of a heroic family's love, a fount of fair friendship among comrades,...
World War II and Scandinavia: As Seen through the Pages of the Scandinavian Review
When war threatened in the late 1930s and fighting broke out in Finland in November, 1939, the AmericanScandinavian Review (as the Scandinavian Review was then called) seized the opportunity to join in the war effort by advocating Finland's position...