Videos tagged with Sweden

Everyday life and tradition in remote Sweden during the 50s and 60s (Part 1)

Everyday life and tradition in remote Sweden during the 50s and 60s (Part 1)

Christina Andren was born and lived in Sweden up until the 1960s where she moved to the USA to start a new life. In this interview she speaks of the beautiful, remote mountain village where she spent her childhood. Christina explains what life was like there; how people coped with the extreme surroundings and freezing weather, typical food and some of the traditions they partook in.

Everyday life and tradition in remote Sweden during the 50s and 60s (Part 2)

Everyday life and tradition in remote Sweden during the 50s and 60s (Part 2)

In the second part of her interview Christina finishes recounting what life was like in beautiful and remote Sweden in the 1950s and 60s. Here she focuses especially on the incredible landscape that surrounded her as a child and the everyday activities she partook in as a child.

Tor Johnson's

Tor Johnson's "Who do you think you are?"

Pupils at the King Alfred School in Golders Green were asked to find out what they could about their own background and heritage. Many of them have interesting backgrounds with families who come from all over the world. Here Tor Johnson tells his story to the school's heat-techer, Dawn Moore.