Scandinavia: the rewards of excellence

United States, 1966

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Describes similarities and differences in the geographic and cultural characteristics of Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Emphasises that skill, efficiency, and fine craftsmanship have enabled the Scandinavian people to make profitable use of meagre natural resources in developing an export trade and a high standard of living. Shows scenes of co-operative farming in Denmark, fishing off the coast of Norway, and manufacturing in Sweden.


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