|Bergslagen Artillery Regiment|
Coat of arms
Ultima ratio regum|
(The last resort of kings)
The Bergslagen Artillery Regiment (Swedish language: Bergslagens artilleriregemente
- designated A 9) was an artillery regiment of the Swedish Army, which was active from 1943 to 2000. The regiment was created as part of a build-up of the Swedish Army during World War II, so that Sweden's neutrality could be protected In 2000, the regiment and the other artillery regiments of the Swedish Army were amalgamated into the Artillery Regiment, in Kristinehamn, which took the A 9 designation from the Bergslagen Artillery Regiment.
References[edit | edit source]
- Antonsson, Rune; Månsson, Malte (1994) (in Swedish). Bergslagens artilleriregemente 50 år. Kristinehamn: Bergslagens artilleriregemente.
- Artilleriregementet 2000-2005. Boden: Artilleriregementet. 2006. ISBN 91-631-8051-0.
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