The Fourth Dalecarlian Rebellion By: Anthony Hanna G1

Where did this take place

This broke out in the Swedish province of Dalarna in 1743

Where it took place


They had what they called a parliamentary system which many were displeased by.


After the failed harvest in 1742 a famine happened, and caused the ban from trade with the Norwegian border, increased the dissatisfaction, like the Battle of Villmanstrand with its bad losses Dalarna regime. The dissatisfaction was directed toward the crisis in the succession to the throne after the childless Frederick I of Sweden.


People were greatly disatisfied with the current government as stated in the economic section

The Fourth Dalecarlian Rebellion was NOT a revolution because it only had a political change everything else had little to no change

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