The National Library of Sweden is responsible for preserving all Swedish printed and A/V material. Since the 1500s, there has
been some form of National Library in Sweden, made possible initially through purchases of collections from Swedish
monasteries that were later destroyed in the Reformation and, later still, via war spoils from the Thirty Years War. To
supplement its holdings, the library obtained the Library of Würzburg and the Royal Library of Prague during The Thirty Years
War, as well as obtained a 13th-century copy of the “Devil’s Bible,” which can be viewed online here. Today, Sweden’s
National Library holds more than 20 million objects.
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