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Brita Hagberg Brita Christina Hagberg, née Nilsdotter, alias Petter Hagberg, was a woman who served as a soldier in the Swedish army during the Russo-Swedish War.
Brita Olofsdotter Brita Olofsdotter (died 1569), was a Finnish soldier of the Swedish cavalry.
Carin du Rietz Carin or Karin (Catharina) du Rietz (1766–1788) was a Swedish woman who became a soldier at the Royal guard in the guise of a man.
Carl Axel Mothander Carl Axel Mothander (1886-1965) a former Swedish reserve officer; major in the White Finnish Army in the Finnish War of Independence 1917/18, organizer of the Finnish White Army's field hospitals promoted to major; commander of the Swedish volunteers in the Estonian War of Independence...
Claes Adelsköld Claes Adolf Adelsköld was a Swedish civil engineer, railway engineer, Army officer, member of the upper house of the Parliament of Sweden, and writer.
Daniel Jonsson Daniel Jonsson was a soldier and commander of Dalregementet of the Swedish Empire.
Dorothea Maria Lösch Dorothea Maria Lösch (1730 – 2 February 1799), was a Swedish master mariner, known for the incident during the Russo-Swedish War (1788–90) in which she commandeered a Swedish ship during a crisis.
Edor Hjukström Edor Hjukström was a Swedish military officer and skier.
Elisa Bernerström Elisa Bernerström also known as Katrin Servenius and Johanna Servenius (fl.
Friedrich von Westhoff Friedrich von Westhoff was a Swedish officer who remained in Germany and became a trombonist at the Dresden court.
Gustaf Söderberg Gustaf Söderberg (born Norrköping, 1799 - died Stockholm, 1875) was a Swedish painter and soldier.
Gustav Wachtmeister Gustav Wachtmeister was a Swedish Army officer made famous at the Battle of Valkeala in Finland in 1789 against Russia where he was wounded by a musket shot to his arm, which had to be amputated.
Joachim Cronman Joachim Cronman (circa 1640 – March 5, 1703) was an owner of estates in Livonia and a Colonel for the Swedish Empire in the late 17th century.
John Mackenzie, Lord MacLeod John Mackenzie, Lord MacLeod (1727 - 2 April 1789) born Castle Leod near Strathpeffer, Scotland eldest son of George Mackenzie, 3rd Earl of Cromartie and Isabel Gordon.
Lisbetha Olsdotter Lisbetha Olsdotter (died November 1679) was a Swedish female crossdresser, who was executed on a number of different charges after having dressed as a man, served as a soldier and married a woman.
Margareta Elisabeth Roos Margareta Elisabeth Roos or Anna Stina Roos (1696–1772) was a Swedish-Estonian woman and a crossdresser who served as a soldier in the Swedish army of Charles XII of Sweden during the Grea...
Margareta von Ascheberg Margareta von Ascheberg as married Barnekow (1671–1753), was a Swedish land owner, noble and acting regiment colonel during the Great Northern War.
Nils Bossom Sture Nils Bossom Sture was a Swedish noble and supporter of Sten Sture's reign as King of Sweden.
Per Stålhammar Per Stålhammar (born Per Jönsson; c. 1612–January 8, 1701) was a Swedish military officer and soldier under the rule of Gustavus Adolphus, Christina, Charles X, and Charles XI. Stålhammar ...
Sven Olov Lindholm Sven Olov Lindholm (8 February 1903 – 26 April 1998) was a Swedish Nazi leader, active in different Swedish fascist organizations from the 1920s to the 1950s.
Ulrika Eleonora Stålhammar Ulrika Eleonora Stålhammar (Svenarum 1688 – Björnskog in Hultsjö 1733) was a Swedish corporal and crossdresser who served in the Great Northern War.