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By Lovisa Lamm

ISBN-10: 9113035800

ISBN-13: 9789113035802

»Sverige är ett modigt litet land. less than ledning av sin kung säger svenskarna ifrån.«

Så beskriver Nordkoreas ledare Kim Il Sung Sverige i samband med öppnandet av den svenska ambassaden i Pyongyang 1975. below 26 år förblir Sverige det enda västlandet med en beskickning i den kommunistiska folkrepubliken. Ambassaden är en del av en storslagen svensk exportsatsning. Nordkorea betraktas som ett ekonomiskt less than och svenska storföretag tror sig ha upptäckt det nya Japan.Året innan ambassaden öppnas föds Kim i en liten by means of i norra delen av landet. Han kommer som Flykting until eventually Sverige 2005. Inte långt från Kims by means of flyttar Kerstin Molitor och hennes guy in i januari 1979 som ett led i den svenska satsningen. Ambassaden i Pyongyang har utgjort en unik utkikspost i världens mest slutna land.Med utgångspunkt från sin resa until eventually landet, tidigare hemligstämplade UD-rapporter och Säpo-protokoll tecknar Lovisa Lamm en omtumlande och komplex bild av Nordkorea och Sveriges relation until eventually denna säregna country.

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In a few locations on Earth, early humans had to be especially resourceful in order to begin building settlements where freshwater was either entirely absent or in short supply. 3 in), environmental conditions that have existed in the Arabian Desert at least since the end of the Holocene epoch, about 12,000 years ago. The region would be completely uninhabitable were it not for the vast aquifers underlying the area. Early humans discovered that they could recover the freshwater they needed to survive either by seeking out natural seeps from such aquifers (oases) or by digging wells into an aquifer.

For example, some early Sanskrit manuscripts from the Indian subcontinent acknowledge the existence of impure water and suggest a number of techniques for remedying that Background and History 29 problem. ” Another remedy for impure water is to “heat foul water by boiling and exposing to sunlight and by dipping seven times into it a piece of hot copper, then to filter and cool in an earthen vessel” (Baker 1949, 1). It should be noted that during the period mentioned here—and for many centuries thereafter—no one had any idea as to what “impure” or “polluted” water might be.

The first municipal water treatment plant had been constructed in Paisley, Scotland, as early as 1804. The plant made use of a water filtering technology developed by John Gibb, owner of a bleachery plant in Paisley. In order to get the pure water he needed for his plant, Gibb invented a filtering system consisting of sand and charcoal over which polluted water from the River Cart was passed. Gibb then sold the excess purified water he could not use to local residents, who received their water shipments by donkey cart.

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