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Brita Christina Hagberg, née Nilsdotter, alias Petter Hagberg, (1756 – 19 March 1825), was a woman who served as a soldier in the Swedish army during the Russo-Swedish War (1788–1790). She is one of two confirmed women to have been decorated for bravery in battle in Sweden before women were allowed into the military in the 20th century.

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  • Brita Nilsdotter (Finnerödja, 1756 - Estocolmo, 19 de Março de 1825) foi uma soldada sueca, que fez fama ao lutar na Batalha de Svensksund e na de Vyborg Bay (ambas na Guerra Russo-Sueca de 1788-1790) como fuzileiro naval com o nome de "soldado Petter Hagberg"
  • Brita Christina Hagberg, née Nilsdotter, alias Petter Hagberg, (1756 – 19 March 1825), was a woman who served as a soldier in the Swedish army during the Russo-Swedish War (1788–1790). She is one of two confirmed women to have been decorated for bravery in battle in Sweden before women were allowed into the military in the 20th century.
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  • Brita Nilsdotter (Finnerödja, 1756 - Estocolmo, 19 de Março de 1825) foi uma soldada sueca, que fez fama ao lutar na Batalha de Svensksund e na de Vyborg Bay (ambas na Guerra Russo-Sueca de 1788-1790) como fuzileiro naval com o nome de "soldado Petter Hagberg"
  • Brita Christina Hagberg, née Nilsdotter, alias Petter Hagberg, (1756 – 19 March 1825), was a woman who served as a soldier in the Swedish army during the Russo-Swedish War (1788–1790). She is one of two confirmed women to have been decorated for bravery in battle in Sweden before women were allowed into the military in the 20th century.
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