Florence Stephens grows up on the mighty estate Huseby mill outside Växjö. She is a skilled rider with a strong sense of animals, but seems to have a harder time deciding which people to trust. In 1957, the Huseby scandal broke out, a shaking tangle with branches all the way up to the royal house.
Thomas Rosell, has worked for Florence Stephens.
Sofie Magnusson, CEO Huseby use.
Erik Wångmar, Associate Professor of History, Linnaeus University.
Malin Lennartsson, Associate Professor of History, Linnaeus University.
Gustaf Klarin reads the letters from Jean Jacques De Geere.
The pictures in the collage:
Prince Carl Bernadotte (young), Bernadotte Library’s image archive
Prince Carl Bernadotte and Florence Stephens, SVT Bild
Huseby mill, photo Jan-Erik Anderbjörk, Kulturparken Småland
Florence Stephens with her horse, photo Huseby Bruk
Florence and her sisters, photo Huseby Bruk
The program is made 2021 by Cecilia Ohlén.
Producers Sofia Kottorp and Ola Hemström.
Sound mix Olle Sjöström.
Source: ICELAND NEWS