Albert Bonniers Förlag

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Albert Bonniers Förlag
Parent company Bonnier Group
Founded 1837
Founder Albert Bonnier
Country of origin Sweden
Headquarters location Stockholm
Publication types Books
Official website Albert Bonniers Förlag

Albert Bonniers Förlag is a Swedish publishing company founded in 1837. It claims to be one of the oldest and most respected Swedish publishing companies.[1]

Bevis att Napoleon aldrig existerat ("Evidence Napoleon never existed") was the first book published by Albert Bonnier. Pictured is a facsimile edition from 1962.

Albert Bonnier (1820–1900) established the company in 1837 in Stockholm. Under his son, Karl Otto Bonnier, the company grew to be one of the largest publishers in Sweden and was the publisher of books by August Strindberg, Verner von Heidenstam, Gustaf Fröding, Selma Lagerlöf and Hjalmar Söderberg.

Albert Bonniers Förlag publish around 100 books per year.[1] Some of their contemporary writers include Tomas Tranströmer, Carlos Ruiz Zafón, Dan Brown and Åsa Larsson.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c "Welcome to Albert Bonniers Förlag". Albert Bonniers Förlag. 3 September 2012. Retrieved 21 January 2014. 

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