Since 2014, tensions between Russia and Sweden have been rising after the usually neutral country backed European sanctions following the annexation of Crimea in Ukraine. Recent incursions into Swedish airspace and territorial waters by Russian planes and submarines have only intensified the situation, which has led the government to send out survival guides to every single household.
Swedes are told how to secure essentials such as food, water and heat in the brochure titled: Om krisen eller kriget kommer (If crisis or war comes).
The 20 page survival guide is illustrated with pictures of soldiers, tanks, warplanes and terrified families fleeing their homes.
It is an updated version of one originally released during the Second World War, when Sweden remained neutral.
This is first time such a leaflet has been distributed since the Cold War days of the 1980s.
It comes as a debate continues in the country over whether or not Sweden should join NATO and allegations Russia has violated their airspace and territorial waters.
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