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After the Continuation War Finland lost major land areas to Russia in the Moscow Armistice of 1944, and the figure was said to have lost the other of her arms, as well as a hem of her " skirt ".
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After and Continuation
After the Continuation War, the now Communist-dominated Valpo ( the Finnish State Police ) arrested him for his alleged involvement in the so-called Weapons Cache Case.
After the Continuation War, and while still in prison, Tanner became the virtual leader of a faction of the SDP which had strong support from the USA.
After the initial enthusiasm of the Continuation War in 1941 waned during the first winter, IKL wasn't included in Edwin Linkomies ' cabinet in spring 1943.
After the Continuation War the SKP dominated the Finnish People's Democratic League, which was founded in 1944 as an umbrella organization of the radical left wing.
After the Continuation War, the Finnish White Guards were disbanded in 1944, as demanded by the Soviet Union.
After the Continuation War Virolainen moved to Lohja, but he remained one of the leaders of the evacuated Karelians, and never gave up the hope that Soviet Union and later Russia would return Finnish Karelia to Finland.
After the Continuation War where the Soviet Union forced Finland to sue for peace, but failed in its goal of conquering and annexing the country ( in a manner similar to the Baltic States ), Finland became neutral and retained democratic government and market economy.
After the Winter War and Continuation War some refugees from Jaakkima and Lumivaara were resettled to Seinäjoki.
After the Continuation War, Finland ceded Kuokkala to the Soviet Union, which renamed it Repino which is a municipal settlement in Kurortny District of the federal city of St. Petersburg.
After the beginning of the Continuation War on June 25, 1941 the fortification work was stopped, pillboxes and bunkers were stripped of armaments, which were sent to the front.
After Cambridge she taught 14-year-old girls at Cadbury's Continuation School in Bourneville on day release from the chocolate factory.
After and War
After a tortuous drive in an open truck and a World War 2, army jeep down soggy trails, the band arrived at a small clearing squeezed between a long, low ridge and a creek-filled gully.
After the Battle of Gettysburg, Lincoln clearly understood that his military decisions would be more effectively carried out by conveying his orders through his War Secretary or his general-in-chief on to his generals, who resented his civilian interference with their own plans.
After years of working on numerous films as an assistant director and scriptwriter, he made his debut as a director in 1943, during World War II with the popular action film Sanshiro Sugata ( a. k. a. Judo Saga ).
After serving in the German army in World War I, he returned to Hamburg and climbed the academic ladder.
After the Civil War, Doubleday mustered out of the volunteer service on August 24, 1865, reverted to the rank of lieutenant colonel, and became the colonel of the 35th U. S. Infantry in September 1867.
After World War II, the British greatly reduced the use of the full stop and other punctuation points after abbreviations in at least semi-formal writing, while the Americans more readily kept such use until more recently, and still maintain it more than Britons.
* 1945 – World War II: Führerbunker: After learning that Soviet forces have taken Eberswalde without a fight, Adolf Hitler admits defeat in his underground bunker and states that suicide is his only recourse.
* After the Spanish American War, Carnegie offered to donate $ 20 million to the Philippines so they could buy their independence.
After the American Civil War, the settlement of the western territories by migrants from the east led to dialect mixing and levelling, so that regional dialects are most strongly differentiated in the eastern parts of the country that were settled earlier.
After an interruption caused by the Peloponnesian War, the temple was finished in the time of Nicias ' peace, between 421 BC and 415 BC.
After World War II, especially in North America, there was a boom in general aviation, both private and commercial, as thousands of pilots were released from military service and many inexpensive war-surplus transport and training aircraft became available.
After the first battle between two ironclads took place in 1862 during the American Civil War, it became clear that the ironclad had replaced the unarmoured line-of-battle ship as the most powerful warship afloat.
* 1945 – World War II: After an air raid accidentally destroys a train carrying about 4, 000 Nazi concentration camp internees in Prussian Hanover, the survivors are massacred by Nazis.
After World War II, the sport experienced a small amount of growth in the Pacific region, particularly in Nauru, Papua New Guinea and later New Zealand.
After World War II, this formerly agrarian region saw striking growth and became the district with the largest and densest population in the Canton ( 110, 000 in 1990, 715 persons per km2 ).
After World War II predicted methods were invariably applied but the fall of shot usually needed adjustment because of inaccuracy in locating the target, the proximity of friendly troops or the need to engage a moving target.
* Circa 1945-1955 After World War II, a black market at Kanda developed around the first school of electrical manufacturing ( now the Tokyo Denki University.
After World War I and until 1986, Accrington Corporation buses were painted in the regimental colours of red and blue with gold lining.
After World War II, the city became divided into East Berlin — the capital of East Germany — and West Berlin, a West German exclave surrounded by the Berlin Wall ( 1961 – 1989 ).
After and Finland
After this, strong southern winds pushed the ice further into the north, and much of the waters north of Gotland were again free of ice, which had then packed against the shores of southern Finland.
After World War I, both Finland and Sweden laid claim to the islands, which are culturally more Swedish than Finnish.
After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, Finland freed itself from the last restrictions imposed on it by the Paris peace treaties of 1947.
After examining the position of women around the world, the Washington-based Population Crisis Committee reported in 1988 that Finland, slightly behind top-ranked Sweden and just ahead of the United States, was one of the very best places in which a woman could live.
After failed experiments with protectionism, Finland eased restrictions and concluded a free trade agreement with the European Community in 1973, making its markets more competitive.
After the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Finland unilaterally abrogated the last restrictions imposed on it by the Paris peace treaties of 1947 and the Finno-Soviet Agreement of Friendship, Cooperation, and Mutual Assistance.
After the Paris Peace Treaty of 1947, Finland succeeded in retaining democracy and parliamentarism, despite the heavy political pressure on Finland's foreign and internal affairs by the Soviet Union.
After 1899 Finnish-Russian relations worsened, and plans for disengagement from Russia or sovereignty for Finland were drawn up for the first time.
After peace talks between the Germans and the Finnish Reds were broken off on 11 April, the true battle for the capital of Finland began.
After failed experiments with protectionism in the 1950s, Finland eased restrictions and made a free trade agreement with the European Community in 1973, making its markets more competitive.
After facing stiff resistance in an invasion of Finland, an interim peace was entered, granting the Soviet Union the eastern region of Karelia ( 10 % of Finnish territory ).
After the Winter War ( 1939 – 1940 ) according to the Moscow Peace Treaty, Ladoga, previously shared with Finland, became an internal basin of the Soviet Union.
After World War II, Finland lost the Karelia region to the USSR, and all Finnish citizens were evacuated from the ceded territory.
After Johan returned to Finland, Erik XIV forbade him to deal with any foreign countries without his consent.
After the Baltic states were forced to accept treaties, Stalin turned his sights on Finland, confident that Finnish capitulation could be attained without great effort.
After working there for a few years, she was hired by the National Union of University Students in Finland to work as a Social Affairs and General Secretary from 1969 to 1970.
After unsuccessfully attempting to force territorial and other concessions on the Finns, the Soviet Union invaded Finland in November 1939 during the Winter War, intending to establish a communist puppet government in Finland.
After this war, Finland sought protection and support from the United Kingdom and neutral Sweden, but was thwarted by Soviet and German actions.
After Finland became part of the Russian Empire ( 1809 ), and the capital of the Grand Duchy of Finland was moved to Helsinki ( 1812 ), Turku continued to be the most populous city in Finland, until the end of the 1840s.