|Statement||Eino Jutikkala, with Kauko Pirinen ; translated by Paul Sjöblom.|
|Contributions||Pirinen, Kauko., Sjöblom, Paul|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 291 p. :|
|Number of Pages||291|
Book Description. An up-to-date political, social and economic history of Finland from medieval times to the present. David Kirby traces the evolution of Finland's distinctive identity and of the Finnish national state from the long centuries under Swedish rule, through self-government within the Russian Empire, to independence in Cited by: Ideal for students and general readers, the History of Finland is part of Greenwood's Histories of Modern Nations series. With over thirty nation's histories in print, these books provide readers with a concise, up-to-date history of countries throughout the by: "A History of Finland is an extraordinarily readable and well-balanced book. Meinander's clarity of vision has placed Finland in a Nordic and European perspective as well as skilfully weaving political, economic and cultural developments into an integral whole."—Lennart Berntson, Svenska Dagbladet, StockholmPages: History of Finland [E. Jutikkala] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. History of Finland: E. Jutikkala: : Books Skip to main content/5(9).
A Concise History of Finland, David Kirby () I read this on the plane to Finland this summer, which was rather like cramming for ones exam the night before. It was pretty much what it says on the tin, giving me a useful framework and some helpful details/5(11). History being made: On J at the European Council in Corfu, Finland signed a treaty of accession to the EU. Seated (from left) are Veli Sundbäck, Secretary of State at the Finnish Ministry for Foreign Affairs- Pertti Salolainen, Finnish Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for External Trade- Esko Aho, Finnish Prime Minister- and Heikki Haavisto, Finnish Minister for . The Finnish Civil War offers an account of the history and memory of the conflict and traces its legacy in Finnish society until today. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review4/5(1). The History of Finland begins with the earliest archaeological evidence of settlement ab years ago and ends with the presidential elections of Each chapter describes cultural, economic, religious, as well as political aspects of Finland's past. Reference features include a biographical section highlighting notable figures in Finland's history (click the link .
The literature of Finland is bilingual, with lively and extensive traditions in both Finnish and Swedish. This history covers both literary traditions in detail. The volume?s first section, on Finnish-language literature, consists of a series of connected chapters by leading authorities within the field. It opens with a consideration of the folk literature in Finnish that flourished . Lavery (history, Oklahoma State U.) offers a survey of the history of the nation of Finland, from Ice Age prehistory through the present. Nine chapters introduce the culture, geography and climate of the country, and discuss Finland as part of the Swedish realm; 19th century autonomy; Russian rule (dubbed the Age of Oppression), independence, and civil war; the country's roles . Few countries in Europe have undergone such rapid social, political and economic changes as Finland has during the last fifty years. David Kirby here sets out the fascinating history of this northern country, for centuries on the east-west divide of Europe, a country not blessed by nature, most of whose inhabitants still earned a living from farming fifty years ago, but which today is . The modern nation of Finland is the heir to many centuries of history: it was a wilderness at the edge of early Europe, a powerful component of the late medieval Swedish empire, and a Grand Duchy of Tsarist Russia. Finnish history is also rich with oddities – here, Jonathan Clements, the author of An Armchair Traveller's History of Finland, reveals 10 of .