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List of Super Bowl winners. NFL-Super Bowl facts and figures. There were communists in Finland too, who tried to create a revolution in Finland.
This attempt at revolution caused the Finnish civil war. The communists lost the civil war, and Finland did not change its old capitalist system.
Stalin , who was the leader of the Soviet Union, did not like having a capitalist country as its neighbour. Stalin wanted Finland to become a communist state and be a part of the Soviet Union.
The leaders of Finland refused: The Soviet Union sent many troops across the eastern border of Finland to try to make Finland join them, which resulted in the Winter War.
The Soviet Union eventually won, and took most of Karelia and other parts of Finland. Adolf Hitler was the dictator of Germany, and he wanted to invade the Soviet Union.
Finland wanted to retrieve the areas that it had lost, so they joined the German invasion, which started with Operation Barbarossa in However, Finland was not a fascist or an antisemitic country.
Finns were interested in freedom rather than dictatorship. While Germany was losing the war, Finland had already progressed into the Soviet Union in order to regain the areas lost in the previous peace.
Finland wanted to end the war with the Soviet Union, which resulted in peace. Once again Finland had to give up the areas they had conquered.
This time, the peace with the Soviet Union made Finland and Germany enemies. Finns fought the Germans, and Germans retreated to Norway , burning down all of Lapland behind them.
This is called the Lapland War. After the war, many factories were built in Finland. Many people moved from farms to cities. At that time, big factories manufactured products like paper and steel.
More and more people worked in more advanced jobs, like high technology. Also, many people went to universities to get a good education.
Finland was one of the first countries where most people had Internet connections and mobile phones. A well-known company that makes mobile phones , Nokia , is from Finland.
Finland joined the European Union in The Finnish currency was changed to the euro in Finland has a mixed economy. Free market controls most of production and sales of goods, but public sector is involved in services.
This is 4th largest in Europe, after Denmark, France and Belgium. The largest company in was oil refinery Neste Oil.
The second largest was Nokia. Number five was Kesko which sells everyday goods in K-supermarkets. Elections are organized to select members to the Parliament of Finland.
Also selected are the president of Finland, members of town and city councils and Finnish members to the European Parliament. The elections are secret and direct.
People vote directly for the person they want to be elected. In presidential elections votes are only cast for a person, not for a political party.
All the other elections are proportional. The system is a combination of voting for individuals and parties.
In general elections everybody has one vote. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. According to the Finnish Constitution, the president has no possibility to rule the government without the ministerial approval, and does not have the power to dissolve the parliament under his or her own desire.
Finland is actually represented by its prime minister, and not by its president, in the Council of the Heads of State and Government of the European Union.
The constitution reduced the powers of the president even further. Retrieved 24 October Retrieved 17 August Retrieved 9 May Retrieved 5 January United Nations Development Programme.
Retrieved 14 December Retrieved 27 December Retrieved 6 February Countries and territories of Europe. Has part of its territory outside Europe.
Geographically in Asia , but often counted as part of Europe for cultural and historical reasons. Territory has some form of self-rule.
Geographically part of Africa 7. Geographically, part of North America. European Union member and candidate countries. Retrieved from " https: Finland European Union member states Nordic countries establishments in Europe.
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