VI. The World Wars and the Interwar Period, 1914–1945 > C. Europe, 1919–1945 > 15. The Scandinavian States > e. Finland
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(See 1910, June 30)
 
e. Finland
 
 
1917, March 21
 
The Russian provisional government recognized Finland as an independent state within the proposed Russian federation.  1
 
Dec. 6
 
FINNS PROCLAIMED THEIR COMPLETE INDEPENDENCE of Russia, and this was recognized by the Soviet government (Jan. 2, 1918) as well as by Sweden (Jan. 4), France, and Germany (Jan. 6).  2
 
 
 
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