THE CONSEQUENCES OF THE FINNISH CIVIL WAR IN FINLAND’S TRANSITION FROM GRAND DUCHY TO INDEPENDENT STATE

Maeghan Chassé

Abstract


The Finnish Civil War took place from January 27th to May 15th, 1918. While the war only lasted less than four months, it left Finland and its people deeply divided. This paper explores the lasting effects of the Finnish Civil War and examines how the conflict affected Finland during its transition from Grand Duchy to an independent state.

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Finnish Civil War; Socialists; Red Guard; White Guard; Soviet Union; Nation-State, Finnish Jäger Battalion

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Copyright (c) 2016 Maeghan Chassé

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