Finland 2 Euro 2007 "90th Anniversary of Finland's Independence" UNC

    Finland 2 Euro 2007 "90th Anniversary of Finland's Independence" UNC

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    Finland's Independence Day is a national public holiday held on 6 December to celebrate Finland's declaration of independence from Russian Republic. The movement for Finland's Independence started after the revolutions in Russia, caused by the disturbances from the defeats of the First World War. This gave an opportunity for Finland to withdraw from Russia. After several disagreements between the non-socialists and the social-democrats about the matter of who should have the power in Finland, the Senate of Finland, led by Pehr Evind Svinhufvud, finally gave on 4 December 1917 a Declaration of Independence which was adopted by the parliament two days later.

    Independence Day was first celebrated in 1917. However, during the first years of independence, the 6th of December was in some parts of Finland only a minor holiday compared to 16 May, which was the day of celebration for the Whites who prevailed in the Finnish Civil War.

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