By Flora McArthur
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The conquered East Karelia was incorporated into Finland, and an occupation administration was established in the region. In early December 1941, the attack halted in all fronts. Stationary warfare was conducted until the summer of 1944. On June 4, 1942, 75-year old Mannerheim received a surprise birthday guest from Germany, Adolf Hitler. Withdrawal from the War During 1942 – 1943, Germany's success in the Second World War turned to multiple defeats. The government of Finland didn't believe in Germany's victory anymore, and pursued a separate peace with the Soviet Union.
The number of commercial banks and corporations, and the amount of foreign investment increased in Finland at the end of 19th century. Banks contributed to the availability of capital and the ability to start new businesses. Citizens were free to move to places where work was available, boosting business and the economy. The industrialization of Europe increased demand for timber, making it the most important export product from Finland in the mid-19th century. Finland's wood-processing and paper industry benefited from low-cost labor and a vast supply of raw material.
But politically, the process was seen as inevitable. Finns regarded the convicted politicians as national scapegoats. W. M. Kivimäki. The Rise of the Left Wing After the war, domestic politics significantly shifted to the left. A new communist party SKDL (Suomen Kansan Demokraattinen Liitto, Finnish People's Democratic Union) was founded, but it was controlled by SKP. Two communists were appointed members of the Paasikivi government in 1944. In the parliamentary elections of 1945, Paasikivi appealed to voters to elect new politicians.
A Taste of Gaelic by Flora McArthur