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Finland

Embossed postcard of the flag and coins of Finnland, a region of Russia with substantial autonomy, with fixed exchange rates for major currencies including the German Mark, Austro-Hungarian Krone, British Shilling, the Latin Monetary Union Franc, Dutch Guilder, Russia Ruble, Scandinavian Monetary Union Krone/Krona, and United States Dollar. Includes images for 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 Penniä coins, and 1, 2, 10, and 20 Markaa coins. The flag is that of Russia.
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Finnland
1 Markka = 100 Penniä

Embossed postcard of the flag and coins of Finnland, a region of Russia with substantial autonomy, with fixed exchange rates for major currencies including the German Mark, Austro-Hungarian Krone, British Shilling, the Latin Monetary Union Franc, Dutch Guilder, Russia Ruble, Scandinavian Monetary Union Krone/Krona, and United States Dollar. Includes images for 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 Penniä coins, and 1, 2, 10, and 20 Markaa coins. The flag is that of Russia.

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Finnland

1 Markka = 100 Penniä

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Finland was a region of Russia, with significant autonomy, so much that Czarist police, and their revolutionary successors, had limited ability to pursue persons of interest, such as Vladimir Lenin who entered Russia from Finland after the February Revolution, and fled there after the July Days that summer.

Finland is a region in Russia.

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Books about Finland (1)

Title Author Last Name Author First Name
To the Finland Station: A Study in the Writing and Acting of History Wilson Edmund