The red insurrection in Finland in 1918

a study based on documentary evidence by Henning Söderhjelm

Publisher: Hyperion Press in Westport, Conn

Written in English
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  • Finland -- History -- Revolution, 1917-1918

Edition Notes

Statementby Henning Söderhjelm ; translated by Anne I. Fausbøll.
SeriesRussian studies
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDL1072 .S6513 1977
The Physical Object
Paginationviii, 159 p. ;
Number of Pages159
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5211027M
ISBN 100883554437
LC Control Number75039063

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  The Red Guards, whom Serge described as “simply workers with a gun slung over their shoulder,” consisted of disciplined women and young people, as well as men, often elected by factory committees and local organizations. In Moscow, the insurrection was less prepared and met with more resistance.   the Kinship Wars, "Finland's Civil War (Suomen sisällissota) was one of the first major conflicts connected with the Russian Revolution and subsequent Civil War that was fought throughout the former Empire of Russia which began in October of The prize of victory was Finland, which remained a part of Tsarist Russia from to In the latter year, General Carl Gustaf Mannerheim, with the help of German troops, succeeded in defeating the Russian Reds. Finland was temporarily under German influence, and the Kaiser's brother-in-law was elected king. Postisensuuri Soumessa - Osa 2 by Teuvo Termonen and Jorma Keturi, These books are based on the work of Juhani Olamo. They are written in Finnish language and the censor stamps are organized after locations. Cd-issue: Postal Censoring in Finland - Compiled & Edited by Roger P Quinby (New edition).

It might be instructive therefore to give the number of victims of the Reds as calculated by a White Guard author, Henning Soederhjelm, in a book translated from Swedish into English for the purpose of propaganda in other countries (The Red Insurrection in Finland in , London ). Soederhjelm estimates that “more than a thousand. On 30 November Stalin s Red Army attacked Finland, expecting to crush the outnumbered, ill-equipped Finnish forces in a matter of days. But, in one of the most astonishing upsets in modern military history, the Finnish defenders broke the Red Army s advance, inflicting devastating casualties and destroying some of the divisions that had been thrown against/5. Ekman, Dagbok förd under kriget i Finland (), in Swedish, posted on Internet Archive V. Vladimirov, The revolution in Finland under Prince John Obolensky (), posted on Internet Archive H. Söderhjelm, The Red Insurrection in Finland in a study based on documentary evidence (), posted on Internet Archive.

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See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Cited by: 1. The Finnish Civil War was a civil war in Finland in fought for the leadership and control of Finland during the country's transition from a Grand Duchy of the Russian Empire to an independent state.

The clashes took place in the context of the national, political, and social turmoil caused by World War I (Eastern Front) in war was fought between the Location: Finland. The Finnish White Victory. he explains that the book aims to provide a psychology of the Red movement and not a historical account of the war.

The Library’s copy of the English translation was donated in by the Finnish Legation. The Red insurrection in Finland in / Henning Söderhjelm () c Related items. Söderhjelm, HenningThe Red Insurrection in Finland inHyperion Press.

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The red insurrection in Finland in 1918 book American Slavic and East European Review Boeckman and. The October Revolution, commonly referred to as the Bolshevik Coup, the Bolshevik Revolution, the October Coup, the October Uprising or the Red October and officially known in Soviet historiography as the Great October Socialist Revolution, was a revolution in Russia led by the Bolshevik Party of Vladimir Lenin that was instrumental in the larger Russian Revolution of Date: 7 November, [O.S.

25 October ]. It seems instructive here to cite the figure for the Reds' victims given by a pro-White author, Lars Henning Soderhjelm, in a book translated from Swedish into English and intended for propaganda consumption abroad: The Red Insurrection in Finland in (London, ).

There followed the decree "On Red Terror", issued on 5 September by the Cheka. On 15 October, the leading Chekist Gleb Bokii, summing up the officially ended Red Terror, reported that in Petrograd alleged enemies had been shot and another 6, imprisoned. The year is Russia’s Tsar Nicholas II has abdicated and Russia slides toward an ever deepening internal crisis.

On the western edge of the vast Russian Empire, the uncertainty in Russia is giving rise to a power vacuum in the semi-autonomous Grand Duchy of Finland. For many across the Finnish political spectrum, the turmoil in Russia looks like an opportunity to /10(6).

The Prelude to the Battle ↑. With the outbreak of the Finnish Civil War in Januarythe industrial town of Tampere became one of the strongholds of the revolutionary Red forces. The large working-class population and the central location as a railway junction made the town the main Red base on the Northern Front.

The revolution in Finland broke out in mid-January in the southern industrial areas. On January 15 (28), the Finnish Red Guard occupied Helsingfors, the capital, and overthrew the reactionary bourgeois government of Svinhufvud.

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The last Red strongholds in southeastern Finland were cleared out in late April and early Mayand thousands of Finnish Reds, including the Red leadership, escaped into the Soviet Union.

OnGeneral Mannerheim entered Helsinki, formally marking the. A Short History of Finland /. 2nd ed. Cambridge University Press, Söderhjelm, Henning. The Red Insurrection in Finland in ; a Study Based on Documentary Evidence. Although the nonfiction book should be full of definite facts, the author can add some emotions to make this memoir or chronic and not so bored.

It is a perfect literature for studying. The Red Insurrection in Finland in ; a Study Based On Documentary Evidence. Söderhjelm, Henning, The Red Insurrection in Finland in ; a. The Finnish Civil War offers a rich account of the history and memory of the short conflict between socialist Reds and non-socialist Whites in the winter and spring of It also traces the legacy of the bloody war in Finnish society until today.

The volume brings together established scholarship of political and social history with newer approaches stemming from 5/5(2). The Lost. The Lost Evidence Battle Of Berlin Dvd History Aande Germany - Documentary. $ Finland Kingdom coat of arms().jpg × 1,; 72 KB Finnish People's Delegation's 1, × 1,; KB Germans in Lohja jpg × ; 89 KBCategory combines topics:Finland.

This book talks about how the Soviet Union invaded Finland. And despite the fact that the Red Army vastly outnumbered the Finns and had far superior air power, armor, and artillery, the Finns did an My little brother has been telling me for years that I should read this book/5. Red Guardists of Tampere.

Finnish and Russian brothers in arms. The victories of the Finnish Red Guards were the heavy battles against imperialist German troops at Hauho and Tuulos, Syrjäntaka, on 28–29 April German troops try to interrupt the railway-transport of red weapons from Soviet Russia to the Red Army of Finland.

Finnish Revolution of a workers’ revolution that took place in Finland from January to May The revolution broke out during an upsurge that had developed in the Finnish revolutionary movement at the end of under the influence of the October Revolution in Russia.

In response to terrorist acts by White Guard units, the buildings of the. The Russian Revolution of was said to be a major factor contributing to the cause of the Revolutions of The events of Bloody Sunday triggered nationwide protests and soldier mutinies.

A council of workers called the St. Petersburg Soviet was created in this chaos. While the Revolution was ultimately crushed, and the leaders of the St. Petersburg Soviet were Duration: February Revolution: 8–16 March.

In lateafter a civil war waged in Finland, a board game titled “Battle of the Reds and the Whites in Finland in ” was published. “The Whites” refers to the side fighting for the Senate, and “the Reds” to the revolutionary socialist forces. The red insurrection in Finland in a study based on documentary evidence / by Henning Soderhjelm Finland's war of independence / by J.O.

Hannula The Finnish Revolution, / Anthony F. Upton. By Dr. Lewis Siegelbaum / Professor of Russian and European History Michigan State University. EVENTS February Revolution. Aleksei Radakov: The Autocratic System () / From Building the Collective: Soviet Graphic Design, by Leah Dickerman.

More than three centuries of Romanov dynastic rule came to an end in late February when. About This Content Finland is a simulation of the tragic Finnish civil war that follosw the crumble of Czarist Russa. The Communists control the capital of Helsinki but Russian Soviet support won't last forever.

Facing them, the Nationalists led by Mannerheim would love to defeat the Reds without having to resort to German support, as the latter are keen on make Finland Reviews: 1.The Greater Poland Uprising of –, or Wielkopolska Uprising of – (Polish: powstanie wielkopolskie –19 roku; German: Großpolnischer Aufstand) or Posnanian War was a military insurrection of Poles in the Greater Poland (also called the Grand Duchy of Poznań or Provinz Posen region) against Germany and Rating: % positive.

Finland had been part of Sweden since but Sweden lost a major war with Russia (same road as Napoleon) and Finland became a Grand Duchy of Russia in Finland had its own parliament but Finnish soldiers had to fight for the Tsar.