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    • us: Fennoscandia
    • us: Finnland
    • us: Suomi
    • us: Fen-lan
    • us: Finli︠a︡ndii︠a︡
    • us: Souomi
    • us: Finlândia
    • us: Finlande
    • us: Finlandii︠a︡
    • us: Fen-lan kung ho kuo
    • us: Republic of Finland
    • us: Finnlando
    • us: Suomen Tasavalta
    • us: Republiken Finland
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    • Sources

      • found: Arnault, J. Finlande, "finlandisation", Union soviétique--, c1986: t.p. (Finlande) p. 63 (Finland)
      • found: Distrito Federal (Brazil). Secretaria de Serviços Sociais. Comunicação à XIV Conferência Internacional do Bem-Estar Social, Helsinki, Finlândia, 1969: t.p. (Finlândia; Finland)
      • found: Sŭvet za pravopis i transkript︠s︡ii︠a︡ na geografskite imena (Bulgaria). Spisŭk na transkribiranite geografski imena ot Finlandii︠a︡, 1980.
      • found: China. Treaties, etc. Finland, 1986 May 12. Chinese & English. Chung-hua jen min kung ho kuo cheng fu ho Fen-lan kung ho kuo cheng fu ... 1987: t.p. (Fen-lan kung ho kuo; The Republic of Finland)
      • found: Finna biblioteko esperanta, n:o 1 (1919): t.p. (Finnlando)
      • found: Webster's New Geographic Dictionary, 1984: (Finland, republic in Northern Europe originally settled by Finish people in 8th cent. A.D. This land was conquered and converted by the Swedes in the 12th cent. The eastern part of Finland (Karelia) was ceded to Russia in 1721 by the Swedes. The rest of Finland was ceded to Russia by Sweden after her defeat by Russian forces in 1809. Finland was then organized as an autonomous grand duchy in personal union with the Czar of Russia. In 1917 Finland proclaimed her independence from the Russian Empire. As a result of her defeat in the 1939-1940 war with the Soviet Union, Finland was compelled to cede the Karelian Isthmus to the USSR)
      • found: The statesman's year-book, 1995-1996: p. 539 (Finland; Suomen Tasavalta--Republiken Finland)
      • notfound: Prikazy rukovodi︠a︡shchago kharaktera po Kant︠s︡eli︠a︡rīi Finli︠a︡ndskago General-gubernatora, 1914: (name not given);Russian Brockhaus: v. 5, p. 826 (Velikoe kni︠a︡zhestvo presently used only to refer to Finland, which has been united with the Russian Empire since 1809);LC data base, 01-12-94 (usage only: Grand Duchy of Finland) (LC PreMARC file (hdg.: Finland, Grand Duchy of; usage: Velikoe kni︠a︡zhestvo finli︠a︡ndskoe, V.K. finli︠a︡ndskago, Vel. kn. finli︠a︡ndskago, V.K. Finli︠a︡ndii, Vel. kn. Finli︠a︡ndii, Velikoe kni︠a︡zhestvo findli︠a︡ndskoe, V.K.F.))
      • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009 (pcl; 64°00ʹ00ʺN 026°00ʹ00ʺE)
    • Change Notes

      • 1979-08-08: new
      • 2013-12-20: revised
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