Jeg fant informasjon om et historisk kapittel hvor en av våre naboland var i krig, i årene 1939 til 1940: The Winter War
Sidene inneholder en beskrivelse av hendelser fra dag til dag i perioden 30. november 1939 til 14. mars 1940. Kunnskapen om denne krigen er trolig liten blant folk flest. Dette nettstedet gir en relativt kort og god beskrivelse av krigens forløp
Dette er et utdrag med hendelser knyttet til internasjonal støtte til Finland i denne perioden:
New York: the first detachment of Finnish American volunteers - around one hundred officers, pilots and mechanics - board ship bound for Finland. .... Swedish border: the author Frans Emil Sillanpää arrives in Haaparanta en route to receive his Nobel Prize for Literature. .... Finland wins authorization to buy 43 Brewster fighter aircraft from the USA. .... Helsinki: a private umbrella organization, the Finnish Centre for Nordic Aid, is set up to organize the evacuation of Finnish children to Sweden. The first shipment of children arrives by sea in Stockholm. .... Swedish border: the first foreign volunteers cross the border at Haaparanta and arrive at the reception centre in Tornio. .... Stockholm: Frans Emil Sillanpää receives the Nobel Prize for Literature. .... New York: the film star Greta Garbo gives 5,000 dollars to the Finnish aid fund. .... Despite the war, Finland is honouring the repayment schedule for its First World War debt to the USA. .... Paris: students demonstrate throughout the day in support of Finland. .... Abroad: Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard give 1,000 guilders to the Dutch Red Cross to be passed on to the Finnish Red Cross. .... The first 150-bed field ambulance from the Swedish Red Cross arrives in Finland. The staff of the ambulance comprise 5 surgeons, 2 consultants and 10 nurses under the leadership of Professor G. Nyström. .... Abroad: the Norwegian National Theatre in Oslo presents a Finnish programme including Heimo Haitto, the 14-year-old violin prodigy. .... Argentina is the first country to respond positively to the League of Nations' appeal for aid to be sent to Finland. .... The Hungarian Pen Club awards its medal for 1939 to the Finnish poet Otto Manninen. .... Abroad: Argentina's positive response to the League of Nations' appeal for aid to be sent to Finland has been joined by a similar response from Ecuador, Haiti, Peru, the Union of South American States, Bolivia, Venezuela and Mexico. .... United States: Gunnar Bärlund, the Finnish heavyweight boxer resident in the USA, beats Italo Golonello, with the referee stopping the bout in the seventh round. Bärlund donates part of his proceeds from the fight to the Finnish Relief Fund. .... Swedish border: the first group of Finnish American volunteers arrives in Tornio. .... Abroad: in a speech at the Vatican, Pope Pius XII condemns the Soviet attack on Finland. .... Abroad: Uruguay announces it is to send material aid to Finland. .... Mexico also promises to send Finland whatever assistance it can afford. .... Abroad: in a speech at the Vatican, Pope Pius XII condemns the Soviet attack on Finland. .... London: the London dailies, The Times and the Daily Telegraph praise the stalwart Finnish resistance against overwhelming odds. .... Abroad: in Sweden, a nationwide collection in aid of Finland has attracted major donations totalling 800,000 krona. Altogether, almost 6 million krona was collected. .... Stockholm's footplate men donate a day's pay from December as a New Year present for Finland. .... The Danish paper Berlingske Tidende publishes an article in praise of Finnish women. .... Abroad: in Amsterdam, persons unknown raise the Finnish flag on the mast of the Soviet steamship Joseph Stalin. .... Abroad: the Swedish sports reporter Torsten Tegnér proposes a bandy match to raise funds for Finland. .... 10 well-known Russian émigré writers, including Nobel Prize winner Ivan Bunin, issue a communiqué in Paris condemning the Soviet Union's invasion of Finland. .... Abroad: more than 10,000 Swedish homes have volunteered to receive Finnish mothers and children. To date, 50 mothers and 400 children have been evacuated to Sweden. .... In Norway, a special rucksack collection in aid of Finland has already gathered 25,000 rucksacks packed with food and clothing. .... An anonymous Danish businessman announces he is to donate 50 lorries to Finland. .... Sweden: the Soviet Ambassador in Stockholm, Alexandra Kollontai, protests to the Swedish Government over voluntary recruitment activities and other aid work on behalf of Finland, and also over articles in the Swedish press critical of the Soviet Union. .... The Soviet Union also sends a similar note to the Norwegian Government. .... Abroad: expressions of sympathy and support for Finland's struggle are pouring in from all over the world. .... In Paris, the French National Group of the Inter-Parliamentary Union responds to the appeal by the Finnish Parliament and expresses its support for Finland. .... The Canadian Red Cross sends 50,000 dollars in aid to Finland. .... Herbert Hoover, the former US President, sends his fifth 100,000 dollar check to Finland. .... In response to the appeal by the League of Nations, Argentina sends 50,000 tonnes of grain to Finland with no fixed date for payment. .... The Nicaraguan Government launches a national appeal for aid for Finland. .... The German war correspondent Otto von Zwehl enlists as a volunteer in the Finnish Army. Hitler hears of this and strips him of his German citizenship and military rank. .... Abroad: Germany forbids the passage of volunteers to Finland through German territory. .... At the Brenner Pass, Germany has also halted a shipment of war materiel en route from Italy to Finland. The Italian Ambassador has lodged a protest with the German Foreign Ministry. It would seem that Germany must now choose its friend: either Stalin or Mussolini. .... Prince Ferdinand of Liechtenstein arrives in Finland and declares his wish to serve as a volunteer on the front. .... Sweden: an art shop is opened to raise funds for Finland. .... The International Federation of Trade Unions issues a resolution calling on governments around the world to fulfil their obligation of solidarity with Finland. .... Abroad: Heimo Haitto, the 14-year-old violin prodigy, is the main attraction at a gala concert in Stockholm organized by the Fund for Finnish Relief. .... At a fight held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, the Finnish heavyweight boxer Gunnar Bärlund scores a points victory over his American opponent, Jim Thompson. Some of the proceeds from the fight go to help Finland. .... Coffee growers in Rio de Janeiro donate 60,000 sacks of coffee to Finland. .... Helsinki: an ambulance donated by the French Red Cross arrives from Stockholm with four nurses. .... Abroad: the Swedish Government responds to the Soviet note accusing Sweden of abandoning its neutrality and the Swedish press of publishing anti-Soviet material. The Swedes reject the accusation and affirm their commitment to freedom of the press. .... The Swedish novelist Selma Lagerlöf donates her gold medal from the Swedish Academy and her Nobel Gold Medal to the collection in aid of Finland. .... Abroad: a special Finnish day is to be held at the Holmenkollen skiing games in Oslo to raise money for Finland. .... A Danish association of factory-owners is sending a railway wagonload of food aid to Finland. .... United States President, Franklin D. Roosevelt says the USA can extend a non-military loan to Finland as this would in his opinion not compromise US neutrality. .... The Swiss Medical Association announces it is to send a group of volunteers to Finland. .... Abroad: Norwegian fruiterers have today donated six trainloads (50,000 kilos) of apples to Finland. .... The United States has decided to send two military attachés to Finland. .... Sweden: the Swedish Parliament debates the question of aid for Finland. Public opinion in Sweden sees the country's future as closely bound up with the outcome of Finland's struggle. .... "Finlands sak är vår" (Finland's cause is our own) is adopted as the slogan of the popular movement campaigning on behalf of aid for Finland. .... Abroad: Hungarian professor Albert Szent-Györgyi, winner of the 1937 Nobel Prize for Medicine, gifts his Nobel Medal to Finland. .... A special newspaper called Den Frivillege (The Volunteer) is introduced for Swedish volunteers in Finland. The author Olof Lagercrantz is appointed editor-in-chief. .... Abroad: Sweden gifts Finland two FK 52 reconnaissance aircraft. .... The well-known author and explorer Sven Hedin suggests the funds intended for paying the 1939 and 1940 Nobel Peace Prizes be given instead to the Finnish Red Cross. .... Swedish business has so far collected 62 million krona in aid for Finland. .... Oulu: 58 American Finnish volunteers arrive in the city. .... Abroad: Winston Churchill, Great Britain's First Lord of the Admiralty, addresses the British nation in a broadcast speech: "All Scandinavia dwells brooding under Nazi and Bolshevik threats. Only Finland superb, nay, sublime in the jaws of peril shows what free men can do. ... They have exposed, for all the world to see, the military incapacity of the Red Army and of the Red Air Force." .... Abroad: participants at a major international skating event in Norway remember the Finnish world champion Birger Wasenius, who was killed at the front at the beginning of January. .... Finland welcomes foreign volunteers willing to serve in the Finnish armed forces. .... The Norwegian rucksack collection for Finland reaches its goal of 50,000 filled rucksacks, which are duly surrendered to the collection committee. .... The monarchist government led by the pretender to the Russian throne, Grand Duke Vladimir, recognizes Finnish independence and urges Russian émigrés to join in the work of freeing their country. .... A correspondent on the English paper News of the World describes the Finns as the equal of the American Indians in forest warfare. .... Finland's employers recognize the trade union movement. The Central Organization of Finnish Trade Unions (SAK) now has 80,000 members. .... The author Frans Emil Sillanpää donates his Nobel Gold Medal to the defence of Finland. .... Turku: a four-strong delegation from the British Labour Party arrives in the city. In an interview, Sir Walter Citrine says 99.9% of people in Britain support Finland in her struggle. .... Abroad: the leaders of the International Amateur Athletic Federation call on the world's athletes to help Finland. .... Sweden's Red Star organization's horse ambulance leaves Stockholm en route to Finland. .... Finland's Minister of Social Affairs K.-A. Fagerholm arrives in Stockholm to discuss details of the evacuation of Finnish children. .... Abroad: the British aid fund for Finland has already collected over 100,000 pounds (about 25 million markkaa). .... The Norwegian author Sigrid Undset is donating her 1928 Nobel Medal to Finland. .... The French Academy expresses its warm sympathy for the Finnish people. .... Abroad: at a press conference in Washington, US President Franklin D. Roosevelt emphasizes that any American who enlists in and swears allegiance to the army of a foreign country at war will thereby lose his American citizenship. However, since there had been no official declaration of war, the United States did not consider Finland to be a country at war, and American volunteers in Finland would therefore retain their citizenship. .... The British Labour Party and Cooperative Movement declare Britain will do all it can to help Finland. .... Abroad: Count Eric von Rosen, the Swedish Finnophile who donated the first aircraft in the Finnish Air Force, believes Finland can withstand the Soviet pressure and does not believe the air raids will undermine Finnish resistance. .... The American daily The Chicago News suggests the 1940 Nobel Peace Prize be awarded to Finland. .... Sweden's Foreign Minister warns the Soviet Ambassador in Stockholm, Madame Alexandra Kollontai, that continuation of the war against Finland could lead to the involvement of the Western powers. .... 'Père Clément', the renowned French general Clément Grandcourt arrives in Helsinki to enlist as a volunteer in the Finnish Army. .... Abroad: tickets for the bandy match between Finland and Sweden to raise funds for Finland are sold out. King Gustav V of Sweden is among those who have bought a ticket. .... The famous Spanish fighter pilot Nicolas Beries is on his way to Finland as a volunteer. .... Oslo: Finland's Minister of Social Affairs K.-A. Fagerholm explains the situation in Finland and appeals for Norway to send civilian labour to Finland. A group of iron and metal workers have already volunteered. .... Viktor Smeds, Chairman of the Finnish Amateur Boxing Association and President of the International Amateur Boxing Association proposes an international boxing tournament between Finland and Sweden to be held in Stockholm in February. .... Abroad: in Britain, the little princesses Elizabeth and Margaret have stopped knitting socks for British servicemen in favour of clothes for Finnish children. .... Another staffed field ambulance leaves Stockholm for Finland. .... South African wine growers gift Finland 14,000 litres of wine and 7,000 litres of brandy. .... Abroad: the Board of the Swedish Red Cross urges the International Committee of the Red Cross to investigate attacks on Finnish civilians by the Soviet Air Force and to consider possible countermeasures. .... The Soviet news agency Tass claims Sweden has emptied its prisons to allow convicts to go off to Finland as volunteers. .... In London, prayers are said on behalf of Finland in St Paul's Cathedral. Those present include the Archbishop of Canterbury and all the Nordic ambassadors. .... Abroad: the Holmenkollen skiing stadium in Oslo puts on a benefit event in aid of Finland. The main attractions are the oft-crowned Olympic speed-skating champion and World Champion Clas Thunberg and the ski-jumpers Lauri Valonen and Niilo Toppila. .... Brazilian President Getulio Vargas announces that Brazil is to send Finland a gift of 10,000 sacks of coffee. .... The British War Cabinet rejects a plan for a naval blockade of the Soviet Union. .... Abroad: the International Labour Office announces that the Soviet Union has been expelled from the International Labour Organization (ILO). .... Marshall Mannerheim's sister, Countess Eva Sparre arrives in New York to begin a series of lectures in the USA on Finland. .... The great Finnish runners Paavo Nurmi and Taisto Mäki receive a hero's welcome on arrival in New York. Thousands of people and dozens of reporters come to the harbour to welcome them. .... Abroad: Paavo Nurmi and Taisto Mäki, the famous Finnish runners currently on a tour of the USA, attend a flag-raising ceremony in the Finnish pavilion at the New York World's Fair. .... Abroad: Supreme Allied Command in Paris decides to help Finland. An allied unit of at least two brigades in strength is to be sent to Finland in the middle of March. .... The Finnish Red Cross receives a donation from the Belgian Red Cross. .... The great Finnish runners Paavo Nurmi and Taisto Mäki travel to Washington, where they are received by US President Franklin D. Roosevelt. .... Norway: the northern Norwegian province of Ruija announces that there are currently 1,179 Finnish refugees in the province: 381 men, 359 women and 429 children. .... London: a question is asked in the House of Commons on the urgent dispatch of aircraft to Finland. Due to the sensitivity of the issue no detailed information can be provided. .... Abroad: in Copenhagen a new civilian labour agency has attracted 1,250 volunteers for Finland in its first two days of operation. .... The American trade union movement is today holding a special day to express its support for Finland. .... Second Lieutenant Wilhelm Bekassy, a Hungarian volunteer, disappears while flying his Fiat G50 fighter, bought from Italy and assembled in Sweden, from the Swedish city of Västerås to Säkylä in southwest Finland. .... The Swedish national collection in aid of Finland has so far generated around 15 million krona. .... The British Labour Party delegation visiting Finland leaves for home today. .... Abroad: the Paris Opera is putting on a special gala evening to raise funds for Finland. .... Sweden: more than two out of every hundred Swedish doctors are now in Finland, and the Swedish Medical Association's collection for Finland has already brought in over 100,000 kro .... A collection organized by a Lutheran priest in Gothenburg has raised 240,000 krona to buy a fighter aircraft for Finland. .... Denmark: 10,000 Danes have volunteered to go and work in Finland. .... London: a credit agreement has been signed to facilitate Finland's purchase of war materiel from the United Kingdom. .... Abroad: a train from the Finnish Centre for Nordic Aid arrives in Stockholm with 300 Finnish children. .... A Danish officer, Colonel Tretow-Loof is travelling to Finland to lead the Danish volunteer battalion. .... An association called 'Wings for Finland' is founded in New York to procure aircraft for Finland. .... Abroad: teams representing Sweden and Finland play an international bandy match in biting temperatures of 15 below zero in the Olympic Stadium in Stockholm. The proceeds are to be donated to the Finnish war effort. Listeners to Swedish radio can also contribute to the collection. .... Before the match begins the actress Ella Eronen recites the words of the Finnish national anthem in Finnish and Swedish. .... The official proceeds from the match are 475,000 krona. .... The Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra has sent 1,200 dollars to the great Finnish composer Jean Sibelius, and Sibelius has decided the money should be used to help the needy families of fallen reservists. .... Abroad: Karl J. Ewerts, the director of volunteer recruitment in Sweden, returns from a trip to the Karelian Isthmus and issues a statement to the press calling for weapons, men and vehicles to be sent to Finland. .... The first 10 Finnish flying cadets arrive in Stockholm for training provided by the Royal Swedish Aero Club. .... In the United States, the 'one dollar collection' organized by the Finnish committee has already raised over a million dollars. .... Abroad: a benefit bandy international between Norway and Finland at the Bislet ice rink in Oslo ends in a 2-1 victory for Finland. The event was organized by sports journalists in the Norwegian capital, and the proceeds of 300,000 markkaa will be donated to help the families of Finnish sportsmen killed at the front. .... Georg Gripenberg, Finland's diplomatic representative in London, and Lieutenant-General Enckell, who is currently on a visit to the British capital, appeal to Lord Halifax, the British Foreign Secretary, to send military aid to Finland. Halifax promises to raise the matter in the War Cabinet. .... A fully equipped force of Hungarian volunteers has travelled to Scandinavia via France to help in the defence of Finland. .... Abroad: British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain informs Finland's diplomatic representative in London, Georg Gripenberg that the United Kingdom is prepared to supply Finland with thirty 84 mm field cannons and 30,000 shells. This is around a third of what Finland had asked for. .... Olympic champion Lauri Lehtinen is to donate his gold medal from the 5,000 metres at the Los Angeles Olympics in 1932 to be awarded to an as-yet-unnamed soldier who has served with distinction on the Karelian Isthmus. Lehtinen's gesture is also to be seen as a mark of respect for fellow athlete Gunnar Höckert, who was killed in action four days ago on the Isthmus. Höckert took the gold medal over the same distance in the Berlin Olympics in 1936. .... Abroad: Swedish construction workers donate 960,000 krona towards fighter aircraft for Finland. .... In Toronto, the Provincial Parliament of Ontario has asked the Canadian Government for permission to send to Finland the Canadian volunteer division which has already been assembled. .... Ladoga Karelia: in recognition of his prowess in the fighting on the River Kollaanjoki, Corporal Simo Häyhä is awarded a Sako target rifle donated by a Swedish sympathiser, Eugen Johansson. .... Abroad: the Swedish press strongly criticizes Prime Minister Hansson and the Swedish Government's decision not to help Finland. .... The British and French press believe Sweden will come to regret the decision. .... 300 Danish volunteer metal workers have arrived in Finland. .... France: the leader of the Garibaldi League, General Marabini is assembling a force of Garibaldi legionnaires for Finland. .... The volunteer Danish pilot Count Erhard Frijs is killed over Heinjoki when his Fokker fighter bursts into flames during aerial combat. .... Despite the King's statement, schoolchildren in Linköping decide to publish an appeal for Sweden to help Finland and organize a collection to buy a fighter aircraft for Finland as a gift from the schoolchildren of Sweden. .... Hungary: leading performers give a concert in Budapest to raise money for the Finnish Red Cross. .... A detachment of Swedish volunteers, Svenska Frivilligkåren, is attached to the Finnish field army. The volunteers prepare to assume responsibility for the front in the far north, taking over from the Lapland Group. .... An ambulance sent by the Swedish Red Cross is working close to the front lines in northern Finland. .... In Sweden, the national collection and the women's fighter aircraft fund are both growing rapidly. .... Back in Finland, the Martha Organization is opening a service centre for veterans of the front in Helsinki. .... Northern Sweden: shortly after noon, at 12.46 p.m., seven Soviet aircraft begin to bomb the Swedish village of Pajala in the Tornedal valley nine kilometres from the Finnish border .... The Swedish Government presents a stiffly worded protest to the Soviet Union over the incident. .... Abroad: the wife of Georg Gripenberg, Finland's diplomatic representative in London, introduces the British Women's Council to the work of Finnish women in defending their country. .... Despite the war, US exports to the Soviet Union continue unabated. During the five months to the end of January, 90% of Soviet imports from the USA have been munitions to the value of 35 million dollars. .... Sweden is afraid that giving military aid to Finland would end up dragging it into a major war. .... The Swedish Government's policy on Finland is approved by the first chamber of the Swedish Parliament. The chamber nevertheless urges the Swedish people to give whatever voluntary aid they can to Finland. .... There has been an increase in the number of volunteers from the United Kingdom since the British Government announced that men aged 27 or over are free to serve in Finland. .... According to Vereker, the Allies are ready to send 20,000 soldiers to Finland on March 15. .... The foreign ministers of Norway, Denmark and Sweden meet in Copenhagen. .... Scandinavian foreign ministers declare their countries' neutrality and emphasize their commitment to peace. .... Eastern Finland: British pilots bring 12 Bristol Blenheim bombers directly to Jukajärvi airstrip in Juva. .... Abroad: in Stockholm, holders of steel von Döbeln rings bearing the election slogan "Honour - Duty - Will" exchange them for gold rings, the proceeds from the sale to go to help the Finnish cause. .... 300 child evacuees arrive in Stockholm from Finland. 3,000 more are expected to arrive soon .... Helsinki's Swedish Theatre visits Oslo and receives public acclaim for its performance of J.J. Wecksell's play Daniel Hjort. .... After the performance the company are presented with flowers and Director Nyman presents his Finnish colleague with a laurel wreath. .... The Norwegian Royal Family and many members of the Government attend the performance, which ends with the singing of the Finnish and Norwegian national anthems. .... In the north, the Swedish volunteer corps, Svenska Frivilligkåren, takes over responsibility for the front at Märkäjärvi in Salla in the early hours of the morning. .... The Defence Union of Finland, Lotta Svärd (the women's voluntary defence organization) and the Central Organisation of Social Democratic Women decide to organize a joint collection of gold rings and other valuables to buy fighter aircraft for the Finnish Air Force. .... The Western Allies promise to send Finland 10,000 troops in April. .... In Washington, the US House of Representatives approves legislation for a 20 million dollar loan to Finland. .... Oy Karl Fazer Ab buys Frans Emil Sillanpää's Nobel Gold Medal, donated by the author to raise money for Finland's defence. The Finnish confectioners pay 100,000 markkaa for the medal, which they then return to the author. .... The Western Allies announce they are ready to send 50,000 troops and aircraft to Finland if they receive an official request for help before the 5th of March. .... In Sweden, a collection of gold rings has raised 1,500 rings. .... A battalion of Hungarian volunteers arrives in Finland. .... The office of the Canadian Prime Minister announces there are no legal obstacles to Canadian volunteers participating in the war in Finland. The first batch of volunteers board ship in Ottawa en route for Finland. .... Abroad: today is Finnish day at the Holmenkollen games in Oslo. .... In a speech at Holmenkollen, the Finnish speedskater Clas Thunberg says: "My people hope that here in Norway you will realise that Finland's cause is also your cause. The Finns dying at the front are giving their lives to protect all of us in the Nordic countries." .... Thunberg's speech is followed by a rendering of the Finnish national anthem. .... The first train of Finnish child evacuees arrives in Copenhagen with 93 children on board. .... A French ambulance arrives in Finland. .... The Soviet Government formally apologises to Sweden over the bombing of Pajala. .... In San Francisco, the great Finnish runner Taisto Mäki wins a three-mile race in 14 minutes 15.3 seconds in an event organized to raise funds for Finland. .... British volunteers swear their oath to Colonel Kermit Roosevelt in the Finnish Aid office in London. .... In Finland, the Central Organization of Social Democratic Women urges its members to join the Lotta Svärd women's defence organization. .... Staff Sergeant Diego Manzochi, an Italian volunteer in the Finnish Air Force attached to Squadron 26, is killed in a forced landing in Iitti, to the west of Kouvola, caused probably by his plane running out of fuel. Manzochi had flown his own Fiat fighter to Finland back in December. .... The Treaty of Moscow ending the Winter War is signed in the Kremlin at 1 o'clock in the morning Finnish time. .... According to the New York Herald Tribune the Treaty of Moscow demonstrates the inability of democratic countries to help a small freedom-loving people. The paper reserves its main ire for the United States' Congress, whose inertia and hesitation hampered the sending of aid to Finland. .... During the course of the war a total of 84,000 women took part in the work of the defence organization Lotta Svärd. Most worked in the catering corps, while some served at the front. 64 members of the Lotta Svärd gave their lives in carrying out their duties Asbjørn Dyrendal, konspirasjonsteorier gir et fattig verdenskart, med viktige kritiske kommentarer , Jørgen Skavlan, lege: Nordmenn er Europas mest naive befolkning. Om selverklærte såkalte skeptikere , Hvorfor utviser skepsis.no Jørgen Skavlan og Asbjørn Dyrendal m. fl. beviselig farlig inkompetanse? , Working Class Hero - John Lennon ~ Lyrics quote: ".. There's room at the top they're telling you still, But first you must learn how to smile as you kill, If you want to be like the folks on the hill .."
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