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Juho Niukkanen print that page

Juho Niukkanen was a favourite subject of many puns and jokes, because his name is derived from the adjective niukka (bare, meagre, economical). Preceded by Hannes Ryömä Minister of Finance (Finland) 1927–1928 Succeeded by Hugo Relander Preceded by Hugo Relander Minister

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Juho Vennola's second cabinet print that page

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Background of the Winter War print that page

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The background of the Winter War covers the period before the outbreak of the Winter War between Finland and the Soviet Union in 1939–1940, stretching from Finland's Declaration of Independence in 1917 to the Soviet-Finnish negotiations in 1938–1939. Before its independence, Finland

Finnish parliamentary election, 1954 print that page

and corporate taxes, cut the interest rate, and reduce the wages by ten percent. Finance Minister Juho Niukkanen (Agrarian) presented to Parliament in September 1953 an austerity budget, which proposed to cut all major government expenditures by 15 percent. The Social Democrats and People

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Arndt Pekurinen print that page

relentlessly. In 1930, an international petition on his behalf was sent to the Finnish defense minister Juho Niukkanen , which included the signatures of sixty British MPs and notables such as Albert Einstein , Henri Barbusse and H. G. Wells . On April 14, 1931, the Lex Pekurinen , Finland

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Kyösti Kallio's fourth cabinet print that page

Finance Hugo Relander October 7, 1936–March 12, 1937 neutral Deputy Minister of Finance Juho Niukkanen October 7, 1936–March 12, 1937 Agrarian League Minister of Education Antti Kukkonen October 7, 1936–March 12, 1937 Agrarian League Minister of Agriculture Pekka

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Kyösti Kallio's first cabinet print that page

November 14, 1922–January 18, 1924 National Progressive Party Minister for Foreign Affairs Juho Vennola November 14, 1922–January 18, 1924 National Progressive Party Minister of Justice Otto Åkesson Elias Sopanen November 14, 1922–January 18, 1924 Decemver 21,1923 - January

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Juho Sunila's second cabinet print that page

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Kyösti Kallio's second cabinet print that page

Ingman December 31, 1925–December 13, 1926 National Coalition Party Minister of Agriculture Juho Sunila December 31, 1925–December 13, 1926 Agrarian League Deputy Minister of Agriculture Vihtori Vesterinen December 31, 1925–December 13, 1926 Agrarian League Minister

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Svobodnoye, Leningrad Oblast print that page

It is birthplace of Juho Niukkanen (1888–1954). This Leningrad Oblast location article is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by expanding it . v   •   d   •   e Coordinates : 61°4′58.8″N 29°18′0″E / 61.083°N 29.3°E / 61.083; 29.3 Categories : Rural

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