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Historical Events

Events 1 - 100 of 105

1156-01-20 - According to legend, freeholder Lalli slays English crusader Bishop Henry with an axe on the ice of lake Köyliönjärvi in Finland.
1245-02-21 - Thomas, the first known Bishop of Finland, is granted resignation after having confessed to torture and forgery.
1605-08-08 - The city of Oulu, Finland, is founded by Charles IX of Sweden.
1771-10-09 - The Dutch merchant ship Vrouw Maria sinks near the coast of Finland.
1808-05-03 - Finnish War: Sweden loses the fortress of Sveaborg to Russia.
1808-09-13 - Finnish War: In the Battle of Jutas, Swedish forces under Lieutenant General Georg Carl von Döbeln beat the Russians, making von Döbeln a Swedish war hero.
1809-03-29 - King Gustav IV Adolf of Sweden abdicates after a coup d'état. At the Diet of Porvoo, Finland's four Estates pledge allegiance to Alexander I of Russia, commencing the secession of the Grand Duchy of Finland from Sweden.
1809-09-17 - Peace between Sweden and Russia in the Finnish War. The territory to become Finland is ceded to Russia by the Treaty of Fredrikshamn.
1835-02-28 - Dr Elias L"nnrot publishes Finnish poem "Kalevala"
1848-05-13 - First performance of Finland's national anthem.
1854-05-05 - English pirate Plumridge robs along pro-English Finnish coast
1857-09-23 - Russian warship Leffort disappears in a storm in the Gulf of Finland; 826 die
1900-02-14 - Russia responds to international pressure to free Finland by tightening imperial control over the country.
1900-07-02 - Sibelius' "Finlandia" premieres in Helsinki
1904-06-16 - Eugen Schauman assassinates Nikolai Bobrikov, Governor-General of Finland.
1906-03-07 - Finnish Senate accepts universal suffrage, except for poor
1906-09-16 - Kaarlo Nieminen wins 1st Finnish marathon
1907-03-15 - Finland is 1st European country to give women the right to vote
1907-05-23 - The single chamber Parliament of Finland gathers for its first plenary session.
Tsar Nicholas IITsar Nicholas II 1909-02-23 - Russian Tsar Nicholas II dissolves Finnish Diet
1910-06-30 - Russia absorbs Finland
1917-12-06 - Finland declares independence from Russia (National Day)
1917-12-18 - Soviet regiment (Stalin/Lenin) declares Finland Independent
1918-01-01 - Last day of the Julian calendar in Finland
1918-01-12 - Finland's "Mosaic Confessors" law went into effect, making Finnish Jews full citizens.
1918-01-14 - Finland & USSR adopt New Style (Gregorian) calendar
1918-01-19 - Finnish Civil War: The first serious battles between the Red Guards and the White Guard.
Marxist Revolutionary and Russian Leader Vladimir LeninMarxist Revolutionary and Russian Leader Vladimir Lenin 1918-01-27 - The first hostilities occurred in the Finnish Civil War.
1918-01-28 - Finnish Civil War: Rebels seized control of the capital, Helsinki, and members of the Senate of Finland go underground.
1918-02-22 - Germany claims Baltic states, Finland & Ukraine from Russia
1918-03-07 - World War I: Finland forms an alliance with Germany.
1918-05-15 - The Finnish Civil War ends.
1919-06-06 - Finland declares war on bolsheviks
1919-07-17 - Finland adopts constitution
1920-10-14 - Part of Petsamo province ceded by Soviet Union to Finland
1931-02-16 - Extreme right wing Pehr Evind Svinhufvud becomes president of Finland
1932-01-21 - USSR & Finland stop non-attack treaty
1932-02-29 - Failed coup attempt by fascist Lapua Movement in Finland
1938-07-20 - Finland awarded 1940 Olympic games after Japan withdraws
1938-09-03 - 1940 Olympic site changed from Tokyo Japan to Helsinki Finland
1939-11-04 - 1940 Olympics awarded to Helsinki, Finland
1939-11-26 - 4 soviet soldiers killed on Finnish-Russian border
1939-11-28 - Soviet government revokes Russian-Finnish non-aggression treaty
1939-11-29 - USSR drops diplomatic relations with Finland
1939-11-30 - USSR invades Finland, bombs Helsinki
1939-12-14 - Soviet Union attacks Finland-League of Nations drops Soviet Union
1939-12-18 - Finnish army recaptures Agläjärvi
1939-12-19 - Russian air & ground attack against Finnish positions near Summa
1939-12-22 - Finnish counter offensive at Petsamo
1939-12-23 - Finnish counter offensive at Summa
1940-01-05 - Finnish offensive at Suomossalmi against Russia
1940-01-12 - World War II: Soviets bombs cities in Finland.
1940-02-01 - Russia begins new offensive against Finland
1940-02-22 - Finnish troops vacate Koivisto island
1940-02-29 - Finland initiates Winter War peace negotiations
1940-03-02 - Soviet armies conquer Tuppura Island Finland
1940-03-12 - Finland surrenders to Russia during WW II, gives Karelische Isthmus
1940-03-13 - Finland-Russian cease fire signed, the Winter War ends. Finland gives up Karelische
1940-03-31 - Karelo-Finnish SSR becomes 12th Soviet republic (until 1956)
1941-06-22 - Finland invades Karelia
1941-06-25 - Finland declares war on Soviet Union
1941-06-26 - Finland enters WW II against Russia
1941-11-25 - Finland joined the Anti-Comintern Pact.
1944-09-04 - Finland breaks diplomatic contact with Nazi Germany
1944-09-19 - Armistice between Finland and Soviet Union is signed. (End of the Continuation War).
1945-03-04 - Finland declares war on nazi-Germany
1946-03-12 - Part of Petsamo province ceded by Soviet Union to Finland
1947-02-10 - Province of Petsamo returned to Soviet Union by Finland
1950-02-01 - Urko Kekkonen elected president of Finland
1952-07-19 - 15th modern Olympic games opens in Helsinki, Finland
1952-08-03 - 15th Olympic games close in Helsinki Finland
1954-04-19 - 58th Boston Marathon won by Veikko Karvonen of Finland in 2:20:39
1956-01-26 - Porkkala military base returned to Finland by USSR
1956-02-15 - Urho Kekkonen appointed president of Finland
1956-04-19 - 60th Boston Marathon won by Antti Viskari of Finland in 2:14:14
1956-07-16 - Karelo-Finnish SSR becomes part of Russian SFSR
1958-12-04 - Finnish government of Fagerholm resigns
1959-04-20 - 63rd Boston Marathon won by Eino Oksanen of Finland in 2:22:42
1960-04-19 - 64th Boston Marathon won by Paavo Kotila of Finland in 2:20:54
1961-04-19 - 65th Boston Marathon won by Eino Oksanen of Finland in 2:23:39
1961-07-14 - Finland's Miettunen government forms
1962-04-19 - 66th Boston Marathon won by Eino Oksanen of Finland in 2:23:48
1969-11-17 - SALT-discussions open in Helsinki Finland
1972-04-17 - 76th Boston Marathon won by Olavi Suomalainen of Finland in 2:15:39
1980-02-24 - USA Olympic hockey team defeated Finland, 4-2, to win the gold medal
1982-01-26 - Mauno Koivisto elected president of Finland
1982-01-27 - Mauno Koivisto installed as president of Finland
1982-07-31 - Finland, Italy, Germany, Austria & France form American European Football Federation (AEFF)
1983-03-11 - Ice Dance Championship at Helsinki Finland won by Torvill & Dean (GRB)
1985-03-17 - Matti Nykanen of Finland set a world ski jump record of 623'
1987-09-02 - West German pilot Mathias Rust, who flew a private plane from Helsinki Finland, to Moscow's Red Square, forms trial in Russia
1991-05-06 - Seppo Raty of Finland sets javelin record to 301' 9"
1991-06-02 - Seppo Raty of Finland improves his world javelin record to 318' 1"
1994-02-06 - Martti Ahtisaari elected president of Finland
1994-03-01 - Martti Ahtisaari inaugurated as president of Finland
1995-01-01 - Austria, Finland & Sweden act to join European Union
1995-03-19 - Finnish Social Democratic Party wins parliamentary election
1998-02-08 - 1st female ice hockey game in Olympic history Finland beats Sweden 6-0
2000-03-01 - The Constitution of Finland is rewritten.
2000-08-24 - Argon fluorohydride, the first Argon compound ever known, is discovered at the University of Helsinki by Finnish scientists.

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 1 - 100 of 285

1526-11-01 - Catherine Jagellonica of Poland, queen of Sweden and duchess of Finland (d. 1583)
1694-10-26 - Johan Helmich Roman, Finnish/Swedish composer/conductor/violinist
1760-06-05 - Johan Gadolin, Finnish chemist (discovered yttrium)
1803-05-24 - Alexander von Nordmann, Finnish zoologist (d. 1866)
1804-02-05 - Johan Ludvig Runeberg, Finland, poet
1806-05-12 - J V Snellman, Finland, journalist/statesman/nationalist
1807-04-01 - Fredrik Cygnaeus, Finnish poet/literature critic
1811-03-03 - Vissarion Belinsky, Sveaborg Finland, Russian author (Literary Review)
1818-01-14 - Zacharias Topelius, Finnish historical novelist (Surgeon's Stories)
1826-08-07 - Carl AE Ahlqvist, [A Oksanen], Finnish poet (Suomalainen Runousoppi)
1828-01-03 - Karl Collan, Finnish composer
1834-10-10 - Aleksis Kivi, [Stenvall], Finland, writer/poet (Nummisuutarit)
1844-03-19 - Minna Canth, Finland, playwright (The Pastor's Family) and social activist
1846-11-10 - Martin Wegelius, Finnish musicologist/composer
1864-03-18 - Karl M Lybeck, Finnish/Swedish language poet (Samlade Arbeten)
1865-01-28 - Kaarlo Juho Ståhlberg, first president of Finland (d. 1952)
1865-12-08 - Jean Sibelius, Tavastehus Finland, composer (Valse Triste, Finlandia)
1866-06-04 - Miina Sillanpää, Finnish politician (d. 1952)
1867-06-04 - Carl Gustaf baron Mannerheim, general/president of Finland (1944-46)
1867-12-05 - Antti Aarne, Finnish folklorist (d. February 2, 1925)
1869-08-14 - Edvard Armas Jornefelt, Vyborg Finland, composer (Berceuse)
1870-11-27 - Juho Kusti Paasikivi, president Finland
1872-04-22 - Princess Margaret of Prussia, queen of Finland (d. 1954)
1873-08-20 - Eliel Saarinen, Finland, architect (GM Tech Institute, Mich)
1873-10-22 - Gustaf John Ramstedt, Finland-Swedish linguist and diplomat (d. 1950)
1874-12-12 - Volter A Kilpi, Finnish writer (Alastalon salissa)
1878-02-16 - Selim Palmgren, Finnish pianist/composer/conductor (Peter Schlemihl)
1878-07-06 - Eino Leino, Finnish poet (d. 1926)
1878-08-02 - Aino J M Kallas, Finnish writer (White Ship, Estonian Tales)
1880-03-23 - Heikki Ritavuori, Finnish politician (d. 1922)
1881-03-12 - Gunnar Nordström, Finnish physicist (d. 1923)
1881-10-05 - Otto V Kuusinen, Fin/Rus communist pres of Karelo-Finnish SR (1940-56)
1883-05-31 - Lauri Kristian Relander, 2nd President of Finland (d. 1942)
1888-10-26 - E Runar Schildt, Finnish writer (Segrande Eros)
1888-12-15 - Artturi A Leinonen, Finnish journalist/writer (Kati)/politician
1889-02-03 - Risto Ryti, Finnish premier/president
1889-12-09 - John P "Hannes" Kolehmainen, Finnish long-distance runner (Olympic gold 1912)
1890-02-18 - Lauri SA Haarla, Finnish (stage)writer (Juudas, Sukeltaja)
1890-08-09 - Eino Kaila, Finnish psychologist/philosopher
1891-06-18 - Hans Ruin, Finnish Swedish-language historian
1893-04-05 - Clas Thunberg, Finland, speed skater (Olympic-gold-1924, 28)
1893-06-29 - Aarre Merikanto, Finnish composer (12-tones music)
1895-01-15 - Artturi Ilmari Virtanen, Finnish chemist, Nobel laureate (d. 1973)
1896-01-20 - Elmer R Diktonius, Finnish musicologist/author (Janne Kubik)
Runner nicknamed the Runner nicknamed the "Flying Finn" Paavo Nurmi (1897-06-13) 1897-06-13 - Paavo Johannes Nurmi, Finland, 5K runner (Olympic-gold-1920/24/28)
1898-02-03 - Alvar Aalto, Finland, architect (Finlandia House)
1898-09-30 - Felix Kersten, Baltic-German/Finnish masseuse (Heinrich Himmler)
1899-01-28 - Elias Simojoki, Finnish clergyman and politician (d. 1940)
1900-09-03 - Urho K Kekkonen, premier/president Finland (1956-81)
1900-10-30 - Ragnar Granit Finnish neuroscientist, Nobel laureate (d. 1991)
1901-03-29 - Frans U Kailas, Finnish poet
1902-05-11 - Kaarlo Sarkia, Finnish poet (Unen Kaivo)
1902-09-10 - Toivo R Pekkanen, Finnish writer (Wegwerkers)
1902-09-21 - Limari Salminen, Finland, 10K run (Olympic-gold-1936)
1904-02-14 - Hertha Kuusinen, Finnish communist
1904-09-06 - Karlo Arvi Kivimaa, Finnish writer (Groenende Cross)
1905-12-17 - Simo Häyhä, Finnish sniper (d. 2002)
1907-09-28 - Heikki Savolainen, Finland, pommel horse gymnist (Olympic-gold-1948)
1908-02-13 - Sulo Nurmela, Finland, 4 X 100K relay skier (Olympic-gold-1936)
1908-03-10 - Kristjan Palusalu, Estonia, heavyweight wrestler (Olympic-gold-1936)
1909-02-18 - Matti Jarvinen, Finland, javelin thrower (Olympic-gold-1932)
1909-10-07 - Anni Blomqvist, Finnish novelist (d. 1990)
1910-08-20 - Eero Saarinen, Finnish/US architect (IBM Building, MIT Chapel)
1912-01-03 - Armand Lohikoski, Finnish director (d. 2005)
1914-08-09 - Tove Jansson, Finnish author (Moomins) (d. 2001)
1914-11-12 - Sylvi Saimo, Finland, 500m kayak (Olympic-gold-1952)
1915-03-08 - Tapio Rautavaara, Finnish athlete, actor, and singer (d. 1979)
1917-05-16 - George Gaynes, Helsinki Finland, actor (Henry-Punky Brewster)
1917-12-27 - Onni Palaste, Finnish writer
1919-11-11 - Kalle Päätalo, Finnish novelist (d. 2000)
1920-05-08 - Tom of Finland, Finnish fetish artist (d. 1991)
1920-05-17 - Lydia Wideman, Finland, 10K cross country skier (Olympic-gold-1952)
1921-12-11 - Maila Nurmi, Petsamo Finland, actress (Vampira)
1923-08-09 - Hillevi Lagerstam, Kurikka, Finnish actress
1923-11-25 - Mauno Koivisto, president of Finland (1982-94)
1924-12-14 - Siiri Rantanen, Finland, cross country skier (Olympic-gold-1956)
1925-01-04 - Veikko Hakulinen, Finland, 30K/50K cross country skier (Oly-gold-1956)
1926-12-06 - Martti Katajisto, Parkano Finland, actor (Mar Oksalla Ylimmaellae)
1928-10-09 - Einojuhani Rautavaara, Helsinki Finland, composer (Kaivos)
1929-09-10 - Pentti Siimes, [Pentti Kalevi Siimes], Helsinki Finland
1930-03-09 - Taina Elg, Helsinki Finland, actress (Hercules in NY, Les Girls)
1930-04-10 - Spede Pasanen, Finnish comedian (d. 2001)
1931-01-25 - Paavo J Haavikko, finnish writer/poet/husband of Marja-Liisa Vartio
1933-02-05 - Jorn Donner, Helsinki Finland, director (Anna, Tenderness)
1934-07-15 - Risto Jarva, Finnish filmmaker (d. 1977)
1934-08-20 - Armi Kuusela, Finnish beauty queen
1935-02-04 - Martti Talvela, Hiitola Karelia Finland, operatic basso
1936-03-09 - [Aino] Elina Salo, Sipoo Finland, actress (Hamlet Goes Business)
1936-06-14 - Irmelin Sandman Lilius, Finnish actor
1937-06-23 - Martti Ahtisaari, President of Finland
1938-11-23 - Esko Nikkari, Finnish actor
1940-03-12 - M.A. Numminen, Finnish singer and writer
1941-04-23 - Paavo Lipponen, Prime Minister of Finland 1995-2003
1943-03-23 - Nils-Aslak Valkeapää, Finnish writer (d. 2001)
1943-12-24 - Tarja Halonen, President of Finland
1945-01-04 - Vesa-Matti Loiri, Finnish entertainer
1945-07-07 - Matti Salminen, Turku Finland, bass player (King Philipp-Don Carlos)
1945-08-17 - Katri Helena, Finnish singer
1945-12-07 - Marion Rung, Finnish singer
1945-12-09 - Matti Mäntylä, Finnish actor

Famous Deaths

Deaths 1 - 88 of 88

1156-01-20 - Bishop Henry, patron saint of Finland
1557-04-09 - Michael Agricola, Finnish theologist/church reformer/bishop, dies
1758-10-19 - Johan H Roman, Finnish/Swedish composer/conductor/violinist, dies
1758-11-20 - Johan Helmich Roman, Finnish composer/violist, dies at 64
1779-11-16 - Pehr Kalm, Finnish explorer and naturalist (b. 1716)
1852-08-15 - Johan Gadolin, Finnish chemist (discovered yttrium), dies at 92
1866-06-25 - Alexander von Nordmann, Finnish zoologist (b. 1803)
1871-09-12 - Karl Collan, Finnish composer, dies at 43
1872-12-31 - Aleksis Kivi, [Stenvall], Finnish writer/poet (Kanervala), dies at 38
1877-05-06 - Johan Ludvig Runeberg, Finnish poet (b. 1804)
1881-02-07 - Fredrik Cygnaeus, Finnish poet/literature critic, dies at 73
1881-07-04 - Johan Vilhelm Snellman, Finnish statesman (b. 1806)
1897-05-12 - Ulrika "Minna" Cant-Johnstown, Finnish playwright, dies at 53
1898-03-12 - Zacharias Topelius, Finnish-Swedish writer (b. 1818)
1899-11-20 - Carl A E Ahlqvist, [A Oksanen], Finnish translator, dies at 63
1901-08-12 - Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld, Finnish-Swedish explorer (b. 1832)
1904-05-16 - N I Bobrikov, Russian governor-general in Finland, dies
1906-03-22 - Martin Wegelius, Finnish musicologist/composer, dies at 59
1922-02-14 - Heikki Ritavuori, Finnish politician (assassinated) (b. 1880)
1925-02-02 - Antti Aarne, Finnish sociologist, dies at 57
1925-09-29 - E Runar Schildt, Finnish writer (Galgmannen), dies at 36
1931-03-07 - Akseli V Gallen-Kallela, Finnish painter/illustrator, dies at 65
1939-06-13 - Volter A Kilpi, Finnish writer (Suljetuilla Porteilla), dies at 64
1940-01-25 - Elias Simojoki, Finnish clergyman and politician (b. 1899)
1941-11-05 - Arndt Pekurinen, Finnish pacifist (b. 1905)
1944-02-29 - Pehr Evind Svinhufvud, President of Finland (b. 1861)
1944-05-28 - Katri Vala, Finnish poet, dies at 42
1944-10-24 - Lauri S A Haarla, Finnish writer (Juudas, Sukeltaja), dies at 54
1945-11-16 - Kaarlo Sarkia, Finnish poet (Kohtalon Vaaka), dies at 43
1948-07-18 - Herman Gummerus, Finnish historian and politician (b. 1877)
1950-11-25 - Gustaf John Ramstedt, Finland-Swedish linguist and diplomat (b. 1873)
1951-01-28 - Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, president of Finland (b.1867)
1951-12-13 - Selim Palmgren, Finnish pianist/composer (Daniel Hjort), dies at 73
1952-09-22 - Kaarlo Juho Ståhlberg, first President of Finland (b. 1865)
1952-11-23 - Aaro A Hellaakoski, Finnish geographer/poet, dies at 59
1956-10-25 - Risto Ryti, Finnish minister/premier/president, dies at 67
1956-12-14 - Juho Kusti Paasikivi, president of Finland (b. 1870)
1957-05-30 - Toivo R Pekkanen, Finnish writer (Black Ecstacy), dies
1957-09-20 - Jean Julius Christian Sibelius, Fin composer (Finlandia), dies at 91
1961-09-01 - Eero Saarinen, Finnish/US architect (Dulles Airport), dies at 51
1961-09-23 - Elmer R Diktonius, Finnish musicologist/author (Stenkol), dies at 65
1964-05-17 - Otto V Kuusinen, pres of Karelo-Finnish soviet rep (1940-56), dies 82
1964-06-03 - Frans Eemil Sillanpää, Finnish writer, Nobel Prize laureate (b. 1888)
1966-01-11 - Hannes Kolehmainen, Finnish runner (b. 1889)
1969-06-23 - Volmari Iso-Hollo, Finnish athlete (b. 1907)
1972-06-12 - Edmund Wilson, US writer (To the Finland station), dies at 79
1973-04-28 - Clas Thunberg, Finnish speed skater (b. 1893)
1973-05-20 - Jarno Saarinen, Finnish motorcycle racer (b. 1945)
1974-03-19 - Hertha Kuusinen, Finnish communist/daughter of Otto K, dies at 70
1976-05-11 - Alvar Aalto, architect (Finlandia House), dies at 78
1977-12-16 - Risto Jarva, Finnish filmmaker (b. 1934)
1979-08-26 - Mika Waltari, Finnish author (b. 1908)
1979-09-25 - Tapio Rautavaara, Finnish athlete and actor (b. 1915)
1980-05-28 - Rolf Nevanlinna, Finnish mathematician (b. 1895)
1982-04-26 - Ville Ritola, Finnish 5/10km runner (Olympic-gold-1924, 28), dies
1986-05-02 - Henri Toivonen, Finnish rallydriver (b.1956)
1986-08-31 - Urho K Kekkonen, premier/president of Finland, dies at 85
1989-07-22 - Martti Talvela, Finnish bass (b. 1935)
1990-06-26 - Anni Blomqvist, Finnish novelist (b. 1909)
1991-03-12 - Ragnar Granit, Finnish neuroscientist, Nobel laureate (b. 1900)
1991-11-07 - Tom of Finland, Finnish fetish artist (b. 1920)
1995-04-06 - Vieno J Sukselainen, PM of Finland (1959-61), dies
1996-10-11 - Lars Ahlfors, Finnish mathematician (b. 1907)
2000-11-20 - Kalle Päätalo, Finnish writer (b. 1919)
2001-06-27 - Tove Jansson, Finnish author (b. 1914)
2001-09-07 - Spede Pasanen, Finnish television personality (b. 1930)
2001-11-26 - Nils-Aslak Valkeapää, Finnish writer (b. 1943)
2002-01-02 - Armi Aavikko, Finnish singer (b. 1958)
2002-04-01 - Simo Hayha, Finnish marksman (b. 1905)
2003-06-16 - Georg Henrik von Wright, Finnish-Swedish philosopher (b. 1916)
2003-08-15 - Gösta Sundqvist, Finnish songwriter and singer (heart attack) (b. 1957)
2004-01-16 - Kalevi Sorsa, Prime Minister of Finland (b. 1930)
2004-02-26 - Adolf Ehrnrooth, Finnish general (b. 1905)
2004-12-26 - Aki Sirkesalo, Finnish musician, in 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake (b. 1962)
2005-01-10 - Kalevi Hämäläinen, Finnish cross country skier (b. 1932)
2005-03-20 - Armand Lohikoski, Finnish film director (b. 1912)
2005-10-15 - Matti Wuori, Finnish politician (b. 1945)
2005-11-15 - Arto Salminen, Finnish writer (b. 1959)
2006-11-24 - Juice Leskinen, Finnish rock singer (b. 1950)
2007-01-02 - Mauno Jokipii, Finnish professor and World War II researcher (b. 1924)
2007-01-31 - Kirka Babitzin, Finnish singer (b. 1950)
2007-12-31 - Markku Peltola, Finnish actor and musician (b. 1956)
2008-01-10 - Maila Nurmi, aka Vampira, Finnish-born American actress (b. 1921)
2009-02-19 - Miika Tenkula, Finnish guitarist for the band Sentenced (b.1974)
2009-07-01 - Onni Palaste, Finnish writer (b. 1917)
2010-01-08 - Tony Halme, Finnish boxer and politician (b. 1963)
2010-03-11 - Leena Peltonen-Palotie, Finnish human geneticist (b. 1952)
2011-08-13 - Topi Sorsakoski, Finnish musician (b. 1952)


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