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Finnish society in the 1960s
We are responsable for the Future!
After defeat in the World War II ne NEW BORDERLINES WITH USSR HOMELESS FINNISH CITIZENS
Northern Europe in November 1939 Areas ceded by Finland to the Soviet Union following the Moscow Armistice 1944
Constructing new residental areas to the evacuated families
Finnish war reparations to the Soviet Union worth US$ 300,000,000 in gold at 1938 prices
In the beginning of the ’60s living standard was quite modest
from countryside to urban industrial society Harvesting potatoes in the’60s
Finns living in towns % %
Mass migration to Sweden
Recovery of the Economy Revolved around shipwrighting. Cargo ships Cruise liners
Export to the Soviet Union Ice breakers Import from Germany
Currency changes 1963: 0’s get erased from Marks (mark) => Pence (pennit) are introduced 2001: Currency changes to Euro
Large age-class at school -> Schools are full.
The school system was developed and now we have the best school system in the world (PISA).
Student protests started in France and they spread to Finland.
Finnish foreign policy in the '60s Urho Kekkonen was the president from1956 to Main principles: good relationships with the Soviet Union, Nordic co-operation and political neutrality.
Crisis in Czechoslovakia 1968 Harro Koskinen, Evil case, 1968
The War in Vietnam Peace march in Helsinki, Finland in 1969 against the war in Vietnam.
Finns love dancing indoors and outdoors
Chain Schottische Letkis Jenka Letkis Jenka In the middle of the 60’s: Chain Schottische and Katri Helena Chain Schottische spread to the world.
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Bell-bottomed trousers60’s Marimekko skirt
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