#1
im sorry i'm making a thread about my work but

What region/area does Finland gain from Russia after WWI?

What do you call the area where Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia is located?
#4
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk - Under the terms of the treaty signed between Russia and the Central Powers on the 3rd, European Russia loses 25 percent of its territory and much of its industrial and natural resources - that is the Baltic provinces, Finland and the Aaland Islands, the Ukraine, and to Turkey, the southern Caucasus districts of Erivan, Kars and Batum. The Ukraine becomes a German puppet state; German forces shortly land on the Aaland Islands, and on the 7th Germany and Finland sign a peace treaty. Germany is now able to start transferring large numbers of troops from Russia to the Western Front.


Three Baltic countries - Estonia1, Latvia2 and Lithuania3, are located on the east side of the Baltic Sea located between Sweden, Finland, Russia and Poland. Together they comprise an area comparable to the state of Oklahoma and 7.3 million residents. The smallest of the three is Estonia and it is slightly larger geographically than Denmark. The total population of the Baltics is roughly equal to that of Sweden. On March 29 and May 1, 2004, they became full members of NATO and the European Union, respectively. They are among the fastest growing economies in the EU with average GDP growth over 7 per cent.


try this =\

EDIT: you'll need links, unless you're rewording it (otherwise its plagiarism)

http://www.naval-history.net/WW1CampaignsRussia.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baltic_states
#5
Quote by illuzion_ownz
Treaty of Brest-Litovsk - Under the terms of the treaty signed between Russia and the Central Powers on the 3rd, European Russia loses 25 percent of its territory and much of its industrial and natural resources - that is the Baltic provinces, Finland and the Aaland Islands, the Ukraine, and to Turkey, the southern Caucasus districts of Erivan, Kars and Batum. The Ukraine becomes a German puppet state; German forces shortly land on the Aaland Islands, and on the 7th Germany and Finland sign a peace treaty. Germany is now able to start transferring large numbers of troops from Russia to the Western Front.


Three Baltic countries - Estonia1, Latvia2 and Lithuania3, are located on the east side of the Baltic Sea located between Sweden, Finland, Russia and Poland. Together they comprise an area comparable to the state of Oklahoma and 7.3 million residents. The smallest of the three is Estonia and it is slightly larger geographically than Denmark. The total population of the Baltics is roughly equal to that of Sweden. On March 29 and May 1, 2004, they became full members of NATO and the European Union, respectively. They are among the fastest growing economies in the EU with average GDP growth over 7 per cent.


try this =\

EDIT: you'll need links, unless you're rewording it (otherwise its plagiarism)

http://www.naval-history.net/WW1CampaignsRussia.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baltic_states


thanks loads. I was about to ask you for the links
#9
woah coincidence. I'm in Finland right now for the week
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