Aaland Islands love

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  • proper noun Alternative form of Åland Islands.

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Examples

  • A decade ago, that fraction was only one-sixth.xi On top of the language factor, students who take the test annually in over 170 countries and territories, from the Aaland Islands to Zimbabwe, must contend with often-strange concepts that show up on the test.

    The English Is Coming!

  • A decade ago, that fraction was only one-sixth.xi On top of the language factor, students who take the test annually in over 170 countries and territories, from the Aaland Islands to Zimbabwe, must contend with often-strange concepts that show up on the test.

    The English Is Coming!

  • The Aaland Islands convention signed in Geneva providing for the neutralization and nonfortification of the islands.

    1921

  • At the request of the Finnish government the Germans occupied the Aaland Islands.

    1918, Jan. 4

  • The new king concluded the Treaty of Fredrikshamm (Sept. 17) with Russia, which received control of Finland as far as the Tornea River and the Aaland Islands.

    1807-10

  • The League council assigned to Finland sovereignty over the Aaland Islands, on condition that the islands be given an autonomous regime.

    1920, Dec. 16

  • In close collaboration with these states Finland proceeded to refortification of the Aaland Islands, despite the opposition of the inhabitants.

    1928

  • The Aaland Islands, following the Bolshevik Revolution in Russia, voted to join Sweden, but later (June 24, 1921) the League of Nations council assigned them to Finland, with the proviso that they should be demilitarized.

    d. Sweden

  • Finnish Christian League 7, Young Finns 2, Aaland Islands 1

    The 1996 CIA Factbook

  • Christian League 7, Young Finns 2, Aaland Islands 1

    The 1995 CIA World Factbook

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