Economic-geographic Reorientation in Western Finnish Karelia: A Result of the Finno-Soviet Boundary Demarcations of 1940 and 1944
Contents: The Finnish-Karelian marchland Land and man in the Etela-Saimaa Expansion of urban functions as a result of the boundary displacement Industrial activity and the new state line Reorientation of commercial traffic Rural resettlement Dislocation in the immediate boundary environs of the South-Saimaa littoral A new order in the Sovietized portions of the Etela-Saimaa.
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area's bisected border zone boundary demarcation ceded cent centers clearance Colonization Department commercial construction cultivated District drainage economic Enso-Gutzeit Enso-Gutzeit Oy Etela-Saimaa evacuees export expropriated factories farmers farms Figure Finnish Karelia Finnish side Finno-Soviet boundary forest Greater Saimaa Lake Gulf of Finland Hamina Hamina and Kotka harbors hectares holdings hydroelectric Imatra Imatrankoski industrial Joutseno Joutseno County Kaukopaa Kotka Kymi River Lake Saimaa land landscape Lappee Lappeen Lappeenranta Lauritsala Leningrad Oblast Lesogorsk Littoral's located miles Nuijamaa Nuijamaa County Office Personal interview plant Plate population portion postwar Presented in Helsinki prewar production rail line railroad regional remained resettlement program residents road route rural Saimaa Canal Saimaa Lake System settlement Source of data South-Saimaa Littoral southeastern Finland Soviet Union station Suomen asetuskokoelma Suomen virallinen tilasto Table Tainionkoski Talouselämä territory tons traffic trucks upper Vuoksi Valley urban utilized Vainikkala Viipuri Viipuri Bay Vuoksenniska Vuoksi River vuosikirja Vyborg West-Karelian Agricultural Society wood freight