Finland: the country of white lilies


Finland, the country of white lilies is a journalistic book by Russian priest and social activist Grigory Spiridonovich Petrov (1866–1925). After the October Revolution, when Petrov lived in Serbia, he wrote a journalistic book, dedicated to Finland and Johan Vilhelm Snellman. The book describes the country as a role model, as a living example for Russia and other countries. In 1923 the book was published in the Serbian entitled "Зидари живота" ("Creators of Life"). After Petrov's death, the book was published and reprinted many times in different languages (including 14 times in Bulgarian and 16 times in the Turkish languages).
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language: Russian
date of publication: 1923
genre: opinion journalism

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