Arvo Tuominen Net Worth
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The main source of income: Directors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2021 year – is about $31,1 Million.
Arvo Tuominen information Birth date: 1894-01-01 Death date: 1981-01-01 Profession:Director, Writer, Producer
:How tall is Arvo Tuominen – 1,72m.
How much weight is Arvo Tuominen – 63kg
Arvo Poika Tuominen (1894–1981) was a Finnish communist revolutionary and later a social democratic journalist, politician and author. Tuominen was given his nickname Poika in 1920 because of his boyish looks—poika means boy in Finnish.Tuominen was born in 1894 in Kuotila (part of H?meenkyr?) to the family of a rural carpenter. In 1912 he moved to Tampere to become a carpenters apprentice and soon joined the Social Democratic Party of Finland. During the Finnish Civil War in early 1918, Tuominen sided with the Finnish Red Guards and edited Kansan lehti, a radical social democratic newspaper in Tampere. He was shortly arrested when the White Guards took the city in April, but he was soon released. After the Red Guards were defeated in May 1918 several Finnish radical social democratic leaders fled to Russia, where they split from the mainstream of Finnish Social Democratic Party and founded the Communist Party of Finland in Petrograd in August–September 1918.Tuominen became a supporter of Otto Wille Kuusinens faction within the party. In 1921 he traveled to Petrograd, where Kuusinens adherents, supported by the Comintern leadership, successfully challenged Kullervo Manners supporters at the next party congress. Tuominen was elected to the partys Central Committee and was put in charge of its Finnish bureau. He returned to Finland, where he was arrested on January 26, 1922 and subsequently imprisoned for publishing a proclamation urging Finnish workers to fight on the Soviet side during the Soviet-Finnish conflict over Karelia. He was released in the spring of 1926 and was elected secretary of the Finnish Federation of Trade Unions. He was again arrested in April 1928 for maintaining contacts with the Soviet Union and the banned Communist Party.In late 1932 Tuominen was paroled and received a letter from Kuusinen, who was then one of the Cominterns secretaries, urging him to move to the Soviet Union. Tuominen secretly went to Sweden and then, in April 1933, to the Soviet Union, where he moved into Kuusinens apartment. He was given a crash course at the International Lenin School and was appointed General Secretary of the Finnish Communist Party, also becoming a member of the Comintern Executive Committee Presidium.Tuominen witnessed the Great Purge firsthand until he was able to leave Moscow for Stockholm in early 1938. On November 13, 1939, he was ordered to return to Moscow. Tuominen later claimed that he was being recalled in order to become the head of the Communist government of the Finnish Democratic Republic which Stalin planned to install in Finland. However, according to Tuominen, he refused to obey the order, broke with the Soviet Union and ordered the Communist Party of Finland not to assist the Red Army during the Winter War and to fight on the Finnish side instead. Research by Finnish historian Kimmo Rentola has exposed a somewhat different story. When the Winter War started, Tuominen was initially enthusiastic of
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