Miina Sillanpää

Died
April 3, 1952

Miina Sillanpää, Finnish minister and politician (b. 1866)

Miina Sillanpää was a Finnish politician. She served as Deputy Minister of Social Affairs in 1926-1927. She was Finland's first female minister and a key figure in the workers' movement. In 2016, the Finnish government made 1 October an official flag flying day in honour of Sillanpää. She was involved in the preparation of Finland's first Municipal Homemaking Act.

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Also died on April 3rd

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