Kyösti Kallio (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈkyø̯sti ˈkɑlːio]; 10 April 1873 – 19 December 1940) was a Finnish politician who served as the fourth president of Finland from 1937 to 1940. His presidency included leading the country through the Winter War ;  while he relinquished the post of commander-in-chief to Carl Gustaf Emil ...
Kyösti Kallio (alun perin Gustaf Kalliokangas, nuoruudessaan tunnettu myös nimillä Kustu ja Kustaa, 10. huhtikuuta 1873 Ylivieska – 19. joulukuuta 1940 Helsinki) oli suomalainen poliitikko, joka toimi Suomen tasavallan neljäntenä presidenttinä vuosina 1937–1940.
Kyösti Kallio was elected the 4 th President of the Republic of Finland in 1937 with the votes of a centrist (Agrarian and Progressive) and social democratic coalition. As president, Kallio was able to realise the goals of his long political career, in particular that of social reconciliation and integration.
Kyösti Kallio (kü´östē käl´lyô), 1873–1940, Finnish political leader. Of peasant background, he entered politics and was a vocal advocate of Finnish independence from Russia. Minister of agriculture in the newly independent government (1917–20, 1921–22), he was instrumental in inaugurating land redistribution.
Kyösti Kallio. Kyösti Kallio (10 April 1873 - 19 December 1940) was the fourth President of Finland.  He was president from 1937 to 1940. He is the only Finnish president who did not have any higher education . Kallio was born in Ylivieska. He died in Helsinki .
Kyösti Kallio (1873 – December 19, 1940) was the fourth President of Finland (1937-1940). Kyösti (originally Gustaf) Kallio was born 1873 in Ylivieska, Finland. His father was a farmer and a prominent local politician. He joined newly founded Agrarian Party 1906 and he became one of its prominent leaders.
Kyösti Kallio (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈkyø̯sti ˈkɑlːio]; 10 April 1873 – 19 December 1940) was a Finnish politician who served as the fourth president of Finland from 1937 to 1940. His presidency included leading the country through the Winter War; while he relinquished the post of commander-in-chief to Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, he ...
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Kyösti Kallio's first cabinet was the eighth Government of the Republic of Finland. The cabinet's time period was November 14, 1922 – January 18, 1924. It was minority government. ("Finnish Governments and Ministers since 1917". Finnish Government.)
Kallio II Cabinet. Kyösti Kallio's second cabinet was the 13th government of Finland from December 31, 1925 to December 13, 1926. It was formed between Agrarian Party and National Coalition Party, and had six ministers from each party. The cabinet lasted 348 days in office.