National Library of Finland opens digitized newspapers and journals until 31.12.1920 for public on 1.2.2017. The long-standing limit of 1910 moves therefore forwards for 10 years. There will be approximately 1,9 million pages that becomes available. The materials you can use at the http://digi.kansalliskirjasto.fi/?language=en service. Details at the newsletter of National Library of Finland (in Finnish).
— Helsinki University (@helsinkiuni) February 1, 2017
There are some pages in English, German, French and Russian beyond the Nordic languages, so just select appropriate language to view what the news back in the day tell about world at that point of time. Below you can see some English papers, from the American-Finnish communities from Brooklyn. View the search results of some front pages yourself.