Finnish children being evacuated to Sweden - Winter War - photo in Turku

Sotalapset - Children being sent to Sweden during the Kuva Museovirasto historiallinen kuva-arkisto.

Finnish people evacueted quickly from their villages in Carelia, summer 1944. photo from War Archives (SA)

Finnish people evacueted quickly from their villages in Carelia, summer photo from War Archives (SA) Finland

#Finnish sotalapset (war children / evacuees) arriving in #Sweden, 1939

sotalapset (war children / evacuees) arriving in 1939 Grandma Lillian too had to flee her beautiful sea port town of Karelia when the Russians invaded.

Nearly a half million Finns were forced to evacuate in the Winter War 1939-1940.Escape the sub-zero temperatures Horse-drawn sleighs allowed to move in the middle of snowdrifts. - Lähes puoli miljoonaa suomalaista joutui evakkoon talvisodassa 1939-1940. PAKOON PAKKASELLA Hevosten vetämät reet mahdollistivat liikkumisen hankien keskellä. - Finland

Nearly a half million Finns were forced to evacuate in the Winter War…

Winter War evacuees from Karelia Finland Suomen talvisota 1939-1940

Winter War evacuees from Karelia Finland Suomen talvisota

Signal dogs of Finnish Army were used carry messages there where phone lines were out of order. February 1940, winter war.

Signal dogs of Finnish Army were used carry messages there where phone lines were out of order. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Finnish child evacuees arriving in Sweden - Winter War

Finnish child evacuees arriving in Sweden - Winter War

Vörå Vörå, Österbotten Folkdräkter - Dräktbyrå - Brage

Vörå Vörå, Österbotten Folkdräkter - Dräktbyrå - Brage

Karjalan Liitto :: Siirtokarjalaisuus

Evacuation of Karjala (Karelia) - late 1939 Finland

Column of Russian vehicles driving by dead Russian soldiers, Battle of Raate Road, Jan 1940

[Photo] Column of Russian vehicles driving by dead Russian soldiers, Battle of Raate Road, Jan 1940

One of the most iconic images of the Winter War / Talvisota. Abandoned frozen bodies of dead Russian soldiers, abandoned tanks and guns on the Raate Road, Finland after the Soviet and divisions were encircled and cut off by Finnish troops.

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