Onni Kokko, Finnish boy soldier, died in 1918 after battle of Tampere (wikipedia)

NEVER forget the child soldiers.

Onni Kokko,14 years old white guard soldier (left) and Arvo Koivisto, 13 years old red guard soldier (right). Kokko wounded in battle of Tampere and died in Vaasa, Koivisto was executed by white guard.

Two child soldiers who fought and died on opposing sides in the Finnish Civil War 1918 Finland

Civil War - Kuvan takana teksti: "Punakaartissa kaatuneitten ja murhatuitten hautaustilaisuus   Lempäälässä Ämmäristin metsässä 7/8 1918".

Civil War - Kuvan takana teksti: "Punakaartissa kaatuneitten ja murhatuitten hautaustilaisuus Lempäälässä Ämmäristin metsässä 7/8 1918".

Teloitettuja punakaartilaisia ja venäläisiä Tavara-aseman seinustalla Tampereella 1918

Teloitettuja punakaartilaisia ja venäläisiä Tavara-aseman seinustalla Tampereella 1918

Civil War - Red soldiers from Artjärvi., Vuorinen brothers. Punakaartilaisia Artjärveltä, Vuorisen veljekset.

Civil War - Red soldiers from Artjärvi., Vuorinen brothers. Punakaartilaisia Artjärveltä, Vuorisen veljekset.

1918

1918 The Finnish Civil War - Reds vs Whites

Civil War - Dead Red soldiers in Tampere - Kaatuneita ja teloitettuja punakaartilaisia Tampereen                  Kalevankankaan hautausmaalla.

Civil War - Dead Red soldiers in Tampere - Kaatuneita ja teloitettuja punakaartilaisia Tampereen Kalevankankaan hautausmaalla.

Punakaartin hoitajia Tampereella | by Vapriikki

Punakaartin hoitajia Tampereella | by Vapriikki

Helsinki Walking Tour: The Finnish Civil War 1918 Quickly after the declaration of independence in December 1917, internal tensions tore the country apart and the Finnish Civil War broke out. Everyone was divided into either the Red or White army. The Soviet Union was supporting the Reds and Germany supported the Whites. April 1918 was the turning point of the war. This private walking tour takes you to the decisive moments and reveals the human stories of that time. This was ...

Quickly after the declaration of independence in December internal tensions tore the country apart and the Finnish Civil War broke out. Everyone was divided into either the Red or White army. The Soviet Union was supporting the Reds and Germany

Red guard POWs in Tampere

Red guard POWs in Tampere

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