An alternative outcome for Finland if the Finno-Soviet wars and World War II had gone differently
Finland - borders during times
Eero Järnefelt 1922 Portrait of Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim The sixth president of Finland
Karelia (Finnish names, areas). Home sweet home.
Artist Eero Järnefelt 1922 The president of Finland, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim
Captured Soviet Tank operated by the Finns. Notice the Finnish Swastika on the side of the turret and on the frontal armour. During the Winter War and the Continuation War the Finnish Army often resorted to using captured Soviet equipment
Viipuri Is Ours. where my great grandmother hailed from before the Russians took Karjala/Finland
Ainola,home of composer Jean Sibelius (built - Aino and Jean Sibelius with their children ca.
Marshal Mannerheim of Finland
The Finnish flag has come a long way since the first Finnish proto-flag was introduced in This picture introduces nine selected flag designs from . The Finnish Flag
Areas ceded by Finland to the Soviet Union after the Winter War in 1940 and the Continuation War in The Porkkala land lease was returned to Finland in Finland covered an area of approximately sq mi) before the handover
Mauno Henrik Koivisto (born November is a Finnish politician who served as the ninth President of Finland from 1982 to He also served as Prime Minister and He was the first Social Democrat to be elected as President.