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Map of Karelia and page on it's history (which I haven't even really delved into myself)

Map of Karelia and page on it's history (which I haven't even really delved into myself)

Finland’s Animals, Plants, & Industries. circa 1920 (Before the war, when we lost an arm and leg to Soviet...)

Finland’s Animals, Plants, & Industries. circa 1920 (Before the war, when we lost an arm and leg to Soviet...)

Suomi Finland. Coat of Arms.

Suomi Finland. Coat of Arms.

Areas ceded by Finland to the Soviet Union after the Winter War in 1940 and the Continuation War in 1944. The Porkkala land lease was retur...

Areas ceded by Finland to the Soviet Union after the Winter War in 1940 and the Continuation War in 1944. The Porkkala land lease was retur...

Regions and Coats of Arms, Finland

Regions and Coats of Arms, Finland

Map of The area of The Winter War U.S.S.R.VS FINLAND ...

Map of The area of The Winter War U.S.S.R.VS FINLAND ...

CARELIA, CEDED PART OF CARELIA! (KARJALA) Once part of Finland, today belonging to Russia. My family roots.

CARELIA, CEDED PART OF CARELIA! (KARJALA) Once part of Finland, today belonging to Russia. My family roots.

Suur-Suomen kartta, sen maakunnat, kaupungit, rataverkko ja sotavoimien sijoituspaikat.

Suur-Suomen kartta, sen maakunnat, kaupungit, rataverkko ja sotavoimien sijoituspaikat.

The Continuation War (Finnish: jatkosota, Swedish: fortsättningskriget, 25 June 1941 – 19 September 1944) was the second of two wars fought between Finland and the Soviet Union during World War II. At the time of the war, the Finns adopted this name to make clear this war's perceived relationship to the preceding Winter War.[10] The Soviet Union saw the war as part of its struggle against Nazi Germany and its allies, as the Eastern Front of World War II. The war was known in the Soviet Union

The Continuation War (Finnish: jatkosota, Swedish: fortsättningskriget, 25 June 1941 – 19 September 1944) was the second of two wars fought between Finland and the Soviet Union during World War II. At the time of the war, the Finns adopted this name to make clear this war's perceived relationship to the preceding Winter War.[10] The Soviet Union saw the war as part of its struggle against Nazi Germany and its allies, as the Eastern Front of World War II. The war was known in the Soviet Union

Baltic-Finnish languages - Itämerensuomalaiset kielet.

Baltic-Finnish languages - Itämerensuomalaiset kielet.


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