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The Baltic, 7500-6000 BC (the Ancylus Lake)

Pervez's map thread

Even if I could be bothered to search for whatever map thread is the current one, I have so much stuff to post that I'd end up owning it anyway. So...

Greater Finland (1920) - Vivid Maps

Greater Finland (1920) - Vivid Maps

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Puna-armeijan operatiiviset hyökkäykset asemasotavaiheessa 1942; hyökkäykset torjuttiin tammikuussa Maaselän kannaksella ja huhtikuussa kolmelta suunnalta: Petsamossa, Kiestingissä ja Syvärillä

Jatkosota | Wikiwand

Jatkosota käytiin Suomen ja Neuvostoliiton välillä 25. kesäkuuta 1941 – 19. syyskuuta 1944. Jatkosotaa käytiin Suomen rintamalla samaan aikaan kuin Saksa toteutti operaatio Barbarossan nimellä tunnettua laajaa hyökkäystä Neuvostoliittoon. Suomen rintama oli jaettu saksalaisten ja suomalaisten joukkojen kesken siten, että suomalaiset olivat vastuussa eteläisestä rintamasta ja saksalaiset Lapin rintamasta.

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

When a Finn and a Russian say “Karelia” they often mean two different areas

Sistema educativo de Finlandia #infografia #infographic #education - TICs y Formación

Una infografía sobre el Sistema educativo de Finlandia.

This map exhibits where and what Finnic (Baltic Finnic) languages are spoken according to most recent sources from around 2000-2015. All of the numbers are vague and rounded since many sources differ from each other and broadly statistical imperfection is more than probable. This map and the data enclosed is only aimed to be directional. Also take into account that the numbers have nothing to do with ethnicity - only language.

Map of the Finnic Languages by FinnicHerald on DeviantArt

This map exhibits where and what Finnic (Baltic Finnic) languages are spoken according to most recent sources from around 2000-2015. All of the numbers ... Map of the Finnic Languages

Territories ceded by Finland to the Soviet Union after the Continuation War.

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Territories ceded by Finland to the Soviet Union after the Continuation War.

Winterwar-december1939-soviet-attacks finnish - Talvisota – Wikipedia

Winterwar-december1939-soviet-attacks finnish - Talvisota – Wikipedia

Map showing the border between Finland and Russia before and after WWII, and the regions of Karelia.

When a Finn and a Russian say “Karelia” they often mean two different areas