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Jouko Karjalainen
The border of Finland Finnish Civil War, History Of Finland, Map Pictures, Historical Maps, Prehistory, Helsinki, Lappland, Norway, Nostalgia

Anjalanliitto-Suomen itsenäisyys Seppo Liukko 2007- 2009 (kesken)

SUOMEN RAJAT-rauhat 1323-1944.

Baron Gustaf Mannerheim military leader of Whites in Finnish Civil War, Commander-in-chief of Finland's defence forces during World War II, Marshal of Finland, Finnish statesman and President of Finland Finnish Civil War, The Third Reich, German Army, Soviet Union, Military History, World War Two, Wwii, 75th Birthday, Finland

Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was the military leader of the Whites in the Finnish Civil War, Commander-in-Chief of Finland's Defence Forces during World War II, Marshal of Finland, and a Finnish statesman. He was Regent of Finland (1918–1919) and the sixth President of Finland (1944–1946).

Summary: Black and white image of Finnish prisoners Antti Rannanjarvi and Antti Isotalo, members of the criminal gang Isoo-joukko. The two criminals were associated between the years Old Photos, Vintage Photos, History Of Finland, Van Diemen's Land, Historical Photos, Crime, Cool Things To Buy, Nostalgia, Folk

Antti Rannanjärvi & Antti Isotalo. One man's convicted knife fighter is an other man's freedom fighter.

Aaro Pajari July 1897 – 14 October The first Mannerheim Cross class) was awarded to him on September for his decisive role in breakthrough battle at Karelian Isthmus, and the second one on October mainly for operations at Tornio. Night Shadow, German Soldiers Ww2, Army Uniform, Fight For Us, Modern Warfare, World War Two, Troops, Wwii, Two By Two

Aaro Pajari (17 July 1897 – 14 October 1949) The first Mannerheim Cross (2nd class) was awarded to him on September 14, 1941, for his decisive role in breakthrough battle at Karelian Isthmus, and the second one on October 16, 1944, mainly for operations at Tornio.