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Bildresultat för mannerheim-cross

Bildresultat för mannerheim-cross

ORDER OF THE WHITE ROSE : Lot 376

ORDER OF THE WHITE ROSE : Lot 376

Finnish WW2 Order of White Rose 1 Class Knight Cross

Finnish WW2 Order of White Rose 1 Class Knight Cross

Bildresultat för mannerheim-cross

Bildresultat för mannerheim-cross

The OMSA Medal Database - Finland Winter War Campaign Medal 1939-1940 - OMSA

The OMSA Medal Database - Finland Winter War Campaign Medal 1939-1940 - OMSA

Bildresultat för mannerheim-cross

Bildresultat för mannerheim-cross

Lotta Svärd Oulun piirin puheenjohtajan Aili Soveliuksen kunniamerkkejä. Luuppi, Oulu (Finland)

Lotta Svärd Oulun piirin puheenjohtajan Aili Soveliuksen kunniamerkkejä. Luuppi, Oulu (Finland)

A Finnish Continuation War Medal (1941-44) with bar "Lapin Sota" (Lappland War) The medal is in very nice condition and the bar is scarce to find GBP £ 30.00 (UK Pounds) http://www.war-medals.com/medal-pictures/cs763.html

A Finnish Continuation War Medal (1941-44) with bar "Lapin Sota" (Lappland War) The medal is in very nice condition and the bar is scarce to find GBP £ 30.00 (UK Pounds) http://www.war-medals.com/medal-pictures/cs763.html

Various badges for Lotta Svärd, Finnish women's voluntary defense organisation. The blue swastika was used as a symbol of Finland by both Lotta Svärd the Finnish airforce and the Finnish state, first used as such by the artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela, who designed the national heraldic symbol of Finland as a free nation in 1917, using the blue swastika. It was removed after the symbol had become too associated with Nazi Germany during WWII. Lotta Svärd was banned by the Soviet Union in 1944.

Various badges for Lotta Svärd, Finnish women's voluntary defense organisation. The blue swastika was used as a symbol of Finland by both Lotta Svärd the Finnish airforce and the Finnish state, first used as such by the artist Akseli Gallen-Kallela, who designed the national heraldic symbol of Finland as a free nation in 1917, using the blue swastika. It was removed after the symbol had become too associated with Nazi Germany during WWII. Lotta Svärd was banned by the Soviet Union in 1944.

Lotta Svärd

Lotta Svärd

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