Pehr Evind Svinhufvud   (December 15, 1861 – February 29, 1944) was the third President of Finland from 1931 to 1937. -  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pehr_Evind_Svinhufvud

Suomen presidentti nro Pehr Evind Svinhufvud, president of Finland,

Child Soldiers During the Finnish Civil War both armies used juvenile soldiers, mainly between 14 and 17 years of age, the most famous example being Urho Kekkonen who fought for the White Army and later became the longest-serving President of Finland. The Red Guards also included 2,000 female troops, mostly girls, recruited from the industrial centres of southern Finland.

Lapsisotilaat Child Soldiers During the Finnish Civil War both armies used juvenile soldiers, mainly between 14 and 17 years of age, the most famous example being Urho Kekkonen who fought for the.

The Jääkärit (Finnish Jaegers) and their place in the Finnish Army (Finnish Volunteers training with a machinegun at Lockstedt) - from http://www.alternativefinland.com/the-jaakarit-and-their-place-in-the-finnish-army/

Jaeger Museum of Finland (Suomen Jääkärimuseo) - Kauhava - Alternative Finland

The Jääkärit (Finnish Jaegers) and their place in the Finnish Army (Finnish Jaeger / Jaakari) - from http://www.alternativefinland.com/the-jaakarit-and-their-place-in-the-finnish-army/

The Jääkärit (Finnish Jaegers) were volunteers from Finland trained in Germany who fought for an independent Finland free from Russian oppression.

Jääkärikenraali Väinö Valve (1895-1995) merivoimien esikunnassa 1941.

Jääkärikenraali Väinö Valve (1895-1995) merivoimien esikunnassa 1941.

Punavankeja Tampereen Keskustorilla 6.4.1918. Oikealla olevan Selinin talon katolla liehuu Italian lippu ja taustalla Sumeliuksen talossa Ruotsin lippu.

Punavankeja Tampereen Keskustorilla 6.4.1918. Oikealla olevan Selinin talon katolla liehuu Italian lippu ja taustalla Sumeliuksen talossa Ruotsin lippu.

Algot Untola (28 November 1868, Tohmajärvi – 21 May 1918, Helsinki), Finnish writer and journalist. Untola was born to the Tietäväinen family and his real name was Algoth, but he changed the name to Algot Untola. Untola had many pen names including Maiju Lassila,  Irmari Rantamala and Väinö Stenberg.

Algot Untola (28 November 1868, Tohmajärvi – 21 May 1918, Helsinki), Finnish writer and journalist. Untola was born to the Tietäväinen family and his real name was Algoth, but he changed the name to Algot Untola. Untola had many pen names including Maiju Lassila, Irmari Rantamala and Väinö Stenberg.

Hugo Salmela, Red Army commander in North sector.

Hugo Salmela, Red Army commander in North sector.

Tampereen punakaartin komppania rintamalla | by Vapriikki

CC-BY Tampere kuvaaja tuntematon, Vapriikin kuva-arkisto.

Itsenäisyysjulistus

Itsenäisyysjulistus -The Finnish Declaration of Independence was adopted by the Parliament of Finland on 6 December

Kortesjärvi: Suomen Jääkärimuseo

Kortesjärvi: Suomen Jääkärimuseo

Marraskuu 1917 – Eduskunta otti vallan ”toistaiseksi” – P. E. Svinhufvudin niin sanottu itsenäisyyssenaatti valittiin 24. marraskuuta 1917.

Marraskuu 1917 – Eduskunta otti vallan ”toistaiseksi” – IL Plus

Jääkärimerkki.

Jääkärimerkki.

Suomen jääkärimuseo. Jääkäripataljoona 27:n lippu.

Suomen jääkärimuseo. Jääkäripataljoona 27:n lippu.

Suomen jääkärimuseo, Kortesjärvi.

Suomen jääkärimuseo, Kortesjärvi.

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