Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) One of the greatest political military leaders of the 20th century. With utmost political diplomacy coupled with military shewdness he was almost single handledly responsible for ensuring freedom and independence for Finland not just at one time but three times! *** Mannerheim's birthday, 4 June, is celebrated as the Flag Day of the Finnish Defence Forces. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Gustaf_Emil_Mannerheim
During World War II some 70,000 Finnish children (Finnish: sotalapset, the 'war children' Swedish: krigsbarn) were evacuated from Finland, chiefly to Sweden, but also to Norway and Denmark.
Tehtaankatu. Photo: Niilo Rydman Kari Rydman
Taking care of the gaslight Konstantininkatu Helsinki 1907 (Photo Signe Brander) Meritullinkatu was Konstantininkatu during the years 1820-1928, named for Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich Romanov Helsingin kaupunginmuseo