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Kurkijoki Church, today on the Russian side of border after the war | Куркийоки Kurkijoki

Kurkijoki Church, today on the Russian side of border after the war | Куркийоки Kurkijoki

1944 - Evacuation again, ahead of the Russian offensive

1944 - Evacuation again, ahead of the Russian offensive

Kurkijoki. Aikamatka Karjalankannakselle -verkkonäyttely | Lappeenrannan Museot

Kurkijoki. Aikamatka Karjalankannakselle -verkkonäyttely | Lappeenrannan Museot

Куркийоки  Kurkijoki

Куркийоки Kurkijoki

Karjalaistupa Akonlahdelta. Akonlahti 1941.10.04

Karjalaistupa Akonlahdelta. Akonlahti 1941.10.04

Куркийоки Kurkijoki (пожар 1991 года)  посёлок, бывший город, в Лахденпохском районе Республики Карелия, административный центр Куркиёкского сельского поселения, имеет статус исторического поселения

Куркийоки Kurkijoki (пожар 1991 года) посёлок, бывший город, в Лахденпохском районе Республики Карелия, административный центр Куркиёкского сельского поселения, имеет статус исторического поселения

Kurkijoki, today on the Russian side of border

Kurkijoki, today on the Russian side of border

Kurkijoki church, 12 August 1941. The city was taken by the Soviets in the Winter War and occupied for shortly over a year. During that time, the Soviets turned the church into a cultural centre. The communist propaganda has been desecrated, likely by the liberating Finnish troops. The town would fall to the Soviet Union again in the Red Army's summer 1944 Karelian Offensive.

Kurkijoki church, 12 August 1941. The city was taken by the Soviets in the Winter War and occupied for shortly over a year. During that time, the Soviets turned the church into a cultural centre. The communist propaganda has been desecrated, likely by the liberating Finnish troops. The town would fall to the Soviet Union again in the Red Army's summer 1944 Karelian Offensive.

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