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Finnish soldier and reindeer during the Winter War (Talvisota) Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Fukushima, Ww2 History, Military History, History Of Finland, Vietnam, Pearl Harbor Attack, Korea

The Winter War - English Russia

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Finnish dog wearing a canine gas mask during the Winter War Military Working Dogs, Military Dogs, War Dogs, Apocalyptic Fashion, Dog Wear, Vintage Dog, Interesting History, Cultura Pop, Service Dogs

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smolderbone: “ A war dog with a gas mask. Winter War, Finland. ”

A family leaving their home in the ceded Finnish territory which became part of Russia, at the end of the WinterWar Sirpa: This could have been my mother's or father's family. I have many stories of their departure during the winter war. Finnish Civil War, Germany And Italy, History Of Photography, Iconic Photos, Historical Pictures, My Heritage, Paradox, Helsinki, World War Ii

A family leaving their home in the ceded Finnish territory which became part of Russia, at the end of the WinterWar

”Kaksi lentohyökkäystä Helsinkiin”. ”Maa julistettu sotatilaan”. History Of Finland, Night Shadow, Map Pictures, History Of Photography, My Land, Teenage Years, Interesting History, World Leaders, Life Photo

Tämä etusivu pysäytti suomalaiset 75 vuotta sitten

”Kaksi lentohyökkäystä Helsinkiin”. ”Maa julistettu sotatilaan”. Nämä Uuden Suomen otsikot pysäyttivät suomalaiset päivää vaille 75 vuotta sitten,

One of the most iconic images of the Winter War / Talvisota. Abandoned frozen bodies of dead Russian soldiers, abandoned tanks and guns on the Raate Road, Finland after the Soviet and divisions were encircled and cut off by Finnish troops. Lappland, Finnish Civil War, Ghost Soldiers, Germany Vs, Army Soldier, Red Army, Military History, World War Ii, Wwii

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One of the most iconic images of the WinterWar / Talvisota. Abandoned frozen bodies of dead Russian soldiers, abandoned tanks and guns on the Raate Road, Finland after the Soviet 44th and 163rd divisions were encircled and cut off by Finnish troops.

Blood in the Snow: The Winter War: A Finnish ski patrol, lying in the snow on the outskirts of a wood in Northern Finland, on the alert for Russian troops, 12 January Helsinki, History Of Finland, Ghost Soldiers, Military Records, Red Army, Military History, World War Two, Wwii, Germany

This Day in WWII History: Mar 3, 1945: Finland declares war on Germany

On this day, Finland, under increasing pressure from both the United States and the Soviet Union, finally declares war on its former partner, Germany. After the German invasion of Poland, the USSR, wanting to protect Leningrad more than ever from encroachment by the West—even its dubious Nonaggression Pact partner Germany—began demanding control of various disputed areas from Finland, including part of the Karelian Isthmus (the land bridge that gave access to Leningrad). Finland resisted the…