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Generalleutnant Taavetti Laatikainen

Generalleutnant Taavetti Laatikainen

Young Finnish Volunteer Soldier In Soviet Finnish War - pin by Paolo Marzioli

Young Finnish Volunteer Soldier In Soviet Finnish War - pin by Paolo Marzioli

A young Lieutenant Lauri Törni leaning on his KP/-31. In leading his unit against the soviet invaders he would earn the Cross of Mannerheim and would have a bounty of 3 millions marks placed on his head by the soviets.

Then a Finnish lieutenant Lauri Törni during the Continuation War. He later would go on to fight for Germany, then the U. 1942 [[MORE]] Clawsonflakes: “Lauri Törni was a Finnish soldier who first fought for Finland against the Soviets in the Winter.

Finnish Troops inspect Russian dead, during the Winter War of 1939-40. Although the Russian’s out numbered the Finns, their attacks were clumsy and uncoordinated, thus resulting in heavy losses. -www.ww2incolour.com

Finnish Troops inspect Russian dead, during the Winter War of Although the Russian’s out numbered the Finns, their attacks were clumsy and uncoordinated, thus resulting in heavy losses.

Viljami Pylkäs - legendary Finnish soldier

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kannas - Lotta women cooking the first coffee right after Käkisalmi was taken back, August 1941.

kannas - Lotta women cooking the first coffee right after Käkisalmi was taken back, August

1940. Finnish Soldier In Soviet Finnish War

Swedish volunteer in Finnish Army. Soviet Finnish War - pin by Paolo Marzioli

One advantage the Finnish Army enjoyed was being commanded by Marshal Mannerheim

One advantage the Finnish Army enjoyed was being commanded by Marshal Mannerheim, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Finnish troops with a camouflaged gun opposite the front line in southern Karelia, Finland, during the Winter War between the Soviet Union and Finland, circa 1940. Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Finnish troops with a camouflaged gun opposite the front line in southern Karelia, Finland, during the Winter War between the Soviet Union and Finland, circa Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Finnish infantry equipped with gas masks and white camouflage advancing on cross-country skis during the Battle of Suomussalmi, 1939-1940. Winter War

This is truly bad ass. Finnish infantry equipped with gas masks and white camouflage advancing on cross-country skis during the Battle of Suomussalmi, Winter War

Finnish rifleman, Winter War - that Winter, temperatures dropped down to -40 Celsius, and thousands of Soviets froze to death along with their vehicles.the Soviets were surprised by the Finnish Winter of 1939-40. For example, Soviet vehicles were winterized for temperatures down to -20F, which was normally adequate for that region.

Finnish rifleman, Winter War - that Winter, temperatures dropped down to

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