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Mestariampuja Simo Häyhä Saharan kauhun komppaniasta

Finish sniper Simo Häyhä credited with killing over 500 communists.

Törni (middle) as Finnish lieutenant in the 1940s

The US Special Forces Major who fought in the SS

Törni (middle) as Finnish lieutenant in the 1940s

11 Beautiful Cities and Towns To Visit In Finland (16)

11 Beautiful Cities and Towns To Visit In Finland

11 Beautiful Cities and Towns To Visit In Finland (16)

Gunnel Nyman, Finland, Nuutajärvi, 1947.

Gunnel Nyman, Finland, Nuutajärvi, Working with molten glass to create a pattern with air bubbles is absolutely amazing.

Gunnel Nyman Paperweight vase for Nuutajarvi   wonder if he's related....:)

Gunnel Nyman Huntu vase for Nuutajarvi

photographer unknown / kuvaaja tuntematon       1930's to 1940's / 1930-1940-luku       Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland / Suomi       Finnish Museum of Photography / Suomen valokuvataiteen museo

photographer unknown / kuvaaja tuntematon 1930's to 1940's / 1930-1940-luku Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland / Suomi Finnish Museum of Photography / Suomen valokuvataiteen museo

This is the most amazing idea ever!  That is if you don't have a dishwasher (like me for my entire life).  Why aren't these everywhere!?

Finnish Dish draining closet - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Vase by Gunnel Nyman, Nuutajärven lasi 1940's

Vase by Gunnel Nyman, Nuutajärven lasi

GUNNEL NYMAN Glass vase Serpentiini. Nuutajärvi, Finland 1940s.

GUNNEL NYMAN Glass vase Serpentiini. Nuutajärvi, Finland 1940s.

Crossing the Soviet border, June 1941

Crossing the Soviet border, June 1941 beautiful picture of the soldiers with what looks like crosses

Gunnel Nyman, Riihimäen Lasi, suunniteltu 1946

Calla vase, Gunnel Nyman for Riihimäen Lasi 1946

Baby Buggy

Baby Buggy

Alvar Aalto; Birch, Ceramic Tile and Wicker Bar Cart for #Artek, 1940s. #alvaraalto #finland

Tea trolley model designed by Alvar Aalto for Artek, Finland.

Alvar Aalto's Tea Trolley with beautiful patina.

Alvar Aalto's Tea Trolley with beautiful patina.

Simo Häyhä in 1940 with his jaw deformed due to injury from an enemy bullet.Simo Häyhä (Finnish pronunciation: [ˈsimɔ ˈhæy̯hæ]; December 17, 1905 – April 1, 2002), nicknamed "White Death" (Russian: Белая смерть, Belaya Smert; Finnish: valkoinen kuolema; Swedish: den vita döden) by the Red Army, was a Finnish sniper. Using a modified Mosin–Nagant in the Winter War, he has the highest recorded number of confirmed sniper kills – 505 – in any major war.

Simo Hayha - Finnish sniper 505 confirmed kills, nicknamed by the Russians 'The White Death' by Za Rodinu (Recolored using Photoshop

Mothers saying goodbye to their children as they send them off to Sweden so they will be safe during the Winter War.

Finnish mothers saying goodbye to their children as they send them off to Sweden so they will be safe during the Winter War.

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