Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, Suomen tasavallan 6. presidentti 4.8.1944–4.3.1946, President of Finland

Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim June 1867 – 27 January was a Finnish…

Hugo Simberg

K L U B I: Jan Simberg: Hugo Simberg - Maailmalla matkaaja, Tuonelan tutkaaja.

Lauri Törni, a Finnish Second World War hero who served in the armies of three countries, has received overly-positive press in Finland, acc...

"Mannerheim Cross Knight Lieutenant Larry Thorne" Soldier of three armies, finnish war, world war 2 vietnam Finnish pvt.

VIRTA OLAVI 1 mv

VIRTA OLAVI 1 mv

Mannerheim-ristin ritari Ruben Lagus (1896-1959)

Mannerheim-ristin ritari Ruben Lagus (1896-1959)

Lauri Viita (17 December 1916 – 22 December 1965), Finnish poet and author.

Lauri Viita December 1916 – 22 December Finnish poet and author.

Hugo Simberg , Self-Portrait 1914...Hugo Gerhard Simberg ( 1873 - 1917 ) was a Finnish symbolist painter and graphic artist.

Hugo Simberg , Self-Portrait Gerhard Simberg ( 1873 - 1917 ) was a Finnish symbolist painter and graphic artist.

Lucina Hagman (5. June 1853 – 6. Sept. 1946), Finnish school principal. She founded the Martha Organization in 1899. * http://www.martat.fi/info/in-english/ * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha_organisation * Lucina Hagman was one of the first women elected to parliament in 1907. She was the first woman in Finland, who received the title of professor (in 1928).

Lucina Hagman (5. June 1853 – 6. Sept. 1946), Finnish school principal. She founded the Martha Organization in 1899. * http://www.martat.fi/info/in-english/ * http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Martha_organisation * Lucina Hagman was one of the first women elected to parliament in 1907. She was the first woman in Finland, who received the title of professor (in 1928).

Sophie Mannerheim (1863 – 1928): Baroness Sophie Mannerheim’s career started as a bank employee. However, she divorced in 1902, she took up nursing. She went to the Nightingale School at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, before returning to her native Finland. She was instrumental in bringing modern nursing to Finland.

Sophie Mannerheim (1863 – 1928): Baroness Sophie Mannerheim’s career started as a bank employee. However, she divorced in 1902, she took up nursing. She went to the Nightingale School at St. Thomas’ Hospital in London, before returning to her native Finland. She was instrumental in bringing modern nursing to Finland.

Rut Bryk / Taikalaatikko | EMMA - Espoon modernin taiteen museo

The power couple of Finnish design, Tapio Wirkkala and Rut Bryk, will be celebrated with exhibitions, seminars and product launches.

Lars Sonck (b. 10 August 1870) was a Finnish architect. *** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lars_Sonck

Lars Sonck (b. 10 August 1870) was a Finnish architect. *** http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lars_Sonck

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