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Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive -soldier in snowsuit, wearing an Suopunki over it.

Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive -soldier in snowsuit, wearing an Suopunki over it.

Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive -roasting the tar on the wooden ski´s.

Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive -roasting the tar on the wooden ski´s.

News about cease-fire between Finland and Soviets have reached frontlines and Finnish soldier is waving towards soviets lines. The Soviet Union ended hostilities exactly 24 hours after the Finns. Photo has been taken in Uuksujärvi 4.9.1944

News about cease-fire between Finland and Soviets have reached frontlines and Finnish soldier is waving towards soviets lines. The Soviet Union ended hostilities exactly 24 hours after the Finns.

Finnish soldiers during the Continuation War, c. 1944. Soldier in the middle was identified as Lauri Törni. He fought under three flags: Finnish, German (when he again fought the Soviets in World War II), and American (where he was known as Larry Thorne) when he served in US Army Special Forces in the Vietnam War (KIA in 1965). http://wrhstol.com/2AWcanZ

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.

Some of the Finnish troops who took back Viipuri (Vyborg). August 1941.

Some of the Finnish troops who took back Viipuri (Vyborg). August Viipuri is FINLAND.

Metsäpirtti 17.1.1942.

Metsäpirtti 17.1.1942.

Finnish soldier with light machine gun going to relieve a man from sentry duty at forward outpost. Vuosalmi bridgehead, July 24, 1944.

Finnish soldier with light machine gun going to relieve a man from sentry duty at forward outpost. Vuosalmi bridgehead, July Pin by Paolo Marzioli

Finnish troops in the border town of Tuulos, Eastern Karelia, team up with the Germans on the day after an offensive against the Red Army began. Note the captured Soviet light tank T-26 with added Finnish markings.

Finnish nazi troops in the border town of Tuulos, Eastern Karelia, team up with the Germans on the day after an offensive against the Red Army began. Note the captured Soviet light tank with added Finnish markings.

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