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The area controlled by Finland at its greatest extent, in 1942 × Posted by /u/AJgloe to /r/mapporn [SFW]

Tracing Finland's eastern border. (The Russian Bear  has always been chasing after The Finnish Maiden - Suomi Neito - as Finns call their country by the shape of it.)

(The Russian Bear has always been chasing after The Finnish Maiden - Suomi Neito - as Finns call their country by the shape of it.

This Day In History: The Soviets Attack Finland (1939)

This Day In History: The Soviets Attack Finland (1939)

Photograph of Finnish ski troops in Northern Finland, 1940 during the Talvisota / Winter War.

According to the archaeological finds, Christianity gained a foothold in Finland during the 11th century. Of the few written documents that have survived, indications are that the church in Finland was still in its early development in the 12th century.

I know the picture is a coat of arms (Finland), but I'm actually pinning about national anthems. Each anthem is dedicated to a specific public to evoke feelings of pride and unity.

Map of Finland, 1662; Categories: General Reference, Environmental Management, Visualization

Map of Finland, Categories: General Reference, Environmental Management, Visualization

The Swedish empire at its largest. Most of present-day Finland was an integral part of the Swedish homeland, rike, shown in dark green.

Swedish Empire in Early Modern Europe Derivative work by M.K , based on Swedish Empire blank.svg by Justass , ba.

Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim  (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was the military leader of the  Whites in the Finnish Civil War, Commander-in-Chief of Finland's Defence Forces during World War II, Marshal of Finland, and a Finnish statesman. He was Regent of Finland (1918–1919) and the sixth President of Finland (1944–1946).

Baron Gustaf Mannerheim military leader of Whites in Finnish Civil War, Commander-in-chief of Finland's defence forces during World War II, Marshal of Finland, Finnish statesman and President of Finland

#Finnic History of Finland and the Finnish People from ice age to WWII.

History of Finland and the Finnish People from ice age to WWII.

Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim. Marshall Of Finland.   There are Marshalls in Finland so I would fit in!

Marshall of Finland. He led Finland to Independence, and kept the country free and unoccupied in World War II. He was also the sixth President of Finland, and is considered by some to be the greatest Finn of all time.

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Brain Damage Caused by Neuroleptic Psychiatric Drugs In the past two decades, countless medical studies have shown that use of neuroleptic p.

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