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Aaro Pajari

SurnamePajari
Given NameAaro
Born17 Jul 1897
Died14 Oct 1949
CountryFinland
CategoryMilitary-Ground
GenderMale

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ww2dbaseAaro Olavi Pajari was a major general in the Finnish Army. At the Battle of Tolvajarvi during the Winter War, he led a smaller force in the defeat of a larger Soviet force. he won the Mannerheim Cross of Liberty medal twice.

ww2dbaseSource: Wikipedia

Last Major Revision: Jun 2011

Aaro Pajari Timeline

17 Jul 1897 Aaro Pajari was born in Asikkala, Finland.
14 Oct 1949 Aaro Pajari passed away.

Photographs

Finnish Army Lieutenant Colonel Aaro Pajari at his desk in Finland, 29 Sep 1937Finnish Army officer Pajari in a boat in a river, 1940s
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Finnish Army Lieutenant Colonel Aaro Pajari at his desk in Finland, 29 Sep 1937Finnish Army officer Pajari in a boat in a river, 1940s
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