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Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim in the victory parade in Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918Mayor J. von Haartman greeting General Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim at Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim in the victory parade in Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918Mayor J. von Haartman greeting General Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim at Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim and R√ľdiger von der Goltz at the 20th anniversary celebration of the libration of Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1938A building in Helsinki, Finland on fire from aerial bombing, 30 Nov 1939
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim and R√ľdiger von der Goltz at the 20th anniversary celebration of the libration of Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1938A building in Helsinki, Finland on fire from aerial bombing, 30 Nov 1939
A wrecked car in Hietalahdentori square in Helsinki, Finland, late 1939-early 1940Damaged buildings on Lönnrotinkatu Street in Helsinki, Finland, late 1939-early 1940
A wrecked car in Hietalahdentori square in Helsinki, Finland, late 1939-early 1940Damaged buildings on Lönnrotinkatu Street in Helsinki, Finland, late 1939-early 1940
Finnish Army Colonel Aksel Airo in his office, Helsinki, Finland, circa late 1939 or early 1940Damaged buildings, Helsinki, Finland, 1940
Finnish Army Colonel Aksel Airo in his office, Helsinki, Finland, circa late 1939 or early 1940Damaged buildings, Helsinki, Finland, 1940
Finnish President Kyösti Kallio decorating Field Marshal Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim with the Order of the Cross of Liberty, Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1940President Kyösti Kallio of Finland and Field Marshal Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim at Helsinki railway station, Finland, 19 Dec 1940; Risto Ryti, Lieutenant General Erik Heindrichs, and Colonel Aladár Paasonen in background
Finnish President Kyösti Kallio decorating Field Marshal Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim with the Order of the Cross of Liberty, Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1940President Kyösti Kallio of Finland and Field Marshal Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim at Helsinki railway station, Finland, 19 Dec 1940; Risto Ryti, Lieutenant General Erik Heindrichs, and Colonel Aladár Paasonen in background
German General Franz Halder arriving at Malmi Airport, Helsinki, Finland, 1940-1941Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim leaving the Presidential Palace, Helsinki, Finland, 1940s
German General Franz Halder arriving at Malmi Airport, Helsinki, Finland, 1940-1941Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim leaving the Presidential Palace, Helsinki, Finland, 1940s
Carl Mannerheim, Alli Paasikiv, and new Finnish President Juho Paasikivi, Helsinki, Finland, 11 Mar 1946New Finnish President Juho Paasikivi and Carl Mannerheim, Helsinki, Finland, 11 Mar 1946
Carl Mannerheim, Alli Paasikiv, and new Finnish President Juho Paasikivi, Helsinki, Finland, 11 Mar 1946New Finnish President Juho Paasikivi and Carl Mannerheim, Helsinki, Finland, 11 Mar 1946
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Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim's funeral procession, Helsinki, Finland, 28 Jan 1951Mannerheim's funeral procession, Helsinki Cathedral, Helsinki, Finland, 4 Feb 1951
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Mannerheim's funeral procession, Helsinki, Finland, 4 Feb 1951


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