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Antanas Ričardas Druvė (left) and Carl Mannerheim (right) at the Nicholas Cavalry School, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1887-1889Portrait of Colonel Mannerheim, 1904
Antanas Ričardas Druvė (left) and Carl Mannerheim (right) at the Nicholas Cavalry School, Saint Petersburg, Russia, 1887-1889Portrait of Colonel Mannerheim, 1904
Portrait of Mannerheim, circa 1918R├╝diger von der Goltz and Carl Mannerheim at the latter
Portrait of Mannerheim, circa 1918R├╝diger von der Goltz and Carl Mannerheim at the latter's headquarters in Mikkeli, Finland, 1918
Carl Mannerheim in the victory parade in Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918Mayor J. von Haartman greeting General Mannerheim at Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918
Carl Mannerheim in the victory parade in Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918Mayor J. von Haartman greeting General Mannerheim at Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1918
Carl Mannerheim at a desk, 1919Mannerheim (seated) with his lieutenants Lilius, Kekoni, Kallela, and Rosenbr├Âijer, circa 1919
Carl Mannerheim at a desk, 1919Mannerheim (seated) with his lieutenants Lilius, Kekoni, Kallela, and Rosenbr├Âijer, circa 1919
Lennart Oesch and Carl Mannerheim at a memorial for the Battle of L├╝tzen, celebrating its 300th anniversary, 6 Nov 1932Mannerheim on a review stand, circa 1937
Lennart Oesch and Carl Mannerheim at a memorial for the Battle of L├╝tzen, celebrating its 300th anniversary, 6 Nov 1932Mannerheim on a review stand, circa 1937
Field Marshal Mannerheim being greeted by Finnish girls at the 20th anniversary celebration of the libration of Viipuri, Finland, 1938General Harald ├ľhquist (front seat), General Martin Wetzer, and Field Marshal Carl Mannerheim at the anniversary celebration of the libration of Viipuri in that city in Finland, 1938
Field Marshal Mannerheim being greeted by Finnish girls at the 20th anniversary celebration of the libration of Viipuri, Finland, 1938General Harald ├ľhquist (front seat), General Martin Wetzer, and Field Marshal Carl Mannerheim at the anniversary celebration of the libration of Viipuri in that city in Finland, 1938
Marshal Mannerheim inspecting troops at the 20th anniversary of independent Finland, Viipuri, Finland, 1938; note Lieutnant General Harald ├ľhqvist with sword beside himCarl Mannerheim and R├╝diger von der Goltz at the 20th anniversary celebration of the libration of Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1938
Marshal Mannerheim inspecting troops at the 20th anniversary of independent Finland, Viipuri, Finland, 1938; note Lieutnant General Harald ├ľhqvist with sword beside himCarl Mannerheim and R├╝diger von der Goltz at the 20th anniversary celebration of the libration of Helsinki, Finland, 16 May 1938
Carl Mannerheim presenting a gift to Rudolf Walden on his 60th birthday, 1 Dec 1938Carl Mannerheim and Lennart Oesch during a field exercise in Finnish Karelia, Finland, Aug 1939
Carl Mannerheim presenting a gift to Rudolf Walden on his 60th birthday, 1 Dec 1938Carl Mannerheim and Lennart Oesch during a field exercise in Finnish Karelia, Finland, Aug 1939
Field Marshal Mannerheim being decorated the Order of the Cross of Liberty by Finnish President Ky├Âsti Kallio, 1940Former President Ky├Âsti Kallio of Finland (resigned) and Field Marshal C.G.E. Mannerheim at Helsinki railway station, Finland, 19 Dec 1940; Pres Ryti, Lt Gen Heindrichs, and Col Paasonen in background
Field Marshal Mannerheim being decorated the Order of the Cross of Liberty by Finnish President Ky├Âsti Kallio, 1940Former President Ky├Âsti Kallio of Finland (resigned) and Field Marshal C.G.E. Mannerheim at Helsinki railway station, Finland, 19 Dec 1940; Pres Ryti, Lt Gen Heindrichs, and Col Paasonen in background
Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim, 1941Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, date unknown
Finnish Field Marshal Mannerheim, 1941Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, date unknown

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