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Portrait of Lennart Oesch, 1918Lennart Oesch and Carl Mannerheim at a memorial for the Battle of LĂĽtzen, celebrating its 300th anniversary, Germany, 6 Nov 1932
Portrait of Lennart Oesch, 1918Lennart Oesch and Carl Mannerheim at a memorial for the Battle of LĂĽtzen, celebrating its 300th anniversary, Germany, 6 Nov 1932
Finnish Chief of the General Staff Lennart Oesch (left) and Estonian Chief of the General Staff Nikolai Reek (second from right) inspecting an Estonian military exercise, Estonia, Oct 1938Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim and Lennart Oesch during a field exercise in Finnish Karelia, Finland, Aug 1939
Finnish Chief of the General Staff Lennart Oesch (left) and Estonian Chief of the General Staff Nikolai Reek (second from right) inspecting an Estonian military exercise, Estonia, Oct 1938Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim and Lennart Oesch during a field exercise in Finnish Karelia, Finland, Aug 1939
Lieutenant General Lennart Oesch and his chief of staff Colonel Valo Nihtilä inspecting Viipuri, Finland (now Vyborg, Russia), Aug-Sep 1941Soviet Major General Vladimir V. Kirpitsnikov, in captivity, lighting a cigarette for Finnish Lieutenant General Lennart Oesch, Russia, Sep 1941
Lieutenant General Lennart Oesch and his chief of staff Colonel Valo Nihtilä inspecting Viipuri, Finland (now Vyborg, Russia), Aug-Sep 1941Soviet Major General Vladimir V. Kirpitsnikov, in captivity, lighting a cigarette for Finnish Lieutenant General Lennart Oesch, Russia, Sep 1941
Lennart Oesch and Aitanga Niskanen visiting Oesch
Lennart Oesch and Aitanga Niskanen visiting Oesch's relatives in Switzerland, May 1952
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