In Wartime Finland

Memories of a World War II Childhood by Hilja Hautamaa Nast

Publisher: North Star Pr of St Cloud

Written in English
Cover of: In Wartime Finland | Hilja Hautamaa Nast
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  • Biography/Autobiography

Edition Notes

ContributionsRichard Impola (Translator)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages128
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL11173587M
ISBN 100878391428
ISBN 109780878391424

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From the The Finnish Defence Forces comes the Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive, a collection ofphotographs taken during World War II when Finland fought to free itself from Nazi Germany and the Soviet ved in their original state, the pictures "portray life on the home front, ruins from bombings, the war industry and events that happened behind the.

The amazing story of Finland in World War II, A soldier with a pack Reindeer, on slippery ice, near the tiny village of Nautsi, in northern Lapland, Finland, on Octo For most of Finland’s history, the country had lived on the periphery of world events, but for a few weeks during the winter ofFinland stood at.

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In Wartime Finland: Memories of a World War II Childhood5/5(1). The Finnish Civil War offers an account of the history and memory of the conflict and traces its legacy in Finnish society until today. Preview this book» What people are saying - Write a review4/5(1). Tiina Kinnunen, Ph.D. () in General History, University of Tampere, Finland, is Adjunct Professor at the University of Eastern has published on the history of European feminism and historical writing, and Finnish history culture of World War II.

Ville Kivimäki, MA, is a doctoral student of history at the Åbo Akademi University in by: 7. The two main documents describing today’s wartime force is the Finnish Security and Defence Policy which established the ‘current’ organisation (with a wartime strength of ,), and the later Government’s Defence Report which raised the strength to the current level.

The former (FSDP12) describe the strategy.