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Finnish Civil War: A hellish conflict
This is Part 2 of a two-part series that started with Finnish Civil War: The Background. It was a war of child soldiers, terror squads, and prison camps. How could this happen in a country where a strong Social Democrat … Continue reading
Posted in History, Military History, World War I Tagged Baltic Sea Division, Finnish Civil War, German Empire, Helsinki, prison camps, Red Guards, Tampere, Viipuri, White Guards 7 Comments