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File:Russians bury their fallen. Kollaanjoki 15.-16.7. 1944. Kollaanjoki 15 to 16.7. 1944..jpg

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One of 300 images declassified by the Finnish government in 2006 showing the Winter War and Continuation War against the Soviet Union from 1939-45.
Date 31 May 2007
Author Finnish Defence Forces
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