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  2. Finnish Civil War - Wikipedia

    On 15 January, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, a former Finnish general of the Imperial Russian Army, was appointed the commander-in-chief of the Civil Guards. The Senate appointed the Guards, henceforth called the White Guards, as the White Army of Finland. Mannerheim placed his Headquarters of the White Army in the Vaasa–Seinäjoki area. The ...

  3. Great Game - Wikipedia

    Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim also acted as a tsarist agent during the Great Game, leading an expedition through Tibet, Xinjiang, and Gansu on the way to Beijing. [76] [77] The Russian General Staff wanted on-the-ground intelligence about reforms and activities by the Qing dynasty, as well as the military feasibility of invading Western China : a ...

  4. Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (1867 - 1951) - Genealogy

    Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim: Birthdate: June 04, 1867: Birthplace: Askainen, Turku-Pori, Finland: Death: January 27, 1951 (83) Vaud, Switzerland Immediate Family: Son of Carl Robert Mannerheim and Hedvig Charlotte Helena Mannerheim Partner of Gertrud Wallenberg. Occupation: General and Marshal of Finland: Managed by:

  5. 10 Male Leaders Who Had Surprisingly High-Pitched Voices

    The recording in question involves Hitler speaking to Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, the military leader of Finland, in 1942. The recording was made in secret by a Finnish broadcasting engineer. When Hitler’s guards realized he was being secretly recorded, they surprisingly did not demand the tape be destroyed.

  6. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim - Timenote

    Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (Swedish pronunciation: [ˈkɑːrl ˈɡɵsˌtɑv ˈeːmil ˈmanːərˌheim]) (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was a Finnish military leader and statesman. Mannerheim served as the military leader of the Whites in the Finnish Civil War, Regent of Finland (1918–1919), commander-in-chief of Finland's defence ...

  7. Anastasia Mannerheim (1893 - 1978) - Genealogy -

    Death: April 19, 1978 (85) Letchworth, Hertfordshire, England (United Kingdom) Immediate Family: Daughter of Marshal of Finland C. G. E. Mannerheim, 6th President of Finland; Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim; Anastasia Nikolajevna Mannerheim and Anastasia Mannerheim. Partner of Olive Jessie Rooney. Sister of Dödfödd Mannerheim; Sophie ...

  8. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim - Wikipedia

    Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (Swadish pronunciation: [kɑːɭ ˈɡɵsˈtav ˈeːmɪl ˈmanːɛrˈhɛɪm]) (in Roushie: Густав Карлович Ма́ннергейм, Gustav Karlovich Mannerheym) (4 Juin 1867 – 27 Januar 1951) wis a Finnish militar leader an statesman.

  9. Карл Густав Эмиль Маннергейм. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim. Президент Финляндии. 4 августа 1944 — 11 марта 1946. Предшественник. Ристо Рюти. Преемник. Юхо Кусти Паасикиви.

  10. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim | The New Order: Last Days of ...

    Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was a former field marshal in the Republic of Finland, who served in both the Finnish Civil War and the Winter War. Despite his personal distaste of the Finnish Republican government and his monarchist alignments, he served as a Field...

  11. A Finnish noble buried with the Romanoffs – NettyRoyal

    Most interesting however was the grave next to the two Romanoff ones. This is the grave of Anastasie Mannerheim, the eldest daughter of Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, president of Finland between 1944 and 1946, and his wife Anastasia Arapova, whom he married in 1892 and divorced in 1919.