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  2. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim - Wikipedia

    Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim was born in the Louhisaari Manor of the Askainen parish (current Masku) on June 4, 1867. After Mannerheim's father left the family for his mistress in 1880, [32] his mother and her seven children went to live with her aunt Louise, but she died the following year. [33]

  3. Soldier then president, Mannerheim took Finland from war to ...

    Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim became president in 1944, at a most unusual, utterly astonishing phase of Finland’s political history. June 4, 2017 marks the 150th anniversary of his birth. The Helsinki landmark statue of C.G.E. Mannerheim on his horse looks out over Mannerheim Road, in front of the Kiasma Museum of Contemporary Art.

  4. Mannerheim, Carl Gustaf Emil | International Encyclopedia of ...

    Friherre (Baron) Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (1867-1951) was born to the Swedish-speaking nobility of the Grand-Duchy of Finland. His father, Count Carl Robert Mannerheim (1835-1914) , had left the family after the collapse of his business and fled to Paris with his mistress, leaving the children alone with their mother, Countess Hélène ...

  5. The Image of Marshal Mannerheim, Moral Panic, and the ...

    It sparked an identity struggle, seen within society as soul-searching. One of the major national symbolic figures, Marshal Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (1867–1951), the Civil War (1918) and World War II military leader and the President of Finland (1944–1946), became a mirror in this collective introspection.

  6. Mannerheim (family) - Wikipedia

    Comital lineage. (number 8 in the register of the Finnish House of Nobility) Baron Carl Erik Mannerheim (1759–1837) was the son of Baron Johan Augustin Mannerheim. Born in Säter, Carl Erik was part of the Anjala League, an opposition movement during the reign of Gustav III of Sweden. However, he received an amnesty and emigrated to Finland ...

  7. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (Military leader) - On This Day

    Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim is Finland's greatest military leader. He successfully guided his country through its struggle against Soviet Russia to independence and is often regarded as the father of modern Finland. Mannerheim was born a member of the Swedish speaking aristocracy and served...

  8. Karl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim | MY HERO

    Karl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, a Swedish descendant was born in to a Finnish family in 1867. Due to money problems of his family during his early years, he had serious discipline problems in school (Karl). Mannerheim was sent to a Finnish cadet-school to learn self-discipline, but he had already adapted a determined and willful way of thinking ...

  9. 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:

  10. Family tree of Carl Gustaf Emil MANNERHEIM - Geneastar

    His grandfather, Count Carl Gustaf Mannerheim (1797–1854), was an entomologist and jurist. His father, Carl Robert, Count Mannerheim (1835–1914), was both a playwright and industrialist, with modest success in both endeavors. Mannerheim's mother, Hedvig Charlotta Helena von Julin (1842–1881), was the daughter of a wealthy industrialist.

  11. Mannerheim omisti kahvilan Hangossa -

    10.3.2022. Marsalkka Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim muistetaan erityisesti sotilaallisista ja poliittisista ansioistaan. Mutta jos olet vieraillut Hangossa, olet ehkä kuullut, että edesmennyt presidenttimme oli myös varsinainen kulinaristi – jopa kahvilanomistaja. Neljän tuulen tuvaksi nimetty kesäkahvila on yhä pystyssä Hangon Pienessä ...

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