Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (Swedish pronunciation: [kɑːɭ ˈɡɵ̂sːtav ˈěːmɪl ˈmânːɛrˌhɛjm], Finland Swedish: [kɑːrl ˈɡʉstɑv ˈeːmil ˈmɑnːærˌhejm] i; 4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was a Finnish military leader and statesman.https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Gustaf_Emil_Mannerheim
Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (Swedish pronunciation: [kɑːɭ ˈɡɵ̂sːtav ˈěːmɪl ˈmânːɛrˌhɛjm], Finland Swedish: [kɑːrl ˈɡʉstɑv ˈeːmil ˈmɑnːærˌhejm] i; 4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was a Finnish military leader and statesman.
Carl Gustaf Mannerheim was a popular Finnish military leader and politician. He defended Finland against the Soviet forces during the Second World War and later served as the country’s president. He had also served as the cavalry commander of the Guards Cavalry Brigade in the Imperial Russian Army during World War I.
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim. Birth. 4 Jun 1867. Askainen, Masku Municipality, Finland Proper, Finland. Death. 27 Jan 1951 (aged 83) Lausanne, District de Lausanne, Vaud, Switzerland. Burial.
Baron Carl Gusta Emil Mannerheim. edit. Language. Label. Description. Also known as. English. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim. Finnish military leader and statesman (1867–1951)
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheimin isä kamarijunkkari Carl Robert Mannerheim (1835–1914) poikkesi suvun perinteistä, sillä hänestä ei tullut sotilasta eikä virkamiestä. Carl Robert tunnettiin radikaaleista poliittisista näkemyksistään, ja kun hän peri isältään kreivin arvonimen, viranomaiset paheksuivat häntä poliittisena satiirikkona.
Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim was a renowned Finnish politician and army officer who started his service with Russia’s Imperial Army. He was a member of the army during the 1904 Russo-Japanese War before switching his allegiance to Finland after the country gained its independence in 1917.