Swedish soldiers at the front - Finnish-Russian war

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Swedish soldiers at the front - Finnish-Russian war

The swedish "volunteer-company's" first ever commander at Jandeba, Rickard Nilsson. He above all was very surprised how his "boys" manage to show fearlessness and how they manage not to s*** their pants when under artillery barrage and combat.
Note: The helmet, the uniform which shows how Sweden adopted the german style.

1942-1944 approx. 400 swedes fought the russians at Jandeba. The swedes got known as a "bunch of really tough guys" by the finns.
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