Finnish propaganda World War 2
Finnish propaganda was sparse during World War 2 and consisted mostly of leaflets dropped from airplanes behind enemy lines. The Finnish people have always been very proud and many were ready to fight to the last man. Hence no extra motivation to fight the "red wave" was really needed.
However, in spite of this, a few classic propaganda posters from both the Winter war (1939-40) and the Continuation war (1941-44) were printed. We hope to soon be able to offer reproductions of them in this store!
|Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim - Finnish WW2 portrait||€17.30|
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