Last month the Finnish Defense Forces made live an online archive of 160,000 WWII era photographs.
Taken between 1939-1945, the photographs document all three conflicts that Finland was involved in during this time (the Winter War, Continuation War, and Lapland War). They include images like the above Finnish soldier with a pack reindeer, the aftermath of battles, and Hitler’s only visit to Finland.
Northern Europe during the Second World War is one of my favorite topics. You hardly hear anything of it in school.