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Mark Hunt
Mark Hunt • 1 year ago

Battle tested-looking Finnish infantryman, with his K31 Suomi sub-machine gun, on alert for the enemy-- the Red Army's 23rd Corps. Battle of Vuoslami, 4-18 July 1944.

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