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  1. Il barone Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (IPA: ˡkɑːɭ ˡɡɵs.tɑf ˡeːmil ˡmanːər.he͡im, audio ⓘ; Askainen, 4 giugno 1867 – Losanna, 27 gennaio 1951) è stato un generale, politico e statista finlandese. È considerato l'eroe nazionale finlandese.

  2. Baron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim ( Swedish pronunciation: [kɑːɭ ˈɡɵ̂sːtav ˈěːmɪl ˈmânːɛrˌhɛjm], Finland Swedish: [kɑːrl ˈɡʉstɑv ˈeːmil ˈmɑnːærˌhejm] ⓘ; 4 June 1867 – 27 January 1951) was a Finnish military commander, aristocrat, and statesman.

  3. 31 mag 2024 · Carl Gustaf Mannerheim, Finnish military leader and conservative statesman who successfully defended Finland against greatly superior Soviet forces during World War II and served as the country’s president (1944–46).

    • The Editors of Encyclopaedia Britannica
  4. Friherre (Baron) Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (1867-1951) was born to the Swedish-speaking nobility of the Grand-Duchy of Finland. His father, Count Carl Robert Mannerheim (1835-1914) , had left the family after the collapse of his business and fled to Paris with his mistress, leaving the children alone with their mother, Countess Hélène Mannerheim (1842-1881) .

  5. Generale e uomo di stato finlandese (Villnäs 1867 - Losanna 1951). Servì come ufficiale di cavalleria nell'esercito russo, partecipando alla guerra del 1904-05 contro il Giappone, e militò nelle forze russe fino alla rivoluzione del 1917, allorché si portò in Finlandia, dove iniziò la lotta contro i bolscevichi, riuscendo a farli retrocedere.

  6. Learn about the life and achievements of Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, the first president of independent Finland. From his childhood in a noble family to his military career in Russia and Asia, and his role in the civil war and the victory parade.

  7. 8 ott 2014 · A Finnish aristocrat, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim served as cavalry commander in the Imperial Russian army during the First World War. After the Russian Revolution, he commanded Finnish White forces in the Finnish Civil War of 1918. He served as the Head of State of independent Finland in 1918-1919.