Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim

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Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim
suomagillii: Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim
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Riegádan4 (geassemánu) 16. beaivvi 1867:s[1][2][3]
Jápmánođđajagimánu 27. beaivvi 1951:s(1951-01-27)[2][3] (83)
HávdiHietaniemi cemetery Translate
Riikkavulošvuohta
Bargu
Ámmátstatesperson Translate, explorer Translate, politihkkár ja soahtehearrá
Giellaruoŧagiella, ruoššagiella ja suomagiella
BálkkašumitGrand Cross of the Legion of Honour Translate, Knight Grand Cross of the Order of the British Empire Translate, Order of the Lion of Finland Translate, Order of the White Rose of Finland Translate, Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross with Oak Leaves Translate, Knight second class of the Order of Saint Anne Translate, Order of Saint Stanislaus, 2nd class Translate, Order of St. Vladimir, 4th class Translate, Order of Michael the Brave Translate, Order of St. George, 4th class Translate, Order of the Elephant Translate, Grand Cordon of the Order of the Paulownia Flowers Translate, Royal Order of the Seraphim Translate, Order of the Cross of Liberty Translate, 1st Class of the Military Order of the Cross of the Eagle Translate, Order of the German Eagle Translate, Estonian Red Cross Order First Class Translate, Knight third class of the Order of Saint Anne Translate, Gold Sword for Bravery Translate, Q52567864 Translate, Order of St. Vladimir, 3rd class with Swords Translate, Iron Cross 2nd Class Translate, Iron Cross 1st Class Translate, Clasp to the Iron Cross Translate, Knight third class of the order of St. Vladimir Translate, Order of Saint Stanislaus, 1st class Translate, Order of Saint Stanislaus, 3rd class Translate, Mannerheim Cross Translate, German Cross Translate ja Order of the Paulownia Flowers Translate
Bearaš
VáhnematCarl Robert Mannerheim Translate
GuoibmiAnastasia Mannerheim Translate
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Suoma maršálka, báron Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (geassemánu 4. 1867 Askainenođđajagimánu 27. 1951 Lausanne, Šveica)[5] lei suopmelaš ámmátsoalddát ja politihkar, okta Iehčanas Suoma Dásseválddi historjjá guovddášolbmuin. [6] Son lei maid Suoma stáhtadikšu (19181919), bealuštanfámuid bajimus hoavda (19181919 ja 19391946) ja Suoma dásseválddi 6. presideanta (19441946).

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  1. идентификатор BNF: платформа открытых данных — 2011.
  2. 2,0 2,1 Encyclopædia Britannica
  3. 3,0 3,1 SNAC — 2010.
  4. Немецкая национальная библиотека, Берлинская государственная библиотека, Баварская государственная библиотека и др. Record #118881574 // Общий нормативный контроль (GND) — 2012—2016.
  5. Stig Jägerskiöld: Mannerheim 1867–1951, s. 11 ja 301. Kalle Salo. Otava, 1992. ISBN 951-1-12475-7.
  6. Kuka teki mitä, s. 166. Suuri Suomalainen Kirjakerho, 1986. ISBN 951-643-251-4.
 
Suoma presideanttat
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K. J. Ståhlberg | Lauri Kristian Relander | Pehr Evind Svinhufvud | Kyösti Kallio | Risto Ryti | Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim | Juho Kusti Paasikivi | Urho Kekkonen | Mauno Koivisto | Martti Ahtisaari | Tarja Halonen | Sauli Niinistö