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No need for that, hope I didn't "sound" too nitpickerJuha Hujanen wrote:Sorry for being too cryptic
Correct, sort of red cross for animals (changed it's name from Röda Stjärnan (Red Star) to Blå Stjärnan (Blue Star) in 1941 http://www.blastjarnan.se/mainpres/mainhist1.htmlInstead of being an partisan,she is from Swedish branch of l'Etoile Rouge.A organisation founded in Geneve 1914 with a mission to take care of animals during war.I belive they send an ambulance for horses to Finland during Winter War.
Well done #1, correct answer.Juha Hujanen wrote:He's no other than classic cartoonist Kari Suomalainen.
Cheers/#1 or whatever..
Juha Hujanen wrote:Thank's #2 (is this a The Prisoner episode..)
What's this Finnish version of doroga zhizni?.It was 2 years earlier than more famous Russian version and it was also known as "Gräsbeck road".
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