Aktion Eisvogel

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Aktion Eisvogel

Springenschmid, Karl: "Aktion Eisvogel"
Eduard Wancura | German | Year: 1956 | ISBN: no | Pages: 102 | PDF | 41,3 MB

The Jäger Movement (Finnish: Jääkäriliike) were volunteers from Finland trained in Germany as Jägers (elite light infantry) during World War I. Supported by Germany to enable a Finnish sovereign state, it was one of many means by which Germany intended to weaken Russia and to cause Russia's loss of western provinces and dependencies.