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A Soviet T-34 captured by the Finnish forces in the Winter War of 1939. It is currently on display at the Tank Museum in the UK.

 

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That's the Finn's wartime symbol.   Their aircraft had a light blue swastika.   It has nothing to do with the Nazi emblem.   By the way the Arizona National Guard used the swastika as a shoulder patch prior to WW2.

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The 45th infantry division also used a swastika on their unit patch. But was changed because of the Nazi in the 1930's

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10 hours ago, Jes said:

The 45th infantry division also used a swastika on their unit patch. But was changed because of the Nazi in the 1930's

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