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Rank  Major general
Service/branch  Finnish Army

Name  Aaro Pajari
Allegiance  Finland
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Born  17 July 1897 Asikkala, Finland (1897-07-17)
Awards  Mannerheim Cross of Liberty (Twice)
Died  October 14, 1949, Kokkola, Finland
Similar People  Hjalmar Siilasvuo, Ruben Lagus, Lothar Rendulic, August Krakau

Battles/wars  Battle of Tolvajarvi
Battles and wars  Battle of Tolvajarvi

Aaro Olavi Pajari (17 July 1897 – 14 October 1949) was a Major General in the Finnish Army. During World War II, he received the Mannerheim Cross of Liberty twice. Aaro Pajari is regarded as one of the bravest and most courageous men of the Finnish army in World War II. His tactical greatness, as well as his manner of leading from the front made him a great leader and led to great devotion and motivation from the troops under his command.

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His greatest achievement was the Finnish victory at the Battle of Tolvajärvi in the Winter War, where his small Finnish force smashed a far larger Soviet army. Pajari went on to serve brilliantly throughout the Winter, Continuation, and Lapland wars, becoming famous for his success in leading small unit, and guerrilla style operations.

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