6. Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim,b. 04.06.1867 Askainen, d.27.01.1951 Lausanne, Switzerland. Regent 1944 4 August 1944 4 March 1946 (resigned) Non-Partisan Commander-in-Chief of the Defence Forces b. 4 June 1867, Askainen d. 27 January 1951, Lausanne, Switzerland Regent (interim head of state) of Finland 1918–1919. The only Marshal of Finland. Elected as president in 1944 by the Parliament. Resigned in 1946.
Chiang Kai-shek saw German history as something that China should emulate, as the German unification was something that Chiang thought would provide valuable lessons to his own unification of China. Thus, Germany was seen as a primary force in the "international development" of China.
Full length portrait of Napoleon in his forties, in high-ranking white and dark blue military dress uniform. He stands amid rich 18th century furniture laden with papers, and gazes at the viewer. His hair is Brutus style, cropped close but with a short fringe in front, and his right hand is tucked in his waistcoat.
Served in Afghanistan, Dagestan, Chechnya, South Ossetia. 26 years of military service. Wounded several times; lost a foot. Awarded: Hero of the Russian Federation, Order of St. George, Order of the Red Star (x3), Order of Courage. All-round badass. Killed in a motorcycle accident last year. http://img-fotki.yandex.ru/get/7/159388049.0/0_d33d6_23c6e7cb_L.jpg http://www.airforceworld.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/chdzCt6.jpg
Frank Herbert Mason American, b. 1921 Portrait of George H. Fearons, Jr. in the Uniform of the Sovereign Military Order of Malta
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American military uniforms of WWI provided the foundation for the development of the modern fighting uniforms. There were two basic materials employed in the uniform: Cotton (summer) and wool (winter). The patches used on the uniforms were usually of very crude manufacturing.