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English: Flag of the Training Air Wing
Suomi: Lentosotakoulun lippu
Date 1918, 1958
Source Own work by uploader/Lataajan oma teos
Author Akseli Gallen-Kallela, Olof Eriksson
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Public domain This file is in the public domain because it is a part of a decision or a statement issued by a public authority or other public body in Finland. Section 9 of the Finnish Copyright Act specifies that no copyright exists in such material. ( Link to the Act)

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