- This link list keeps inside internet pages, which are relevant to the Hanko Front generally speaking. Even when there are some great fortification sites in internet, I have tried to keep this link list on the subject and not to start adding all the great pages, even when some of the links on this list, are only loosely connected to Hanko Front.
Status of the links has been checked: 13th of January 2007.
- The mission of the Military Archives is to preserve the historically valuable records of the defence administration and to make them available to all who wish to consult them.
- The picture archive of the Finnish Defence Forces, where a huge number of war time photographs have been stored, functions as part of the National Defence College.
- The Hanko Front museum is located near of the Lappohja village. The front line used to go in the area of the museum and some battles were fought in the museum area. Front museum was opened in 1981.
- The Finnish naval forces in the Second World War. Contains pictures from a private collection.
- Fiskars Museum, Pohja Local History Archive and the Assembly Hall are maintained by Fiskars Local History Society. The Pohja Local History Archive contains some information and photographs from the Hanko Front.
- The island of Bengtskär today.
- Fortresses and castles in Finland and in north-west Russia. The webmaster has also visited Harparskog-line and the military remains in the city of Hanko.
- Interesting article about the propaganda used by the Finnish troops during the Continuation War.
- Pilot Jarl Arnkilin tells about his experiences in the Hanko Front.
- A short account and few pictures about the Harparskog-line and the Hanko Front.
- Pilot Kyösti Karhila who fought in the Hanko Front, tells about Colonel Lieutenant Kullervo Lahtela.
- The most comprehensive account in internet about the Battle for Bengtskär.
- Few lines of text and the maps of the rental areas of Hanko and Porkkala.
- Description from the Wikipedia about the Naval Battle fought in 1714 in the area of Rilax.
- A short biography of Captain Paavo Berg.
- Wikipedia article about the city of Hanko.
- Pictures from the armoured ships of Ilmarinen and Väinämöinen.
- Pictures from the fortifications in the island of Morgonlandet.
- Data stored at the Military Archives of Finland on Finns who died during the Second World War in Finland (1939-1945). The database includes over 95,000 persons. The database includes also fallen foreign volunteers.
- Exhibition of the Estonian deportations by Soviet Union in June 1941. The site contains also a brief description and historical photographs of the resettlement of the people living in Osmussaar (History - The Resettlement of the Osmussaar Residents).
- Presentation in the Finnish Military Page of the troops in Hanko Group, during the existence of the Hanko Group.
- A map of the movements of convoys in the Gulf of Finland during the evacuation of Hanko 30.10. - 04.12.1941. This is a rather large image file. Only in German.
- Nearly a ten minute video, which can be found from the YouTube service, shows Russian fortifications in the city of Hanko. There is numerous mistakes in the historical facts, so it is good to watch the video in a way, that it only gives a moving picture of the Russian fortification in the city of Hanko.
- A railroad gun left behind by the Russians in December 1941.
- Information about the Bengtskär lighthouse island.
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