In Finland the hakaristi (swastika) was used as the official national marking of the Finnish Defence Forces between 1918 and 1945 and also of the Finnish Air Force, anti-aircraft troops as a part of the air force and tank troops at that time.
Swastika was a prominent good-luck symbol in Northern Europe.
Nazis adopted it as their symbol later than the Finnish Air Force.
I can't be arsed to find the link, but a Swedish government official was fired from his job because he changed his kikebook background into a picture of an old finnish airplane that had the swastika symbol on it. He literally just thought the plane was cool.
They sheltered Jews.
In one instance during the alliance with Germany they forced a German officer to trek into the wilderness to give a medal to a guy who revealed himself as a Jew openly to him in a "what'cha gonna do about it, we could always say you got lost somewhere" manner.
The German officer reportedly congratulated him for his daring.
>this triggers the communists and russian shills
The best part is that our airforce used the swastika because it was the family symbol of the swedish bloke who gifted our airforce it's first plane
>military vow that includes mention of god
>in a church
>while waving a flag that has a swastika on it
Pretty much the most triggering thing a modern greenleft vegan hippie feminist sjw can see t.b.h.
No, the best part is that our air forces still use it in their flag