After defeat at Tampere, Helsinki and Vyborg resistance by Finland’s Reds comes to an end. The Finnish Civil War is over. Today the Whites hold a victory parade in Helsinki, led by Mannerheim, their commander.
Many of the Red leaders fled to Russia. The rank and file were unable to escape. Some of these were summarily executed by the Whites but many more have been sent off to prison camps, together with some bystanders who were not actually involved in the fighting. Altogether there are now some 80,000 prisoners in the Whites’ camps. They face an uncertain future. The disruptions of war mean that Finland is facing a food shortage; ensuring that these subversives are adequately fed is not a priority for the victorious Whites.
Carl Gustav Mannerheim leads the victory parade (Alternative Finland: The Jääkärit (Finnish Jaegers) and their place in the Finnish Army)
Red prisoners in Suomenlinna, Helsinki (Wikipedia: Finnish Civil War)