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The entire nation was affected by the war. Meat was still available during the Winter War. Refugees from Karelia were forced to slaughter their livestock, which resulted in a temporary increase in the supply of meat.
The entire nation was affected by the war. Meat was still available during the Winter War. Refugees from Karelia were forced to slaughter their livestock, which resulted in a temporary increase in the supply of meat.
Itikanmäki in 1949 before the major new construction phase. The earliest buildings stand in harmony with the production facilities built at the end of the 1930s.
Itikanmäki in 1949 before the major new construction phase. The earliest buildings stand in harmony with the production facilities built at the end of the 1930s.
Animals had to be slaughtered in field conditions right on the new border. The carcasses were then transported onwards to organisations such as Lihakunta and Itikka for the next stages. Nature ensured that the carcasses were frozen.
Animals had to be slaughtered in field conditions right on the new border. The carcasses were then transported onwards to organisations such as Lihakunta and Itikka for the next stages. Nature ensured that the carcasses were frozen.
In 1940, Itikka had ten shops of its own. This butcher's shop operated in Alavus.
In 1940, Itikka had ten shops of its own. This butcher's shop operated in Alavus.
The waterways were also used. This was possible in the area where Lihakunta operated. Lihakunta even had its own ship, which was called Osuusteurastamo (co-operative slaughterhouse). The ship was still in use in the 1950s, after the Second World War, when it also transported livestock.
The waterways were also used. This was possible in the area where Lihakunta operated. Lihakunta even had its own ship, which was called Osuusteurastamo (co-operative slaughterhouse). The ship was still in use in the 1950s, after the Second World War, when it also transported livestock.
Itikka's shop in the Seinäjoki marketplace looked like this at the beginning of the 1940s.
Itikka's shop in the Seinäjoki marketplace looked like this at the beginning of the 1940s.

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