|Full name||Carl Bror Emil Aejmelaeus-Äimä|
20 May 1882|
Porvoo, Grand Duchy of Finland
|Died||13 July 1935
Aejemelaeus was educated in St. Petersburg at the Nicholas Cavalry School, Main Officer's Gymnastics and Fencing School and Imperial Archaeological Institute. After the establishment of Finland's independence he served as the First Adjutant of president K. J. Ståhlberg from 1919 to 1925 and was a military attaché in London and Moscow. Aejemelaeus is a recipient of the Cross of Liberty of Estonia.
Aejemelaeus competed for Russia at the 1912 Summer Olympics in the modern pentathlon. He was a member of Finnish Olympic Committee and a co-founder of the fencing club HFM Helsinki, which is the oldest fencing club in Finland.
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