According to its ribbon it's a medal for "Battle of Vilppula Commemorative Medal" 1918
Thanks for the reply. I'm not sure that's the one as this one is a cross and the "Battle of Vilppula Commemorative Medal" was a round medal. Thanks all the same.
Sorry Scott, even after getting the name of the medal from looking at ribbons, I was unable to find a photo of the medal to compare.
This is what I found....
Here's another site with the cross and what appears to be background history:
Finlande - Vilppula
(It's in French, which I admittedly don't speak.)
Great! Thanks a heap guys. The most informative so far.
From the Finlande - Vilppula site, Google Translate gave me this: "This medal commemorates the defensive battles conducted by the White forces between early February and mid March 1918 on what we might call the 'front' of Häme. But in fact there was no real front lines due to insufficient number of personnel of both sides, but only concentrations of troops in strategic locations."
Andreas saves the day.