Battle For Finland – The Winter War

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In 1939 the Soviet Union expands its borders at the expense of several small neighboring countries. But Finland refuses to be coerced.   Poland was not the only country that figured in the secret clauses of the 1939 Russo-German Pact. They also mentioned the Baltic republics of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, together with Finland, placing them within the sphere of

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