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How Finns Used the ‘Motti’ Tactic to Entrap Soviets in Winter War [Part 3]

Courtesy: Finnish Wartime Photograph Archive (SA-Kuva)

November 30, 1939.

Nearly half a million members of the Soviet Union’s Red Army invaded Finland. It was a David and Goliath battle. The tiny Finnish army was fighting against the mighty Red Army in what became known as the Winter War.

In terms of infantry and artillery, the Soviet Union heavily outnumbered and

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Mahmudul Islam

Mahmudul Islam

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Writer, Journalist. Unabashedly Finnophile, Anglophile. Editor of Finland Stories.