Hitler's Nordic Ally? Finland and the Total War 1939-1945, Claes Johansen.
A wide ranging examination of Finland's two wars with the Soviet
Union, the period leading up to the Winter War, the uneasy peace, and
the aftermath of the wars, looking at the political debate within
Finland, the fighting, and the wider impact of the war in the other
Nordic countries. Especially interesting for the light it shines on the
rather murky period between the two wars, where parts of the Finnish
government entered into a de-facto alliance with Germany without the
authority to do so, and on the varying Soviet aims.
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