A summary of the review on StrategyPage.Com:
'Following an introduction by the editors, this volume includes a dozen essays on Finland and the Second World War, during which the tiny republic twice fought the Soviet Union (1939-1940, 1941-1944) and then Germany (1944-1945). While only one essay is devoted to operational matters, others explore the problems of a small country during a superpower conflict, coalition warfare in an unbalanced relationship, and societal mobilization and domestic politics in a democratic nation. Other essays deal with civilians under Soviet occupation, prisoners-of-war, memorialization and the lack of it, and the long term political, diplomatic, cultural, and social impacts of the war. A useful work for those interested in the fate of small nations in great wars, democratic institutions in wartime, or the Eastern Front in World War II.'
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