Why Russia Can't Seem to Win: Remember the Winter War

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has left the media grasping for parallels. Mechanized wars of maneuver spanning entire countries have, fortunately, become rather rare. But at least one conflict from the 20th century may hold some lessons as to the political nature of the conflict. The Winter War, forgotten by many as an appetizer to World War II, remains firmly in the memories of the Finnish people who bitterly resisted a vastly superior Soviet force for several months.


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