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News about "the Arctic Stalingrad"

On October 6, 1944, Soviet forces attacked the German occupiers on the Kola Peninsula. A bloody war ended in the north. Sami and other indigenous peoples played a major role in the outcome of the war.

(THIS ARTICLE IS ONLY MACHINE TRANSLATED by Google from Norwegian)

Did you know that East Finnmark was actually under Soviet control until well into the fall of 1945? Stalin had decided to wait for the withdrawal until he had been guaranteed that the liberated East Finnmark would remain superpower-free. Recently came a book that gives a regular reader and certainly also historians much to reflect on.

The authors AA Gorter, WT Gorter and M. Suprun have with the Liberation of East Finnmark 1944-1945 given us exciting and shocking information about the end of the war. Following the Germans' decision to withdraw. . .

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