How The Finns Handled Russian Invasion

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How The Finns Handled Russian Invasion

Post by Historian » Wed Jan 26, 2022 2:33 pm

Historical lesson on how Ukraine could deal with Putin Invasion?

Play Chinese GO game against Russian Chess game perhaps!

"1939–1940 war between the Soviet Union and Finland."

- It began with a Soviet invasion of Finland on 30 November 1939...
-Despite superior military strength, especially in tanks and aircraft,
the Soviet Union suffered severe losses and initially made little headway.
-Soviet losses were heavy, and the country's international reputation suffered.
-Finnish soldiers were skilled in cross-country skiing.[118]
- The cold, snow, forest, and long hours of darkness were factors that the Finns could use to their advantage.
- The Finns dressed in layers, and the ski troopers wore a lightweight white snow cape.
-This snow-camouflage made the ski troopers almost invisible
that they could more easily execute guerrilla attacks against Soviet columns" -Wiki

Finnish snipers decimated randomly invaders ... American Revolutionary War guerrilla attacks.

For example could NATO bring Modern day aid and Intel such as Joint STARS
which offers battlefield commanders real-time situational information,
while simultaneously transmitting target locations to aircraft and ground strike ...

I hope the planners in the puzzle palace are thinking outside the box.

Random thoughts from past incarnation.

Bless our troops.

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