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Finland

Fin·land

 (fĭn′lənd)
A country of northern Europe on the Gulf of Bothnia and the Gulf of Finland. Settled by Finnish people by the beginning of the 8th century, the region was controlled from the 13th century by Sweden and after 1809 by Russia. Finland became independent in 1917. Helsinki is the capital and the largest city.

Fin′land·er n.
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The aptly named "Winter War" would show the world the determination, bravery and military abilities of the Finnish people. Although vastly outnumbered in men and material, the Finns--with the aid of the severe winter weather--showed what free riflemen fighting for their homes were capable of, and inflicted a series of humiliating defeats upon the Red Army, stopping its early advances (literally) cold.

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