History of War

WWII THIS MONTH… FEBRUARY 1940

SECOND BATTLE OF SUMMA

fter failing to make a breakthrough against the Finnish defensive line, known as the Mannerheim Line, the Soviets launched a second massive offensive across the Karelian Isthmus, near the village of Summa. On 1 February,

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