Continuation War

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220,000 Germans (Finnish Lapland)[Notes 2]

14,000 dead or missing
37,000 wounded[3][4]

4,000–7,000 civilian deaths

Naval warfare

Baltic Sea - Black Sea - Arctic - (Arctic Convoys - Rösselsprung - Wunderland)


Barbarossa - (Białystok and Minsk - Smolensk - Uman - Leningrad - 1st Kiev - Sevastopol - Rostov - Moscow) - Finland - Chechnya


Battles of Rzhev - (Toropets and Kholm - Demyansk - Velikiye Luki - Mars) - 2nd Kharkov - Case Blue - Stalingrad - (Uranus - Winter Storm)


3rd Kharkov - Kursk - 2nd Smolensk - Lower Dnieper - 2nd Kiev


Dnieper and Carpathian - Leningrad and Novgorod - Narva - Hube's Pocket - Crimea - Jassy-Kishinev - Karelia - Bagration - Lvov and Sandomierz - 2nd Jassy-Kishinev - Baltics - Debrecen - Petsamo and Kirkenes - Hungary


The Continuation War[Notes 6] (25 June 1941 – 19 September 1944) was the second of two wars fought between Finland and the Soviet Union during World War II.

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