Winter War

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2,514–6,541 tanks[Note 6][11]:260
3,880 aircraft

5,572 captured[17]:815
3,543 tanks[Note 10][9][11]:286[17]:810–811
261–515 aircraft[Note 11][9]:381[17]:810-811

Poland – Phoney War – Denmark & Norway
France & Benelux – BritainBalkansYugoslav Front – Eastern Front –Finland - Western Front (1944–45)
Asia & The Pacific
China – Pacific Ocean – South-East Asia 
South West Pacific – Japan – Manchuria (1945)
Mediterranean, Middle East and Africa

The Winter War (Finnish: Talvisota, Swedish: Vinterkriget, Russian: Зимняя война (trans. Zimnyaya voyna))[18] was a military conflict between the Soviet Union and Finland. It began with a Soviet offensive on 30 November 1939—three months after the start of World War II and the Soviet invasion of Poland—and ended on 13 March 1940 with the Moscow Peace Treaty. The League of Nations deemed the attack illegal and expelled the Soviet Union on 14 December 1939.[19]

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