How the Reds LOST the Finnish Civil War (1918)

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The Finnish Civil War (Suomen sisällissota) was a conflict that took place in Finland from January to May 1918, after the country declared its independence from Russia in December 1917. The war was fought between the “Whites,” who were a coalition of conservative and pro-independence groups supported by Germany, and the “Reds,” who were a coalition of socialists and communists supported by Russia.

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