In 'Winter War' set during the winter of 1939 and 1940, Corporal Tero Toivanen serves his homeland of Finland against the invading Soviet Red Army. Tero is a sniper, and although he’s a veteran of his country’s military, like all able young men, he has never seen real war. And this changes quickly as he’s plunged directly into the fighting, where he sees plenty of death and destruction.... [click here for more]
Finnish sniper Tero Toivanen finds out from an intelligence officer that other countries care little for Finland’s position and they are on their own against the mighty invading army of the Soviet Union. Coping with this disappointment, Tero leads what is considred a suicide mission against a Soviet tank squad seeking to cut into Finland.
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Tero gets into a sniper competition with the Russian sharpshooters. His good friend, Niklas, starts to show signs of being shell shocked and Tero fears that it will lead to indecisiveness and ultimately, death. The world continues to ignore the plight of the Finnish nation against the Soviets and offers no assistance.
Winter War is about the 100 day war of Finland against... [click here for more]
The conclusion to the Winter War series brings an end to one of the opening salvos that began the Second World War. Here we find Finnish sniper Tero Toivanen as he tries to stay alive and deal with the horrors of war with his fellow countrymen against the Soviet invasion. They all come to realize how unimportant the people and sovereignty of the Finnish nation is on the world political stage when no... [click here for more]
Winter War is about the 100 day war of Finland against the invading Soviet Union army at the dawn of World War II. Sniper Tero Toivanent answers the call from his homeland, Finland, when it’s attacked by the USSR, which seeks a buffer zone against Nazi Germany. Although the Soviets anticipated a quick victory against the small Finnish army made up of largely citizen soldiers, the Finns used the... [click here for more]