The 105th day of vast Red Russia's hammering attack on little snowbound Finland opened as usual on all fronts last week. Soon after dawn, Red bombers appeared over interior cities, methodically dropping demolition where it would most damage communications and transport, incendiary charges where they would burn homes and civilian morale. Northeast of Lake Ladoga,* Red tanks and infantry tried to make headway where three of their divisions had been whittled to bits. As usual, they were driven back. At Taipale, Vuosalmi and along the Vuoksi in the centre of the...

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