The heat was also on in Finland. A Moscow propaganda barrage last week
accused Finland of breaking her peace treaty with the Soviet Union.
Leningrad-skaya Pravda ominously reminded the Finns that they had
received their national independence from the Soviet Union in 1917, and
that "further consolidation of their state sovereignty ... is possible
only by carrying out a policy of sincere friendship with the Soviet
Union." Added Leningradskaya Pravda: "The anti-popular activity of
Finnish reactionaries is inspired by overseas reaction. Finland is
within the orbit of the keen attention of Anglo-American imperialists
who are hoping to draw [her] into a...
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