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Record #141783:

En mellomposisjon? Vinterkrigen og norsk sikkerhetspolitikk / Toom Kristiansen.

Title: En mellomposisjon? Vinterkrigen og norsk sikkerhetspolitikk / Toom Kristiansen.
Translated title: A middle position? The Winter War and Norwegian security policy.
Author(s): Kristiansen, Toom.
Date: 1996.
Publisher: Archangel'sk: Pomorskiy Universitet
Language: Norwegian.
In: Frykt og forventning : Russland og Norge i det 20. århundre. (1996.),
Abstract: Norwegian neutrality was stretched to limit by attack on little neighbour. Attack on 30 Nov. 1939 included assault at Pechenga. Norway strengthened her forces in Troms and Finnmark. World saw new potential theatre of war in Scandinavia. Leftist sympathy for USSR's frontier "rectification" faded. Scandinavian countries had all declared neutrality after invasion of Poland, so did not re-declare. Britain saw this as morally elusive, as Norway still hoped to keep in with her. Norway did break neutrality, sending tiny batch of weapons; Sweden was far more generous.
Notes:

In: Frykt og forventning : Russland og Norge i det 20. århundre / Vladislav Ivanovitch Goldin, Jens Petter Nielsen, eds.

Keywords: 32 -- Politics.
327 -- International relations.
355 -- Defence.
355.48 -- Military history: 1939-40.
93 -- History.
93"193" -- 1930-1939.
J -- Social sciences.
(*3) -- Arctic regions.
(*501) -- Russia (Federation).
(*56) -- Finland.
(*58) -- Norway.
SPRI record no.: 141783

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