Editor says, what if the proposed Anglo-French military intervention in the Winter War had actually gone ahead? (this more belligerent response is re-queled by an earlier action in which Allied Air Forces bomb Stalin's supply of Baku's oil in October 1939). Please note that the opinions expressed in this post do not necessarily reflect the views of the author(s). This article is part of the Resource War thread.
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Editor says, in this article we explore an idea on the Military History Forum web site and repurpose content from Wikipedia which concludes ~ On 18 June 1941, the Swedish government quickly agreed to Nazi Germany's demand to transit rights across Sweden for German troops on their way from the then occupied Norway to Finland, in order to join the German attack on Soviet union. A total of 2.14 million German soldiers, and more than 100,000 German military railway carriages, would cross neutral Swedish territory in a thunderous display of "might over right" for the next three years. Editorial comments are entered in [light green] typeface.