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Kuin Pietari Hiilivalkealla. Sotasyyllisyysasian Vaiheet 1944-1949
Kuin Pietari Hiilivalkealla. Sotasyyllisyysasian Vaiheet 1944-1949
By Yrjö Soini
Otava, 1956, 382 pp

A well-written account of Finland's war trials, although its major thesis--that the Allied Control Commission would have been content to follow a hands-off policy and that intervention came belatedly only as a result of local Communist pressure--requires more proof than the writer provides.