|Leningrad's defence on the side of Karelian nest [сообщение #802]
||Ср, 07 Февраль 2018 15:29
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In the end of August 1941 General Keitel send a letter to Mannerheim and asked Finns to carry on warfare towards Leningrad. Ryti and Mannerheim formulated to him a polite but negative answer. They argued their negative answer by claiming that Leningrad's defence was very strong and Finns didn't have dive bomber and extra heavy artillery.
Was this a reason or an excuse?
Is there any facts which could have been base of Mannerheim's answer? I mean some kind of analyze according to Leningrad's defence (concrete bunkers xx pcs / kilometer etc). Or has anybody seen reliable claim about such one?
I didn't find the right solution from the internet.
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