The Winter War between Finland and Russia had a major impact on the course of the Second World War. The rebuke of the Soviet invasion by Finnish forces led Hitler to believe that the Red Army didn’t account too much. Also, as England and France wanted to send forces through North Scandinavia to intervene on Finland’s behalf, Hitler was alarmed at the prospect of an occupied Scandinavia. These circumstances shaped nazi-foreign policy. This documentary focusses on the war itself, its tactics, hardships and consequences.