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Diary November 28, 1939

Russian machine-gun team training on the M1910 Maxim
Preparations for war: a Russian machine-gun team training on the M1910 Maxim, an old but reliable weapon which is in widespread use in the Red Army.
War Diary for Tuesday, November 28, 1939:


Russia renounces Soviet-Finnish Non-Aggression Pact (signed 1932).
Finns inform Moscow that investigations show that Russian artillery fired the 7 shells at Russian village Mainila on November 26, 1939.

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