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It's likely that the document merely memorialized the event ex post facto. By that late in the war, the Germans had been ushered out of Finland by the Finns, despite being co-belligerants and enjoying a type of 'Waffenbruderschaft' in fighting the Sovs together.

Speaking of the experience in being 'brothers in arms,' here's a pic of an acidly worded sign left in the wake of the German withdrawal from Finland to Norway following Finnish agreement to the terms of the cease fire with the USSR:


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Hey; you gotta do what you gotta do. By SEP `44, the writing was pretty clearly on the wall. If dip Hitler hadn't have made major strategic blunders, things would of been different.
 
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