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Which treaty ended the Winter War?
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The Treaty of Moscow between Finland and the Soviet Union in March 1940. Battered but not defeated, Finland retained its independence but had to surrender the Karelian Isthmus and Hangö (10 percent of Finnish territory). Campaign losses were: 200,000 Soviets and 25,000 Finns.