I know. I didn't skip all the lessons at school, and I have a basic grasp of the history of the country that issued my passport. The whole Finnish SS-discussion was revived last year. Most of the research about the subject has been based on a small number publications of 60's era apology literature strongly linked to SS-veterans' association. There's plenty of evidence that Finnish SS-troops witnessed mass executions of non-combatants, and one doesn't need a whole lot of common sense to conclude that some of them most likely participated in the murdering of civilians. However, nationalist elements in Finland want to suppress any discussion about past war crimes because they think that addressing reality might be harmful to their agenda. Some members of a certain right-wing party went as far as to demand financial cuts to the university department conducting research about the SS-past. Here's a picture of a Finnish SS-volunteer: Oh wait You guys got your whole own division!