The Tieto-Finlandia nonfiction prize has been won by historian Ville Kivimäki for his book Murtuneet mielet. Taistelu suomalaissotilaiden hermoista 1939-1945 (Broken Minds). It examines the psychological traumas that the Second World War inflicted on Finnish soldiers and veterans.
The director of the Helsinki Art Museum, Maija Tanninen-Mattila, chose the winner of the 30,000-euro prize. She said the book had made her re-think the war.