Were Sweden and Germany occupied by Germany?
Sweden remained neutral, but a supporter of Germany during WW2. Sweden was not attacked or occupied by Germany.
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Because they had been helping Germany: helped with the designs of panzers, had trained some of their officers, supplied them with raw materials. Answer Norway had a strateg…ic importance to Germany so they used Denmark as a staging ground for the invasion of Norway, Sweden wasnt of any importance to Germany if it was Sweden would have been invaded. Answer "Because they had been helping Germany: helped with the designs of panzers, had trained some of their officers, supplied them with raw materials." We did sell them iron ore, but i doubt we did any of the other stuff you mentioned, here are some reasons. Swedens own army during world war II was poorly trained and equiped(so Germany would be have been able to train their own troops better then Sweden could. and when it comes to tanks the swedish tanks where nothing compared to the German ones, our best tank would be classed as a medium tank. Wehn ti comes to why Germany didnt attack Sweden the answer is simple, they had planned to do so several times during world war II but they needed troops on other fronts so if Germany would have beaten the soviets Sweden could have been the next target.
Germany occupied Denmark, Norway and Poland. Although neutral, German troops were allowed across Sweden to Norway in the period after the invasion. Finland was a German ally f…ollowing the German invasion of Russia in 1941, and German forces were present in Finland on that basis, particularly in the far north. Answer Finland was allied with Germany but only to get back the land they lost to the Soviet Union during the Winter War, in 1944 Finland made peace with the Soviets and then made war against the Germans to drive them out of their country this is known as the Lapland War. Answer Short version: Yes, no,yes,no and yes. it was occupied yes it was occupied
Germany was occupied by the USA, Great Britain, France and Russia yes yes it was
No, Sweden took a neutral stand during the Second World War, so Germany did not invade them. PS: Just in case you aren't sure, a neutral stand is when a country neither goe…s to war or picks sides during a conflict.
No, Germany has not occupied any foreign country since 1945.
Sweden wasn't, as it was neutral. Germany obviously was. no
No, Sweden was never involved in WW2, other than they let the natziz pas over the country from Norway to Finland.
Yes. I think you would find Germans there.
Sweden was not, as it was neutral. Finland was not, but it was an ally of Germany. Germany obviously was occupied by Germany.
The German Nazis occupied Norway, Finland, Poland but not Sweden. Sweden was a neutral nation and did not have resources Hitler wanted.
No, Sweden remained 'neutral' during the Second World War. I disagree with this, because even though they didn't fight alongside the Nazis, they still funded the Third Reich. … (this is a third response) I disagree with the second response in that it was iron ore that was the by far biggest help. Money actually flowed the other way -- from Germany to Sweden in the form of gold. I cannot find any way to interpret the second response to be historically accurate.
Yes, they were. Wrong!! Sweden was not occupied because all combatants recognised its neutrality - and made good use of it.
No. Sweden was technically neutral during the war, but did do things to help Germany. Sweden has a lot of iron mines, so they sold this metal to the Germans (and Germany used …it to make tanks, planes, ships and so forth). Also, Sweden has a long, bad history with Russia, so when Germany invaded the Soviet Union in 1941, Sweden helped Germany a little bit. But Sweden did other things that Germany didn't like, such as help Jews escape the Holocaust. Once Germany started losing the war after 1943, Sweden started resisting German demands more and more- Sweden knew Germany was no longer a threat to them, so they were more able to resist.