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"The Allies were also collaborating with C-byrÃ¥n, the Swedish military intelligence. Sweden allowed Allied spies to listen to German radio signals from a station on Ã–land, and in MalmÃ¶ a location was established for British military to lead bombing actions in Germany"
Both sides fought for the neutral nations hoping to gain more allies. The neutral nations, by definition, did not fight
There is nothing to save. When the neutral wire becomes disconnected the equipment just stops operating. Disconnect the power supply, reconnect the neutral and the equipment will start operating again.
Denmark promotes peaceful solutions to international crisis is an example of how the Nordic nations choose to be neutral. (novanet)
The bordering countries of Laos & Cambodia were neutral.
ships of neutral nations were not to be harmed
Portugal was neutral in WW2. The capital, Lisbon, however, was known as a place for espionage by all participants in the War.
During World War I, Switzerland, Spain, and the Scandinavian nations remained totally neutral.
In Europe, the nations that managed to remain neutral were Sweden, Spain and Switzerland. In Africa, all countries were linked to either Italy, France or Britain so none of them remained neutral. The Latin American countries remained largely neutral. Asian countries were practically all dragged into the war, either because they were invaded by Japan or because they were colonies of Japan or one of the Allied nations.
Switzerland; Spain; Scandinavia; Holland
They are called neutral nations. These countries were neutral during World War 2: Spain, Norway, Portugal, Ireland, and Switzerland.
There were 5 neutral nations: Portugal, Spain, Switzerland, Sweden and Republic of Ireland.
The neutral wire in a plug completes the circuit to the load and, in a properly operating circuit, carries the same current as the hot wire.
Sweden,Switzerland ,Spain and portugal
i have no fukkn idea
they wanted to stay neutral
No. Switzerland is not part of NATO, and they are entirely neutral. The Balkans nations are also not part of NATO.
Spain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Albania where all neutral during WW1
During World War II, but the point remains true in many other war-time contexts, neutral countries participated in the affairs of formal belligerents in a number of ways. Diplomatically, 'neutrals' sometimes offered to serve as mediators or were asked to mediate between nations at war. On humanitarian grounds, neutral nations sometimes sent aid-teams or inspectors into warring nations. Further, trade and financial transactions were sometimes the basis for interaction between 'neutrals' and nations-at-war.
they wanted to stay neutral
Because it was regarded as a neutral country.