Is turkey Bulgaria Romania Yugoslavia Greece and Ireland is neutral in World War 2?
Only Turkey and Ireland were neutral.
Finland, Austria, Ireland, Yugoslavia, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Malta, and Sweden are the traditionally neutral countries. During the Cold War, there were also the Warsaw Pact countries, of course, which consisted of the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Romania, East Germany, Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia. Albania was originally a member, but withdrew in 1968, and declared themselves a neutral country. Currently, Albania is a member of NATO.
Well, World War II was the invasion of Poland. The other places Germany invaded was Italy, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Greece, Denmark, Ireland, Finland, France, Austria, Norway, Ukraine, Hungary, Slovakia, Bulgaria, The Netherlands, Belgium, Romania, Luxembourg, etc. The truth is that Hitler owned all of Europe except for the neutral countries: Eire (Republic if Ireland) Sweden Switzerland Spain Afghanistan Portugal
Austria (after absorbed into Germany in 1936), Slovokia, Croatia (after Yugoslavia defeated in 1941), Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Finland, Soviet Union (Aug 39-July 41), Italy, Japan & Vichy France. Also these neutral countries assisted in various ways: Spain, Sweden & Switzerland.
Allied: Great Britain France United States Denmark Norway Soviet Union Yugoslavia Greece Albania Czechoslovakia Poland Netherlands Belgium Luxembourg Ireland Nationalist China Communist China Australia New Zealand South Africa Ethiopia Vichy France (To Some Degree) Brazil Estonia Latvia Lithuania Axis: Germany Italy Japan Slovakia - Puppet State Hungary Romania Bulgaria Croatia - Puppet State Manchuria - Puppet State Finland Neutral States: Sweden Switzerland Spain Portugal Afghanistan The State of Ireland
Nope Ireland is neutral, though it does take part in UN peace keeping missions, the NATO members are: Albania Belgium Bulgaria Canada Croatia Czech Rep Denmark Estonia France Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Italy Latvia Lithuania Luxembourg Netherlands Norway Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Turkey United Kingdom United States
No it isn't. Bulgaria is in NATO alliance.
The major countries were: Germany, Japan and Italy. The minor countries were: Hungary, Romania, Slovak Republic, Bulgaria, Yugoslavia, Croatia and Thailand. Germany, Italy and japan Germany, Japan, and Italy were the members of the Axis. All other nations were members of the Allies, or were Neutral. Any country not in this list Germany Italy Japan Hungary Romania Bulgaria See list below for the the nations who aligned themselves with the Nazis and those who were… Read More
Unfortunately now Romania is a member of NATO.
Yugoslavia no longer exists as a country. It has been many different types of country. Yugoslavia was created in 1918, but from 1918 to 1929 it was called the the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes From 1929 to 1943 it was the Kingdom of Yugoslavia Both were capitalist countries, but not very democratic. From 1943 to 1945 Yugoslavia did not exist. From 1945 to 1991 it was the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia This… Read More
Ireland chose to be neutral and stuck to that policy during World War II, and it is still a neutral country.
During the WW1 Romania was an allied country.
Yugoslavia was invaded and partitioned by Germany, Italy and Hungary in 1941.
The Nazi Germans and Fascist Italians of the Axis Forces took over these countries: For details on each country and Nazi involvement go to the related site below Albania Armenia Austria Belgium Bulgaria Czechoslovakia Denmark France Free French Forces Vichy France Germany Greece Hungary Ireland A neutral nation but many German Nazis were there Italy Luxembourg Monaco Morocco occupied by the Vichy French for the Nazis Netherland/Netherlands East Indies Norway Panama They had agents there… Read More
The occupation and division of Europe between soviet Russia ,Great Britain and her allies. Certain states such as Poland Checkoslvakia, Hungary,Yugoslavia, Romania,Bulgaria, Albania, Ltvia, Estonia, Lithoania, Ukraine were to fall under Soviet control. France, Holland, Belgium, Denmark, Italy, Norway ,Greece to be under the control of the western allies. Austria, to be neutral and Fnland to cede territory to Russia. Germany to be divided four ways between Russia, American British and French control.
After the Second World War the following countries were re-established and with a few years came under Soviet influence and were allies of the USSR: - Poland - German Democratic Republic (also known as East Germany) - Czechoslovakia - Hungary - Romania - Bulgaria Austria was divided, and part was under the control of the USSR, but in 1955 all of Austria became an independent neutral country. Finland signed a peace treaty with the USSR… Read More
Allied Forces with the Big 3 Being the USA, UK and USSR Ethiopia · China · Czechoslovakia · Poland · United Kingdom · India · France · Australia · New Zealand · South Africa · Canada · Norway · Belgium · Netherlands · Greece · Yugoslavia · Soviet Union · United States · Philippines · Mexico · Brazil Brazil did not stop trading with the Axis powers until 1943 The United Nations was formed in… Read More
The Founding Members (1949): United States of America, United Kingdom, France, Italy, Canada, Netherlands, Belgium, Portugal, Norway, Denmark, Iceland and Luxembourg. Joined in 1952: Greece and Turkey Joined in 1955: Germany Joined in 1982: Spain Joined in 1999: Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland (all were members of the former rival Warsaw Pact) Joined in 2004: Bulgaria, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia. (all were previously Warsaw Pact - except Slovenia which was previously part… Read More
No it didn't
Ireland remained neutral.
Ireland is a neutral country and as such does not have enemies.
Because Ireland is a neutral country.
No. Ireland is a neutral country.
The Axis Powers were Germany (with Austria), Italy, and Japan. Later additions were Bulgaria, Hungary, Romania, and occupied Thailand. Spain, although nominally neutral, covertly supported Germany, which had helped Franco win the Spanish Civil War.
no, Ireland was neutral.
Ireland is a neutral country.
Berlin, Germany and Rome, Italy were on the Axis side as was Madrid, Spain under Franco, though Spain remained neutral during the war.. Before invasion and occupation by the Nazis, Europe's capital cities were Paris, Amsterdam, Brussels, Luxemburg, Copenhagen, Prague, Belgrade, Budapest, Warsaw, Bucharest, Sofia, Athens, Tirana, Kaunas, Riga, Tallin, Helsinki, Oslo, and Vienna. They are the capitals of France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Denmark, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia, Poland, Romania, Bulgaria, Greece, Albania, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia… Read More
The Germans invaded and took over the following counties in this order: Poland, Danzig, Denmark, Norway, Luxembourg, Belgium, Holland, France (partial), Monaco, Yugoslavia and Greece (with the help of Italy), Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and The Soviet Union (partial). Germany's allies in Europe were Italy, Romania, Bulgaria, Hungary, Croatia, Slovakia (formerly a part of Czechoslovakia) and Finland. The Czech part of Czechoslovakia was a German protectorate (colony) called Bohemia and Moravia having been taken over in… Read More
The countries allied with Germany were the Axis Powers : Germany, Japan, and Italy (until 1943). They were also supported by Bulgaria and Romania (until 1944), by Hungary, and by Thailand (pro-Japanese occupation government). Spain, nominally neutral, covertly aided Germany.
Ireland is a neutral country and does not have any major enemies.
I think it was neutral. ___ In 1916 Romania went to war against Austria-Hungary and Germany.
They were all neutral in WWII. Ireland was a part of the UK in WWI and Portugal was eventually on the side of France and the UK in WWI south of Ireland
No. Ireland was neutral during World War II.
Most of the countries in Africa, some South American countries and a few Central American Countries. It is easier to show you who joined the war effort than to show you who did not join either the Allied Forces or the Axis Forces. Allied Nations Ethiopia · China · Czechoslovakia · Poland · United Kingdom · India · France · Australia · New Zealand · South Africa · Canada · Norway · Belgium · Netherlands… Read More
Romania was neutral and on both the Allies' and the Central Powers' sides at different times during WW1. When it started, Romania was neutral though it had been allied with the Central Powers during the 1800s. It joined the Allies after being promised conquered territories. After defeat by the Central Powers, it signed an armistice with them.
In total 35 countries fought in world war 2 but there were few neutral countries. Heres a list of them Allies Soviet Union United States United Kingdom China France Poland Canada Australia India Yugoslavia Greece Belgium Netherlands New Zealand Norway South Africa Brazil Mexico Czechoslovakia Mongolia Phillipines Axis Germany Japan Italy Hungary Romania Bulgaria Finland Thailand Iraq Manchukuo Italian Social Republic Italy Croatia Philippines Slovakia
Ireland was neutral. There was a lot of anti-English sentiment in Ireland though, and because of that, some people sympathized with the Nazis.
No. Ireland was neutral during the second world war.
Because Ireland was and still is a neutral country.
Neutral countries were Switzerland, Sweeden, Portugal, Spain, and Ireland
Ireland was neutral in World War 2.
Ireland was neutral, but a number of bombs were dropped in Ireland, and there were casualties. However, there were very few such incidents.
Neutral Second Answer: Allied Forces) Ethiopia · China · Czechoslovakia · Poland · United Kingdom · India · France · Australia · New Zealand · South Africa ·Canada · Norway · Belgium · Netherlands · Greece · Yugoslavia · Soviet Union · United States · Philippines · Mexico · Brazil Axis Forces) Bulgaria · Croatia · Finland · Germany · Hungary · Iraq · Italy · Italian Social Republic · Japan · Manchukuo · Romania… Read More
Switzerland, Ireland, Portugal, Spain and Sweden were the neutral countried during 1939 and beyond.
See the highlighted nations listed. These nations actually fought in the war and had war events happen in their nations. Spain, Norway, Ireland, and Switzerland were neutral nations but they did have both the Axis Forces and Allied Forces people in those nations doing various things. Allied Forces with the Big 3 Being the USA, UK and USSR Ethiopia · China · Czechoslovakia · Poland · United Kingdom · India · France ·Australia ·New Zealand… Read More
Countries in Europe not occupied by German In WWII: Britan (Allied) Iceland (Allied) Switzerland (Neutral) Sweden (Neutral) Ireland (Neutral) Spain (Neutral)
Ireland is a neutral country, so it has not been officially involved in any wars.
No, Germany invaded Poland. Ireland was not even in the war; they were neutral.
Japan and Italy. Italy, Japan, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Slovakia, Croatia, Finland & Vichy France. The Soviet Union sided with Hitler from 23 August 1939 to 22 June 1941. The following neutral countries assisted Germany, to varying degrees, during the war: Spain, Sweden & Switzerland.
Bulgaria was officially neutral during WW2 but relatively pro German. It had embassies from Soviet Russia and Germany. The Nazis had a commercial operation in Bulgaria to commercially mine Uranium, for Germany's nuclear weapons project during WW2
Ireland has an army but it is a neutral country.