No, Finland was occupied by the USSR in 1941.
No, Finland is an indipendent state, member of EU and UN. it was occupied yes it was occupied because the Germans took it over mines is right because my teacher said
This is true. Finland allied with Germany in WW2 because Finns needed some support in their war against Soviet Union.
Yes. Finland was occupied by the nazis.
No part of Britain was ever occupied by the Germans.
Yes, Germany occupied Finland in 1941. ___ Finland was an Axis ally of Germany and was not occupied.
The Germans occupied it and the Allies attacked it.
No, it was occupied by the Japanese
Denmark was occupied by the Germans in WW2. This was a very benevolent occupation as King Christian X basically surrendered.
No, the Germans sent soldiers into the northern part of Finland's Lapland region while they were allied with Finland during the Continuation War. The Finns later fought and won a war against them to get them out of Lapland. But they were never occupied by Germany.
denmark, yes Norway, yes Finland, im not sure about but unless the Germans attacked Norway from boats, they had to go through Finland. unless Norway just up and surendered
During WW2 the Germans occupied almost the entire continent of Europe except for Spain and Portugal.
Denmark proper was occupied by the Germans on 9 April 1940.
Nope, Finland has never been occupied by Germany, not in the First World War or otherwise.
No , Finland was occupied by the Soviet Union for much of the war. If anything they were sympathetic to Germany on the grounds of "the enemy of my enemy is my friend"
Sweden was not, as it was neutral. Finland was not, but it was an ally of Germany. Germany obviously was occupied by Germany.
Western Poland was occupied by the Germans and Eastern Poland by the Soviet Union.
The Germans occupied.