Sweden was not, as it was neutral. Finland was not, but it was an ally of Germany. Germany obviously was occupied by Germany.
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 following the German invasion of Russia in 1941, and German forces were present in Finland on that basis, particularly in the far north.AnswerFinland 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. AnswerShort version: Yes, no,yes,no and yes. it was occupied yes it was occupied
Many countries declared neutrality in World War II; some of these neutral countries were occupied and/or annexed by Germany (e.g. Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, Norway), and others were left alone (e.g. Sweden, Spain, Switzerland). The reasons why some countries were left alone are complex, but in general it's simply because the neutral countries were more useful to Germany as independent countries than as occupied countries. Occupying a country requires a lot of manpower and money, as well as resources, so it's cheaper not to occupy a country if you don't have to. Sweden was surrounded by German-occupied Norway on the west and German-allied Finland on the east (the Finns were forced to ally with Germany because the Soviet Union kept invading them in an attempt to annex Finland). South of Sweden was German-occupied Denmark, Germany proper, and German-occupied Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia. So, Sweden was completely surrounded by Germany--there was no reason for Germany to occupy Sweden, too. Sweden also granted Germany certain rights in order to maintain its independence. For instance, Sweden allowed German war materiel to be transported from Germany to Norway and to Finland via Sweden; for this and other reasons, some argue that Sweden really collaborated with the Germans and was not neutral, properly speaking.
The Allies:AustraliaBelgium (Occupied by Germany from 1940-1945)CanadaChinaCzechoslovakia (Occupied by Germany from 1939-1945)Finland (1945)France (Occupied by Germany from 1940-1945)Greece (Occupied by Germany and Italy 1941-1944)IndiaNorway (Occupied by Germany 1940-1945)Poland (Occupied by Germany 1939-1945)United KingdomUnited StatesSoviet UnionYugoslaviaThe Axis:Finland (From 1939-1945)Vichy France (July 1940-August 1944)GermanyHungaryItalyKorea (Occupied by Japan 1905-1945)JapanRomania
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