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
All of those except Sweden were 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
Yes. But not all of it.no it wasnt.Yes Norway was occupied by Germany in World War 2. Trust me this is real, I had to do a report on Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Poland, and Germany.
Yes, Germany attacked Norway and Denmark on the 9. April 1940.
The German Nazis occupied Norway, Finland, Poland but not Sweden. Sweden was a neutral nation and did not have resources Hitler wanted.
Blitzkrieg was a war tactic used by Hitler to strike and occupy areas quickly. Norway was occupied by Germany but Finland was not. Thus there was no blitzkrieg with Finland.
Denmark and Norway.
The Germans occupied the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Norway during the second world war in 1940.
Germany attacked & occupied Denmark beginning 4:15am on April 9, 1940. This was done as part of the German invasion of Norway. Germany needed air bases in Denmark to support its simultaneous invasion of Norway.
Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Finland AND Iceland are known as the Nordic countries Norway, Sweden and Denmark are known as Scandinavia Norway, Sweden, Denmark and Finland don't have a collective name.
Yes. Norway was occupied by Germany in World War II.
Germany: Berlin Poland: Warsaw Finland: Helsimki Norway: Oslo Sweden: Stockholm Denmark: Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Oslo, Helsinki, Warsaw and Berlin.
Norway and Sweden boarder: Russia and Finland, while Denmark boarders Germany
Germany occupied many nations during WWII, including France, Denmark, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Poland and Norway.
Denmark, Norway, Finland, Russia, Lithuania, Estonia, Latvia and Germany. However all but Norway and Finland are separated from Sweden by the Baltic sea.
Denmark was occupied as a result of Weserubung, the invasion of Norway. This is in April 1940. It would remain so until 1945.
By land, Norway and Finland.By bridge & tunnel over sea, Denmark.By sea, Germany, Poland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania and Russia.Denmark, Norway and Finland.
Finland was invaded by Germay in 1940, germany also invaded denmark, norway, belgium, Netherlands, Luexburg, and France in that same year. ____ No. Finland was an ally of Nazi Germany.
Yes, Germany was occupied by the Nazis in World War II, and so were Denmark, Norway, Finland, Poland, and Germany.+++The Nazis did not "invade" Germany: they were German, albeit coming to power in underhand ways and ruling their own country as a dictatorship.
Russia, Canada, U.S.A., Norway, Sweden, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, Denmark, and Germany.
England, Scotland, Northern Germany, The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, and Finland.
Denmark and Norway were occupied by Nazi Germany in 1940 and remained so until liberated in 1945. Finland was attacked by the Soviet Union before Russia and Germany went to war and, although she put up a good fight, was forced to make concessions to the Soviets and had to maintain a careful neutrality for the rest of the war. Even thought Finland "won" the continuation war, peace treaty made Soviet Union winner because Finland was fighting with German