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What countries did Ireland invade in World War 2?


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2010-02-09 21:05:48
2010-02-09 21:05:48

Ireland was a neutral country in World War 2. So it was not directly involved in the war and did not invade any countries.

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Neutral countries were Switzerland, Sweeden, Portugal, Spain, and Ireland

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Ireland was a neutral country during World War II. It was weakened by its revolution twenty years before, political unrest and the partition. Ireland wouldn't join the allies because of its tense relations with Britain and they had no love for the Axis, clearly demonstrated by the fact that Hitler had a plan to invade Ireland.

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he was a man in world war 2 that led the Germans and Germany to conquer and invade other countries.

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Ireland was neutral throughout the War, and had a lively (minority) Nazi party which would turn out to be of great advantage to fleeing Nazi war criminals in the immediate post-War years. Invading Ireland would have been difficult (you have to go past the British Mainland) and pointless (Ireland was never at war with Germany). Why would you?

Hitler wanted to invade other countries because when the Germans lost the first world war they ended up losing alot of land to other countries as a punishment so they wanted to get it back basically.

World War Two is generally believed to have begun on 1st September 1939, with the invasion of Poland by Germany and subsequent declarations of war on Germany by France and most of the countries of the British Empire and Commonwealth.

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Because, like many other countries, Ireland was and still is a neutral country.

To neutral countries... or just somewhere safe like Ireland and such..

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