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
Norse is a North Germanic language that was spoken by the people of Scandinavia during the Viking Age. The old Nordic countries were Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland,
Scandinavia is not a country. It consists of Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland. All of whom were neutral during the First World War.
The Germans occupied the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark and Norway during the second world war in 1940.
Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
The people that had invaded England from Denmark, Norway and Sweden are called The Vikings. This was during the 9th Century.
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
Denmark and Norway.
Ports and food and chemicals for war
During the play Claudius mentions numerous times that Norway would likely attack Denmark. Before the play, Denmark had taken much land from Norway and Hamlet Sr (Hamlet's father) killed the Norwegian King (Fortinbras' father). Technically though, Norway never attacks Denmark, but the two can be considered to be on the brinks of war. It should be noted Norway does attack and take land from Poland during the play.
The Five-Year Plans of Argentina is the state-planning strategy which happened during the first government of Juan Domingo Peron. Its trade agreements reached a number of countries and from 1947 to 1949, they reached Switzerland, Hungary, the Netherlands, Italy, Finland, Denmark, Brazil, Norway, and Sweden.
All I know so far is Denmark, Norway, and Poland
Poland, Holland, Switzerland, France, Norway
Norway was in union with Denmark 1319-1814 and with Sweden 1814-1905, and ruled by Germany for a few years during World War II.
spain, switzerland,netherlands,denmark,sweden and norway
Sweden, Norway, and Finland. Sweden was the only country in Europe, along with Switzerland, that was not taken over by the Nazis. Norway was invaded by Germany, and Finland was invaded by the Soviet Union.
Denmark was occupied by Germany during World War 2
They are all European countries that Germany had control in during World War II.
Switzerland and Spain, Denmark and Norway were neutral but Hitler brought them into the war
No, Germany did not occupy Finland. Finland and Germany were brothers in arms during WW2. When Finland was forced to resign to the Soviet Union, one of the demands were that the Finns should throw out the remaining German troops in Finland. The Germans slowly retreated back to Norway in what is called the "Lapland War".
The neutral powers were Albania, Denmark, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Sweden, and Switzerland.
Spain, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Switzerland, the Netherlands and Albania where all neutral during WW1
United Kingdom, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg, Norway, and Denmark.
It originated in Sweden, Norway, Iceland, Denmark, and the Faroe islands during the time period of the Vikings in the early Middle Ages.
Finland was on Finland's side. The Soviets invaded Finland in 1939. Finland allied with Germany for a while to fight the Soviets. The United Kingdom wanted to send help but could not get help through Nazi Norway and neutral Sweden. Finland did not persecute Jews and they refused to bomb Lenningrad.