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What rights did the neutral countries had during war?


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2007-10-04 12:51:58
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They can tray with any nation as long that its not war materials.


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They may trade with other countries as long as it's not war material or war plans.

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Because it was in their own self interest.

They just didn't pick a side to fight for.

belgium, poland, and all those countries in between

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With respect, a country that fights in a war is notneutral.

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

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