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World War II neutral countries?


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2014-02-23 22:16:42
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Neutral countries were Switzerland, Sweeden, Portugal, Spain, and Ireland


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Yes. A number of European countries are neutral and were neutral during conflicts such as World War II. Ireland, Sweden and Switzerland are three such countries, and there are others.

Sweden was neutral during World War I. In addition, it was able to remain officially neutral throughout World War II.

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During the World War II period, the countries that most evidently threatened world peace were Germany and Japan. It was these two countries, in fact, that initiated the war by making unannounced attacks upon neutral countries and otherwise aggressively advancing their expansion to the detriment of their neighbors.

Ireland chose to be neutral and stuck to that policy during World War II, and it is still a neutral country.

Sweden was neutral in Word War II.

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To avoid being invaded. Also, going to war was bad for the economy, the country's morale and pointless if they didn't stand to gain anything.

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what was the percentage of bystanders who did what? percent is a measure of proportion, there needs to be another reference point. do you mean of the world's population? do you mean only of those involved in the Holocaust? but then you say World War II, so do you mean 'which countries were neutral in World War II?' the question is impossible to answer as it is.

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To rebuild Western European countries devastated by World War II

They wanted to stay and remain neutral at the beginning.

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