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Because Ireland was not apart of England which the Germans never got to the point in World War 2.

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Q: Why did Ireland remain netural in world war 2?
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What does it mean to remain neutral?

To remain netural in world is not to take sides in war.


What countries were netural in World War 2?

Albania, Turkey


How did Ireland remain neutral?

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


Were Ireland unofficial allies of UK in World War 2?

Ireland was neutral in World War 2.


Did Ireland work with the Nazis during World War 2?

Ireland was one of the few countries which managed to remain neutral during World War 2. Some Irish sided with the Nazis, but many more joined the Allies despite any difference they might have had with the British.


How many people lived in Ireland before world war 1?

The last census of Ireland before World War I was in 1911. The population of Ireland then was 3,139,688.


Were there German troop in Ireland during the war?

No. Ireland was neutral during the second world war.


Was Ireland controlled by Germany in World War 2?

no, Ireland was neutral.


Was Ireland in World War 1 or World War 2?

Ireland was part of the British Empire during World War I so was technically part of the war, though many people did not support it while others joined the British Army. Ireland was neutral during World War II.


What countries did Ireland invade in World War 2?

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


Did Ireland fight in World War 2?

Eire (the Republic of Ireland) did not fight in World War 2. Northern Ireland, as a part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland fought on the Allied side.


Was Belfast Ireland in World War 2?

Belfast is in Northern Ireland, which, as it is part of the UK, was in World War 2.Northern Ireland did not, however, have conscription, even though Great Britain did.

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