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because much of thier income was generated by exporting iron, they continued to sell it to nazi soldiers

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Q: Why did Sweden remain neutral during world war 2?
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Why did Sweden remain neutral during world war 1?

There were no reason for Sweden to get involved in WWI


What did Sweden have to do with World War 1?

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


Is it possible for a European country to remain neutral during European conflict?

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.


Was Sweden occupied by the Nazis during World War 2?

No. Sweden was Neutral.


Did the Holocaust affect Sweden during World War 2?

Sweden was neutral in WW2.


Was Sweden a member of the allied powers?

Sweden was neutral during World War 2.


When did Sweden enter the World War 2?

It didn't. Sweden was neutral during World War 2.


Why did Germany allow Sweden to remain neutral during World War 2?

ok actually, Germany thought it would be better to keep production coming in from Sweden then waste time invading.


Did Spain remain neutral during world war 2?

no


Was Sweden occupied in world war 2 by Germans?

no Sweden was a neutral country during WW2


Was Sweden a neutral country during the world war 1?

Yes.


Did Sweden remain neutral during World War 2?

Because Sweden was north of all the European combat zones, they weren't in anyone's way, and were not attacked. It's easy to remain neutral as long as no one is attacking you. We can safely assume that if the Third Reich had won, they would in due course have gotten around to absorbing Sweden into their empire. Neutrality would not have protected Sweden from a victorious Reich, bent upon world domination.

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