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Switzerland was absolutely neutral always!, turkey, Finland,

You should also include the following: England, France, Belgium, Austria, Czechoslovakia. (Split in 1993) Germany was split in two with East Germany Communist and West Germany not Communist. Norway, Sweden.

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