Who were sweden's allies in world war 2?

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  • During World War II, Finland supported Germany . In support of Finland's cause, Sweden released over 8,000 Swede soldiers to fight in Finland when the Germans pleaded for help to fight against the Soviet Union. Helping Finland meant that they indirectly supported Nazi Germany and its allies.
  • Only eight other European nations were able, like Sweden, to maintain this stance throughout the entire war; these were Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Switzerland , and the microstates of Andorra, Liechtenstein, Vatican City, and San Marino .

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Sweden was officially "neutral" during WWII, but its government was informally friendly with Germany.AnswerSweden was neutral but to stay out of WWII they had to give into several German demands, it also did what it could to help the allies and its neighbouring countries, for example nearly every danish Jew escaped to Sweden and Sweden also supplied the norwegian resistance with weapons. Denmark also had its own army brigade,airforce and navy set up in Sweden.AnswerSweden was neutral during WWI, however we did trade with the Germans but the allies stopped a large percent of the swedish trade with Germany and this caused food shortage in Sweden

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