Swiss Armed Neutrality in World War IIBook - 1998
Countless books have been written on the military history of World War II, however astonishingly little information has appeared about the one country that stared the Nazis down and refused to become an accomplice to the horrors of the Third Reich. This book provides an objective, year-by-year account of Switzerland's military role in World War II, including her defensive strategies, details of Nazi invasion plans, and Switzerland's moral, material and humanitarian links to the Allies. Swiss neutrality in World War II has been criticized in recent years, but the country was entirely surrounded by Axis powers and managed, as revealed here, to render considerable assistance to the Allies.
Publisher: Rockville Centre, NY : Sarpedon, c1998
Branch Call Number: 940.53494 H129t 1998
Characteristics: xii, 320 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm