International Security

The economics of neutral countries during World War 2

To ensure their survival, neutral states used economic concessions to the belligerents during World War 2. Image: REUTERS/Brendan McDermid

Eric Golson

Senior Teaching Fellow, School of Economics, University of Surrey


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