Economic Weapons in the European War

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The Military Importance of Economic Power

Behind The Scenes of the war in Europe a vital struggle is taking place for trade with the nations which are still neutral. Despite Winston Churchill's appeal to the neutrals to become belligerents, the economic resources of the Scandinavian and South European countries are more important than their possible military participation. If the Maginot and Siegfried lines are as impregnable as is generally supposed, the outcome of the war may depend on Germany's ability to nullify the British naval blockade ...

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