Switzerland under Siege, 1939-1945: A Neutral Nation's Struggle for Survival.
Schelbert, Leo, editor.

Rockport, Maine: Picton Press, 2000. 1st edition. Very good hardcover in pictorial boards without dust jacket. Boards are lightly scuffed and lightly worn on the edges. Slight bump on lower right back corner of cover. 247 pages with illustrations, footnotes, 2 appendices (1. selected documents, 2. chronology of events 1938-1945), bibliography, list of contributors, and an index. A collection of eight essays on Switzerland during World War II and what it did to protect its neutrality. Includes essays on Allied bombing and Switzerland, Switzerland and trade, women and mobilization, and the Swiss armed forces. Very Good Hardcover (Item ID: 4510)


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