Okay WWII buffs, I have a good one for you. It's only good because I don't know and ya'll might. I was listening to a Korean WWII history buff the other day and he said that Korean citizens had no real knowledge there was even a war going on until the Japanese started conscripting Korean males for warfare. They didn't have any clue that they had been taken over. Now, I know that the Euopean side of the war was a lot different than the above action but it still makes me wonder How the Heck did Switzerland stay neutral? Poland didn't want any part of being taken over but Hitler did it anyway. I am sure that other countries would have liked to opt out but Hitler was determined that they would be included in his bucket list. With Switzerland rubbing elbows with Germany how did the Swiss keep it's neutrality? My war was Vietnam so claiming ignorace about some aspects of WWII should be forgiven. I haven't read anything yet that totally satisfies my question but maybe you guys have a good answer.