Come to think of it, the Swedish record in WWII wasn't entirely clean either - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Zev Davis
    • 12.07.10 | 15:28 (IDT)

    The Swedes like to talk about how the saved Danish Jewry, but they would want you to forget how they also saved the Nazis sympathizers from the Baltic States, or . . . allowed the free passage of German soldiers through their nation on their way to Norway, or the way they acted, or perhaps, did not act as the Russians invaded Finland, "taking Karelia", leaving her Eastern neighbor with the task of patriating 400,000 Finns who preferred to live in their own country. Did I forget how Swedish steel mills provided their neighbor to the South, Germany with steel, in the days when that nation's steel mills were disabled. The bottom line is that Sweden played both ends of the stick, playin' the good guy and asssisting the bad guy. They came out smelling like roses, and it seems more recently they smell like attar of roses.

    from the article: Jews reluctantly abandon Swedish city amid growing anti-Semitism
    First published 16:36 11.07.10 | Last updated 16:36 11.07.10
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