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neutral country

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  • Whereas a belligerent soldier or aircraft landing in a neutral country is auto - matically interned, a warship may stay for twenty-four hours; and the period may be extended for certain reasons

    Graf Spee

  • Contraband goods consigned to a neutral country, but destined for the blockaded country, were to be regarded as subject to seizure on the ground that the passage through the neutral country was merely part of a continuous voyage into the blockaded country.

    Castles of Steel

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  • "'We're never going back to England,' Edgington said. 'Never, never, never, the war was a life-saver for the Conservatives, it solved the unemployment problem, and American banks have agreed to prop up the economy, so? They are going to keep this bloody war going as long as they can, they're even trying to get Turkey to join in.'
    'Turkey for Christmas?'
    It had always puzzled me as to how you got a neutral country to go to war. I mean, what did you say: 'Come on in. The war's lovely.'"
    - Spike Milligan, 'Mussolini: My Part In His Downfall.'

    April 19, 2009