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Stephen C. Neff

the German war machine through much of the conflict. The position of Switzerland was the most instructive. The Swiss National Bank had been suspected during the conflict of acting as a conduit for gold looted by Germany from the occupied states. The Allied powers made a claim against Switzerland after the conflict for this form of alleged collaboration with Germany, which was settled in 1946 for a

in The rights and duties of neutrals