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Bloke goes up a tower on the first ridge of the Jura mountains to brave the wind a...
Bloke goes up a tower on the first ridge of the Jura mountains to brave the wind and discuss on a rather superficial level a number of geographic and economic factors that affected Switzerland in worlds wars 1 and 2.
Earlier video where I touched on some of these topics:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZtnwyTICTx4
Keywords:ww1 ww2, switzerland swiss neutrality geography economy economic world war
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