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Target: Switzerland

By: Stephen Halbrook

Published: 1998

Sorry, I forgot to take a picture before loaning this book to my sister.

Anyway, this fascinating non-fiction piece is about the role Switzerland played in World War II as a neutral state, and as the only oasis of democracy in a Europe swallowed by totalitarianism.  It was a fantastic book, and made me want to move to Switzerland.  I am intrigued to continue studying the country to see how it has evolved over the last 70 years.

The book was well-written and interesting.  Informative, without  being dry.  I enjoyed it.

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