13/02/1920 The League of Nations formally recognizes Swiss neutrality
Switzerland and Neutrality - WW2 War Stories
Why Is Switzerland Always Neutral?
Switzerland was not invaded during either of the world wars. Swiss neutrality was seriously questioned by the Grimm–Hoffmann Affair, but it was short-lived. Switzerland joined the League of Nations, which was based in Geneva, on condition that it was exempt from any military requirements.
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