During World War II, Liechtenstein remained neutral, while family treasures within the war zone were brought to Liechtenstein and London for safekeeping. At the close of the conflict, Czechoslovakia and Poland, acting to seize what they considered to be German possessions, expropriated the entirety of the Liechtenstein dynasty's hereditary lands and possessions in Bohemia, Moravia, and Silesia the princes lived in Vienna until the Anschluss of 1938. The expropriations included over 600 square miles of agricultural and forest land, also including several family castles and palaces. Citizens of Liechtenstein were also forbidden from entering Czechoslovakia during the Cold War.
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