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In the 1970s Britain and Iceland came close to a shooting war in the so called Cod War.

Using these stats (admittedly from some decades later) as a guide, Norway, Denmark and Spain also have significant fishing fleets. What was their attitude towards the dispute?

Incidentally Wikipedia's Cod Wars article lists West Germany as a "belligerent" on Britain's side but says nothing detailed about West Germany's involvement.

In the 1970s Britain and Iceland came close to a shooting war in the so called Cod War.

Using these stats (admittedly from some decades later) as a guide, Norway, Denmark and Spain also have significant fishing fleets. What was their attitude towards the dispute?

Incidentally Wikipedia's Cod Wars article lists Germany as a "belligerent" on Britain's side but says nothing detailed about Germany's involvement.

In the 1970s Britain and Iceland came close to a shooting war in the so called Cod War.

Using these stats (admittedly from some decades later) as a guide, Norway, Denmark and Spain also have significant fishing fleets. What was their attitude towards the dispute?

Incidentally Wikipedia's Cod Wars article lists West Germany as a "belligerent" on Britain's side but says nothing detailed about West Germany's involvement.

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What was the attitude of the other European countries in the 1970s Cod War?

In the 1970s Britain and Iceland came close to a shooting war in the so called Cod War.

Using these stats (admittedly from some decades later) as a guide, Norway, Denmark and Spain also have significant fishing fleets. What was their attitude towards the dispute?

Incidentally Wikipedia's Cod Wars article lists Germany as a "belligerent" on Britain's side but says nothing detailed about Germany's involvement.