The U.S.S.R, The Unites States of America, Great Britain and France.
USSR, USA, UK, and France
Under JCS 1067, The Commanders in Chief of the four Allied powers that occupied Germany after 1945.
It wasn't really "occupied" it was more captured and divided into 4 areas which individually was controlled by the US, USSR, Great Britain and France.
Immediately after WWII, the German capitol of Berlin was divided into four sectors, each occupied by one of the four major allied powers (the Soviet Union, the United States, the United Kingdom and France).
Germany was Divided into what they call the Four Powers: The United States, Britain, France and The Soviet Union. But soon they lost power and all they had left was two countries and they decided to keep it divided into just two. Now they call it East Germany and West Germany.
Yes. Germany was split up by the four major Allied Powers; the U.S., France, Great Britain, and the Soviet Union; at the end of the Second World War. Berlin was also split up by the four major Aliied Powers.Here is a link to a picture of the occupied zones:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Map-Germany-1945.svg
After World War 2 Germany was occupied by the Soviet Union, the United States, Great Britian, and France
At the end of WW II in 1945, Germany was occupied by the four allied powers, England, France, Russia, and the US. The Russian sector became East Germany and the British, French, and American sectors were merged to become West Germany. In 1989 the two nations were re-unified to become Germany again.
at the Potsdam Conference the Allied leaders divided Germany into four parts
In 1945 Germany was divided into four zones, run by Britain, France, the US and the Soviet Union. Berlin, which lay inside the Soviet Zone, was divided into four sectors (run by the same powers). From 1947 onwards the Western zones co-operated and came together for many purposes and in 1948-49 Germany split into East and West. In principle, Berlin continued to have a special status, but also split into East and West.
GERMANY was divided into the Soviet Zone, American Zone, British Zone and French Zone. THE City of Berlin was also divided between zones controlled by the same four powers.
Who occupied Germanyapex= rhineland Yes, Germany was occupied by Germany during World War 2. It was not until after the war that Germany was split into four parts. Britain, France, The United States, and the Soviet Union each got a piece of Germany.
Germany was divided into four zones and Berlin into four sectors controlled by the four main Allied powers in Europe. the 4 allies were france, GB, USA and USSR
It was the Yalta Conference. Not Potsdam.
Germany and Berlin were divided into four parts.
It was split into 4 sections because it was split amongst the four allied powers: Russia, France, England, and th United States. Which is also why it was not incorporated into east Germany. France, England and the United States sections unified to become West Germany.
UK, USA, France, Russia.
Germany was divided into two zones (East & West) at the end of WWII. The city of Berlin was divided into four zones or sectors.
After World War II, both Germany and Berlin were divided into 4 zones. Incorrect ! Germany was divided into 2 countries, West and East Germany. Berlin was divided into four zones.
They divided Berlin into 4 zones not Germany, Germany was divided into east and west Germany simply due to the hostility of the USSR and western countries keen to keep eastern Europe non communist and vice versa for the USSR. Berlin being in the USSR's half was divided into 4 zone as being the capital it was a important economic and political symbol for Germany, it would be unfair to give it all to one country. Therefore it was divided into 4 zones, among the four "super powers": France, Britain, America and the USSR
Germany was divided into four zones.
Germany was divided into four zones.