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What caused Germany to divide into different zones of occupation?
The Potsdam Conference. Russia, the UK, the US and France divided up Germany for its administration and occupation. ...
Asked in World War 2, Germany in WW2
What were the conditiond of Germany during the post war?
Do you mean 'condition of Germany' - or - 'conditions in Germany'? Germany was split into 4 zones - USA, GB, France, Russia. The country was in a dreadful state. - So bad that a soldier could have sex with a woman in exchange for just a bar of soap. ...
Asked in World War 2
Where were occupation zones established in World War 2?
There were 4 zones in Germany when the Allies occupied Germany. The Eastern Zone was occupied by Russia. It the Southern Zone was the US, in the Northen Zone was France and the western zone had Britain. ...
What four countries was Germany divided by after World War 2?
Germany was divided into occupation zones controlled by the UNITED STATES, UNITED KINGDOM, FRANCE, and the SOVIET UNION. ...
Asked in World War 2, Time Zones
How many zones was germany divided into after World War 2?
At the end of WWII Germany was divided into four military occupation zones by the Allied Powers and were controlled respectively by France, the United Kingdom (UK), the United States (US), and the Soviet Union (USSR). In 1949 the areas controlled by France, the UK and US were merged and became the Federal Republic of Germany, also known as West Germany. East Germany was controlled by the Soviet Union. ...
Asked in History of Germany
What was the federal republic of Germany?
At the end of the Second World War, Germany was divided into different zones, ruled over by different occupying powers. The Soviets blocked off their zone and established the German Democratic Republic - also known as East Germany. The zones occupied by the Americans, French, and British were established as the Federal Republic of Germany - also known as West Germany. ...
Asked in Cold War, Berlin Wall, Joseph Stalin
Why did Joseph Stalin build a wall in Berlin during the cold war?
After Wolrd War II, the Allied Forces broke Germany into occupation zones. Different countries would govern and denazify different zones while Germany remained one country. Russia had the eastern part of Germany which contained Berlin. Stalin controlled East Berlin, but West Berlin was divided between France, Britain and America. Stalin didn't want democratic influence in the middle of one of his communist puppet states. When his attempts to force the Western armies to leave failed, he surrounded West Berlin with a wall. ...
Asked in Germany in WW2
Was Germany divided into four zones and controlled by a different Allied country?
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 ...
How many zones was Germany and Berlin divided into?
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. ...
Asked in World War 2, D-Day, Winston Churchill
Why was the D day planned?
After 1943 they planned to defeat Germany by occupying France first moving to Normandy, to Western France, then of course the former Vichy zones moving to Paris, which the Germans lost France. Then to Belgium, where the Ardennes II is launched for the final gamble of Nazi Germany. ...