Between 1936 and 1940, Hitler took over 11 zones, three of which cover a single country. In 1936, the Germans re-occupied the Rhineland. In 1938, they took over Austria and the Sudetenland of Czechoslovakia. In 1939, they took over Bohemia and Moravia, both also part of Czechoslovakia, as well as Poland. Then, in 1940, they took over Norway, Denmark, Holland, Belgium, and France.
to keep countries between Germany and Soviet Union were under the Soviet Control.
Germany controlled 7 countries by the end of 1940.
Obviously, once Germany and Hitler were defeated, they controlled no countries. Not even Germany.
Uganda, Rwanda, Cameroon.
poland and france
No, Britain does not have control over Germany. Both countries - along with others - are members of the European Union.
Nazi Germany was under Nazi German control during the Holocaust.
In 1936, Germany only controlled Germany. It invaded Poland in 1939, starting World War 2, and then invaded France in 1940.
In 1936 Germany did not control any other country.In 1936, just Germany. Expansion started in 1938 with the annexation of Austria,
Germany did not control the neutral countries, even if they had some influence: * Sweden * Switzerland * Spain * Irish Republic * Portugal The did not control Britain and did not control all of the Soviet Union. German 'control' of Finland and Bulgaria was limited.
there were four countries that had control of a region of germany.russia zone was in the east part of germany,the british had control of the northern region,the united states had control of the southern region of germany,and the french had conrtol of a region in the east along there border with germany.
Used it to keep control and attack other countries
US, UK, USSR and France did control sectors
Germany went to war for many reasons. In WWII, they went to war because they wanted to control the countries surrounding Germany.
Berlin was divided between the US and the Soviet Union control at the end of WWII.
The Axis Powers Japan,Italy,Germany,Hungary,Romania,Bulgara,
democratic countries controled western Germany while communists took over eastern Germany
Poland, Czechoslovakia, East Germany, Austria, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania.
No. Germany and Japan have never exercised political or military control over one another. Germany was instrumental, though, in helping Japan to modernize and the two countries were strong allies in World War II.
Some countries that were under the control of Germany included Austria, Yugoslavia, France, Belgium, Denmark, Czechoslovakia, Netherlands, Greece, Poland, Norway, and many other European countries. The Germans also controlled parts of North Africa.
Line Of Control
Facism refers to a strict government that has a dictator who has the ultimate control and encourages on extreme racism and nationalism. The countries that were effected by fascism were Germany and Italy and countries taken over by Germany in world war 2.