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History of Germany —90 Occupation zone borders in Germany, Bremen was an American enclave within the British zone. Berlin was a four-power area within the Soviet zone. On 4—11 February leaders from the United Statesthe United Kingdom and the Soviet Union held the Yalta Conference where future arrangements as regards post-war Europe and strategy against Japan in the Pacific were negotiated.
The conference agreed that post-war Germany would be divided into four occupation zones: Berlin was separately divided into four zones. These divisions were not intended to dismember Germany, only to designate zones of administration.
By the subsequent Potsdam Agreementthe four Allied Powers asserted joint sovereignty over 'Germany as a whole', defined as the totality of the territory within the occupation zones. Former German areas east of the rivers Oder and Neisse and outside of 'Germany as a whole' were separated from German sovereignty and transferred to Polish and Russian administration, their Polish and Russian status to be confirmed at a final Peace Treaty.
Following wartime commitments by the Allies to the governments-in-exile of Czechoslovakia and Polandthe Potsdam Protocols also agreed to the 'orderly and humane' transfer back to Germany as a whole of the ethnic German populations in Poland, Czechoslovakia and Hungary.
Eight million German expellees and refugees eventually settled in West Germany. Between andthree of the occupation zones began to merge. First, the British and American zones were combined into the quasi-state of Bizonia.
Soon afterwards, the French zone was included into Trizonia. In with the continuation and aggravation of the Cold War witness the Berlin Airlift of —49the two German states that were originated in the Western Allied and the Soviet Zones became known internationally as West Germany and East Germany.
In West Germany and East Germany jointly signed the Treaty on the Final Settlement With Respect to Germany ; by which transitional status of Germany following World War II was definitively ended, the Four Allied powers relinquished their joint residual sovereign authority for Germany as a whole, the two parts of Germany confirmed their post-war external boundaries as final and irreversible including the transfer of former German lands east of the Oder-Neisse lineand the Allied Powers confirmed their consent to German Reunification.
The former capital, Berlinhad been divided into four sectors, with the Western Allies joining their sectors to form West Berlinwhile the Soviets held East Berlin. West Berlin was completely surrounded by East German territory and had suffered a Soviet blockade in —49, which was overcome by the Berlin airlift.
Germany's partners in the Coal and Steel Community proposed to establish a European Defence Community EDCwith an integrated army, navy and air force, composed of the armed forces of its member states.
Though the EDC treaty was signed Mayit never entered into force. France's Gaullists rejected it on the grounds that it threatened national sovereignty, and when the French National Assembly refused to ratify it Augustthe treaty died.
The French Gaullists and communists had killed the French government's proposal.
Then other means had to be found to allow West German rearmament. West Germany was to be permitted to rearm an idea many Germans rejectedand have full sovereign control of its military, called the Bundeswehr.
The WEU, however, would regulate the size of the armed forces permitted to each of its member states. Also, Germans could reject military service on grounds of conscience, and serve for civil purposes instead. The three Western Allies retained occupation powers in Berlin and certain responsibilities for Germany as a whole.
Under the new arrangements, the Allies stationed troops within West Germany for NATO defense, pursuant to stationing and status-of-forces agreements. France withdrew from the collective military command structure of NATO in Reforms during the s[ edit ] Konrad Adenauer was 73 years old when he became chancellor, and for this reason he was initially reckoned as a caretaker.
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