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The Roosevelt Plan was a plan for the occupation of Germany after World War II. Proposed by Franklin D. Roosevelt, the proposal was for Germany (as defined according to its border immediately prior to the Munich Agreement) to be partitioned. East Prussia would be divided between Poland and the Soviet Union. Two temporary international zones would be created, one bordering France and the other bordering Belgium and the Netherlands. The remainder of Germany would be divided into six nations: Austria, Bavaria, Hanover, Hesse, Prussia, and Saxony.
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