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German-occupied Europe
Europe
refers to the sovereign countries of Europe which were occupied and civil occupied including puppet government by the military forces and the government of Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany
at various times between 1939 and 1945, during and shortly before World War II, generally administered by the Nazi regime.[1] The farthest east in Europe
Europe
the German Wehrmacht managed to occupy was the town of Mozdok
Mozdok
in the Soviet Union; the farthest north was the settlement of Barentsburg
Barentsburg
in the Kingdom of Norway; the farthest south in Europe
Europe
was the island of Gavdos
Gavdos
in the Kingdom of Greece; and the farthest west in Europe
Europe
was the island of Ushant
Ushant
in the French Republic.

Contents

1 Background 2 Occupied countries

2.1 Governments in exile

2.1.1 Allied governments in exile 2.1.2 Axis governments in exile 2.1.3 Neutral governments in exile

3 See also 4 References 5 Bibliography 6 External links

Background[edit] Several German-occupied countries initially entered World War II
World War II
as Allies of the United Kingdom[2] or the Soviet Union.[3] Some were forced to surrender before outbreak of the war such as Czechoslovakia;[4] others like Poland
Poland
(invaded on 1 September 1939)[1] were conquered in battle and then occupied. In some cases, the legitimate governments went into exile, in other cases the governments-in-exile were formed by their citizens in other Allied countries.[5] Some countries occupied by Nazi Germany were officially neutral. Others were former members of the Axis powers
Axis powers
that were occupied by German forces at a later stage of the war.[6][7]

Occupied countries[edit] The countries occupied included all, or most of the following:

Country or territory of occupation

Puppet state(s) or military administration(s)

Timeline of occupation(s)

German annexed or occupied territory

Resistance movement(s)

Albanian Kingdom

Albanian Kingdom

8 September 1943  – 29 November 1944

None

Albanian resistance

Guernsey
Guernsey
Alderney & Sark

Military Administration in France

30 June 1940  – 9 May 1945

None

Guernseyian resistance

Jersey

Military Administration in France

1 July 1940  – 9 May 1945

None

Jerseyian resistance

Czechoslovak Republic

Czecho-Slovak Republic

Czechoslovak Republic

Slovak Republic

German Zone of Protection in Slovakia

1 October 1938  – 11 May 1945

Gau Bayreuth
Gau Bayreuth
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia
Reichsgau Niederdonau Reichsgau Oberdonau
Reichsgau Oberdonau
Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Sudetenland

Czechoslovakian resistance

Federal State of Austria

None, see Anschluss

12 March 1938  – 9 May 1945

Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Kärnten Reichsgau Niederdonau
Reichsgau Niederdonau
Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Oberdonau Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Salzburg Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Steiermark Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Tirol-Vorarlberg Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Wien

Austrian resistance

Free City of Danzig

None

1 September 1939  – 9 May 1945

Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Danzig-West Prussia

Danzigian resistance

French Republic

Free France

Provisional Government of the French Republic

French State

Military Administration in Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France

Military Administration in France

Realm Commissariat of Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France

10 May 1940  – 9 May 1945

Gau Baden
Gau Baden
Gau Westmark
Gau Westmark
Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Wallonien

French resistance

Luxembourg

Military Administration of Luxembourg

Civil Administration Area of Luxembourg

10 May 1940  – February 1945

Gau Moselland

Luxembourg
Luxembourg
resistance

Italian Islands of the Aegean

Italian Islands of the Aegean

8 September 1943  – 8 May 1945

None

Belgium

Military Administration in Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France

Realm Commissariat of Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France

10 May 1940  – February 1945

Gau Cologne-Aachen Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Wallonien

Belgian resistance

Denmark

protectorate state

9 April 1940  – 5 May 1945

None

Danish resistance

Kingdom of Greece

Military Administration in Greece Hellenic State

6 April 1941  – 8 May 1945

None

Greek resistance

Kingdom of Hungary

Kingdom of Hungary

Government of National Unity

19 March 1944  – May 1945

None

Hungarian resistance

Kingdom of Italy

Italian Social Republic

Operational Zone of the Adriatic Littoral Operational Zone of the Alpine Foothills

8 September 1943  – 2 May 1945

None

Italian resistance

Norway

Realm Commissariat for the Occupied Norwegian Territories

National Government

9 April 1940  – 8 May 1945

None

Norwegian resistance

Netherlands

Reich Commissariat for the Occupied Dutch Territories

10 May 1940  – 20 May 1945

None

Dutch resistance

Kingdom of Yugoslavia

Albanian Kingdom

German occupied territory of Montenegro

Independent State of Croatia

German zone of influence

Independent State of Macedonia

Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia

Commissioner Government Government of National Salvation

6 April 1941  – 15 May 1945

Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Kärnten Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Steiermark

Yugoslav resistance

Monaco

None

8 September 1943  – 3 September 1944

None

Finland

None

15 September 1944  – 25 April 1945

None

Finnish resistance

Republic of Lithuania

Provisional Government of Lithuania

Reich Commissariat East

22 March 1939  – 21 July 1940

23 June 1941  – 5 August 1941

Gau East Prussia

Lithuanian resistance

Republic of Poland

Military Administration in Poland

General Government
General Government
administration

Reich Commissariat East

Reich Commissariat Ukraine

1 September 1939  – 9 May 1945

Bezirk Bialystok
Bezirk Bialystok
Gau East Prussia
Gau East Prussia
Gau Niederschlesien
Gau Niederschlesien
General Government Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Danzig-West Prussia Reichsgau
Reichsgau
Wartheland

Polish resistance

San Marino

None

17 September 1944  – 20 September 1944

None

Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia

Commissioner Government

Government of National Salvation

April 30, 1941  – January 1945

None

Serbian resistance

Slovak Republic

German Zone of Protection in Slovakia

23 March 1939  – May 1945

None

Slovakian resistance

Territory of the Saar Basin

None

1 March 1935  – April 1945

Gau Palatinate-Saar Gau Saar-Palatinate Gau Westmark

Saar Basinian resistance

Ukrainian National Government

Reich Commissariat Ukraine

30 June 1941  – September 1941

General Government

Ukrainian resistance

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Lepel Republic

Military Administration in the Soviet Union

Lokot Autonomy

Reich Commissariat East

Reich Commissariat Ukraine

22 June 1941  – 10 May 1945

Bezirk Bialystok
Bezirk Bialystok
General Government

Soviet resistance

Governments in exile[edit] Allied governments in exile[edit]

Government in exile

Capital in exile

Timeline of exile

Occupier(s)

Austrian Democratic Union

London

1941 – 1945

German Reich/Greater German Reich

Free France

London(1940 – 1941) Algiers, French Algeria(1942 – August 31, 1944)

1940 – August 31, 1944

French State German Reich/Greater German Reich Military Administration in Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France Reich Commissariat of Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France

Government of the Republic of Poland
Poland
in exile

Paris(September 29/30, 1939 – 1940) Angers, French Republic(1940 – June 12, 1940) London(June 12, 1940 – 1990)

September 29/30, 1939 – December 22, 1990

German Reich/Greater German Reich Reich Commissariat East Reich Commissariat Ukraine Slovak Republic Union of Soviet Socialist Republics People's Republic of Poland

Belgium

London(October 22, 1940 – September 8, 1944)

October 22, 1940 – September 8, 1944

German Reich/Greater German Reich Military Administration in Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France Reich Commissariat of Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France

Denmark

1943 – 1945

German Reich/Greater German Reich

Luxembourg

London

1940 – 1944

German Reich/Greater German Reich

Kingdom of Greece

Cairo, Egypt

April 29, 1941 – October 12, 1944

German Reich/Greater German Reich Kingdom of Italy Kingdom of Bulgaria

Norway

London

June 7, 1940 – May 31, 1945

Reich Commissariat for the Occupied Norwegian Territories

Kingdom of Yugoslavia

London

June 7, 1941 – March 7, 1945

Albanian Kingdom Commissioner Government German occupied territory of Montenegro German Reich/Greater German Reich Government of National Salvation Independent State of Croatia Independent Macedonia Kingdom of Bulgaria Kingdom of Hungary Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia

Netherlands

London

1940 – 1945

Reich Commissariat for the Occupied Dutch Territories

Provisional Government of Czechoslovakia

Paris(October 2, 1939 – 1940) London(1940 – 1941) Aston Abbotts, United Kingdom
United Kingdom
of Great Britain and Northern Ireland(1941 – 1945)

October 2, 1939 – April 2, 1945

German Reich/Greater German Reich Kingdom of Hungary Slovak Republic

Axis governments in exile[edit]

Government in exile

Capital in exile

Timeline of exile

Occupier(s)

Kingdom of Bulgaria

Vienna, Greater German Reich

September 16, 1944 – May 10, 1945

Kingdom of Bulgaria Kingdom of Greece Kingdom of Yugoslavia

French State

Sigmaringen, Greater German Reich

1944 – April 22, 1945

Provisional Government of the French Republic

Kingdom of Hungary

Vienna, Greater German Reich

Munich, Greater German Reich

March 28/29, 1945 – May 7, 1945

Czechoslovak Republic Kingdom of Hungary Kingdom of Romania Kingdom of Yugoslavia

Kingdom of Romania

Vienna, Greater German Reich

1944 – 1945

Kingdom of Romania

Montenegrin State Council

Zagreb, Independent State of Croatia

Summer of 1944 – May 8, 1945

Kingdom of Yugoslavia

Slovak Republic

Kremsmünster, Great-German Reich

April 4, 1945 – 8 May 1945

Czechoslovak Republic

Neutral governments in exile[edit]

Government in exile

Capital in exile

Timeline of exile

Occupier(s)

Belarusian Democratic Republic

Prague, Czechoslovak Republic(1923 – 1938)

Prague, Czecho-Slovak Republic(1938 – 1939)

Prague, German Reich/Greater German Reich(1939 – 1945)

1919 – present

German Reich/Greater German Reich Realm Commissariat East Realm Commissariat Ukraine Republic of Poland Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Republic of Estonia

Stockholm, Kingdom of Sweden(1944 – August 20, 1991)

New York City, United States
United States
of America

June 17, 1940 – August 20, 1991

Realm Commissariat East Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Ukrainian People's Republic

Warsaw, Republic of Poland(1920 – 1939)

Prague, German Reich/Greater German Reich(1939 – 1944)

1920 – August 22, 1992

German Reich/Greater German Reich Kingdom of Hungary Kingdom of Romania Realm Commissariat Ukraine Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

See also[edit] Drang nach Osten
Drang nach Osten
("The Drive Eastward") Lebensraum
Lebensraum
("Living Space") Neuordnung
Neuordnung
("New Order") Areas annexed by Nazi Germany Pan-Germanism References[edit]

^ a b Encyclopædia Britannica, German occupied Europe. World War II. Retrieved 1 September 2015 from the Internet Archive.

^ Prazmowska, Anita (1995-03-23). Britain and Poland
Poland
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^ Moorhouse, Roger (2014-10-14). The Devils' Alliance: Hitler's Pact with Stalin, 1939-1941. Basic Books. ISBN 9780465054923.

^ Goldstein, Erik; Lukes, Igor (2012-10-12). The Munich
Munich
Crisis, 1938: Prelude to World War II. Routledge. ISBN 9781136328329.

^ Conway, Martin; Gotovitch, José (2001-08-30). Europe
Europe
in Exile: European Exile Communities in Britain 1940-45. Berghahn Books. ISBN 9781782389910.

^ Hanson, Victor Davis (2017-10-17). The Second World Wars: How the First Global Conflict Was Fought and Won. Basic Books. ISBN 9780465093199.

^ Cornelius, Deborah S. (2011). Hungary in World War II: Caught in the Cauldron. Fordham Univ Press. ISBN 9780823233434.

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Europe
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(Oxford University Press. 1954) 362pp.) External links[edit] Map of Europe
Europe
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Belgium
and Northern France France German Zone of Protection in Slovakia Greece Luxembourg Poland Soviet Union Territory of the Military Commander in Serbia Operational Zones Adriatic Littoral Alpine Foothills Puppet states Albanian Kingdom Commissioner Government French State German occupied territory of Montenegro Government of National Salvation Hellenic State Independent State of Croatia Independent State of Macedonia Italian Social Republic Kingdom of Hungary Lepel Republic Lokot Autonomy National Government Slovak Republic ReichskommissariatsFounded Belgium
Belgium
and Northern France Netherlands Norway Ostland Ukraine Planned Caucasus Don–Volga Moscow Turkestan Related Areas annexed by Nazi Germany

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