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Was a buffer zone created between the US and western Europe in regard to postwar Germany?

The dividing line between the Soviets and US/allies.


When did hitler invade Rhineland?

Germans have occupied the Rhineland for a considerable length of time! I suspect that the question should be "When did Germany remilitarize the Rhineland?", the answer being 1936. The Rhineland had been made into a demilitarised zone after the Great War, under the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, 1919. Germany had political control of this area, but was not allowed to put any troops into it. In 1936, Hitler ordered troops to re-enter the Rhineland, thus breaking the terms of the treaty.


Why was the Rhineland important?

The Rhineland, that is the area of Germany between the Rhine river & the Holland, Belgium, French border was designated to be occupied by allied forces after WW1. They were supposed to be there until 1935 but were withdrawn in 1930. It was to be a demilitarised buffer zone. General Guderian was quoted after the war (WW2) that Germany would have been powerless to oppose an allied intervention when Hitler marched a couple of divisions in, & the likelyhood would have been the removal of Hitler as chancellor at that time ! Hindsight is such a wonderful attribute !


Which country served as a buffer zone between france and britain?

I think of a buffer zone as a geological area which is physically located between two antagonistic countries, and it may or may or may not be another country. In the case of France and Britain, it was not. It was the English Channel.


Why did it take so many countries to defeat germany?

There was really only Britain and the Soviets Fighting with half the American army because the Americans were also fighting in the pacific. Also Germany had a lot of men and used the blitzkrieg tactic which helped Germany take over almost all of Eastern Europe and France, so they had a large buffer zone to keep the enemy forces out of Berlin.

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What was the buffer zone between France and Germany?

Belgium


What was the intent OS the buffer zone created by the Soviet Union at the beginning of the cold war?

The buffer zone was created by the Soviet Union between them and Germany because after being attacked and destroyed by Germany twice they were terrified of it happening again so the zone was there to protect them by having Communist countries in the way.


Was a buffer zone created between the US and western Europe in regard to postwar Germany?

The dividing line between the Soviets and US/allies.


Did stalin get a buffer zone between the soviet union and europe?

He did get his buffer zone, but it fell over the years


What is called buffer zone?

It is, for example, a buffer zone between two hostile nations that serves to prevent conflict


What is a good sentence for the word buffer zone?

the ozone layer is our buffer zone between the us and the harmfull rays of the sun.


Which state was not a buffer zone between the North and the South?

Which state was not a buffer zones between the North and the South


When did Hitler march his troops into the Rhineland?

On March 7, 1936, Hitler's military forces entered the Rhineland. This violated the terms of the Treaty of Versailles, agreed to at the end of World War I. Under that Treaty, although the Rhineland was still part of Germany, it was required to be a demilitarized zone, to provide a buffer between the armies of Germany and the countries of Western Europe, such as France and Belgium, which had suffered greatly in the First World War. More than 32,000 German soldiers and armed policemen crossed into the Rhineland, yet the then-powers of Western Europe, France and England, took no action against this violation of the Treaty.


What was the main goal of the Soviet Union after World War 2?

The main goal was to create a buffer zone between the Soviet Union and Western Europe


What is a buffer zone?

The Soviet Union wanted to spread Communism in Eastern Europe and create a "buffer zone" of friendly governments as defense against any attacks, whether by the Capitalists or by Germany.


What does buffer zone mean?

The Soviet Union wanted to spread Communism in Eastern Europe and create a "buffer zone" of friendly governments as defense against any attacks, whether by the Capitalists or by Germany.


What is the buffer of land between North and South Korea?

the buffer is called DMZ also known as De-Military Zone.