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German–occupied Europe

German–occupied Europe refers to the countries of Europe which were occupied by the military forces of Nazi Germany at various times during World War II between 1939 and 1945.

Some countries started the war as Allies of the United Kingdom or the Soviet Union, and were forced to surrender, or were subdued and then occupied. In some cases, the governments went into exile, or governments-in-exile were formed by some of their citizens, in other Allied countries. Other countries occupied by the Nazis were officially neutral. Some occupied countries were former members of the Axis powers, and were occupied by German forces at a later stage of the war.

Occupied countries

The countries occupied included all or most of:

Country of
occupation
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Albania German occupation of Albania
Austria Anschluss
Belgium Belgium during World War II
Belorussian SSR Occupation of Belarus by Nazi Germany
Czechoslovakia Occupation of Czechoslovakia by Nazi Germany
Denmark Occupation of Denmark
Estonia Occupation of Estonia by Nazi Germany
Finland Military history of Finland during World War II
France Occupation of France by Nazi Germany
Greece Occupation of Greece by Nazi Germany
Guernsey Occupation of the Channel Islands
Italy Italian Social Republic
Jersey Occupation of the Channel Islands by Nazi Germany
Latvia Occupation of Latvia by Nazi Germany
Lithuania Occupation of the Baltic states by Nazi Germany
Luxembourg Occupation of Luxembourg by Nazi Germany
Monaco History of Monaco
The Netherlands German occupation of the Netherlands
Norway Occupation of Norway by Nazi Germany
Poland Occupation of Poland (1939–1945)
San Marino San Marino in World War II
Ukrainian SSR Reichskommissariat Ukraine
Yugoslavia Invasion of Yugoslavia

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