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English: Map of Europe, with pre-WW2 borders, showing the extension of Nazi Germany's GENERALPLAN OST worked out 1940-1942.

Legend: Dark grey – Germany (Deutsches Reich). Dotted black line – the extension of detailed plans of a second ”phase of settlement” (Siedlungsphase). Light grey – the greatest extension of Generalplan Ost. The names in blue - nazi regions called Reichskommissariat : Ostland (1941-1945), Ukraine (1941-1945), Moskowien (never realized), Kaukasien (never realized).

The map is based on texts and graphics on Deutsches Forschungsgemainschaft: Der Generalplan Ost der Nationalsozialisten,
Date 10 April 2011
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Author Lihagen
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