Oder River

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Noun1.Oder River - a European river; flows into the Baltic Sea
Deutschland, FRG, Germany, Federal Republic of Germany - a republic in central Europe; split into East Germany and West Germany after World War II and reunited in 1990
Poland, Polska, Republic of Poland - a republic in central Europe; the invasion of Poland by Germany in 1939 started World War II
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According to data released by the consortium, the phosphorous temporarily released from the seabed during the eight months of construction is less than 5 percent of what the Oder river deposits every year in the Baltic or what a winter storm season releases from the seabed.
The Soviets troops reduced the enemyAEs ranks, crossed the Oder River, and surrounded the defenders of Berlin, before driving westward to link up with the Western allies in central Germany.
packs of abortion pills from Frankfurt an den Oder across the Oder river border separating Germany and Poland.
For instance, in 2003 a common action resulted in creating the project of "European Garden 2003" on the island nearby the German side of the Oder River in Frankfurt, which aimed at "bringing the two cities back to the river front and constructing a common city space" (Stryjakiewicz, Tolle 2009).
On Germany's eastern border, an enormous Soviet army stood along the Oder River. On the opposite side of the country, a mighty Anglo-American force had massed at the Rhine River, western boundary of the German heartland.
Noble (a historian in the UK's Foreign and Commonwealth Office) presents a revised version of his doctoral thesis, "Propaganda, Morale and Flight: Germany's eastern provinces, summer 1944-spring 1945, which examines relations between the German public east of the Oder river in the regions of East Prussia, eastern Pomerania, east Brandenburg, and Silesia and local Nazi officials, as well as the short-term fates of those who fled and/or were expelled from these regions as Nazi Germany fell.
8 May 2009--Week of Europe 2008--a meeting and conversation with students from the 3rd and 4th year of the Karl Liebknecht high school in Frankfurt on the Oder River on the subject of Macedonia and the European Union.
Implicit in the Buchanan thesis is the assumption that Hitler, having subjugated all of Europe east of the Oder River, might have left Western Europe's democracies alone.
The German-Polish border along the Oder River was always one of the nastiest.