Russian Zone


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Russian Zone

n
(Placename) another name for the Soviet Zone
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His German proved crucial while serving with the Control Commission in Berlin, when he accidentally wandered into the Russian Zone at a time when tension between the former allies was high.
He was an interpreter at the Nuremberg trials, which was an achievement for someone from a small rural village." His German proved crucial while he was at the Control Commission in Berlin, when he accidentally wandered into the Russian zone at a time when tension between the former allies was high.
The end of the war sees the camp closed but this part of Germany is in the Russian zone and aspects of the end of the war that are rarely covered in stories are considered here.
For his part, Chairman of the Russian Group Metprom, Stel Lomachenko, pointed out his group's eagerness to expand in the Egyptian market during this period in light of the current investment climate and huge investment opportunities, especially in the Suez Canal economic zone and the Russian Zone in particular.
Another memory, I was detailed to take two officers to RAF Gatow in Berlin which was in the Russian zone.
There should be foreign missions to target specific companies and expand the establishment of economic zones developed by certain countries such as the Russian zone. There should also be a Chinese and a Korean zone, so the companies of these countries will develop and attract their companies in various fields to work in these areas.
NATO's steady ingress in former Russian zone of influence and shift in its antagonist's strategy to contain China's rise has made Moscow and Beijing natural allies, who, at least temporarily, have set aside their bilateral pugnacity.
They managed to get as far as the Russian zone in eastern Poland but were sent to Siberia in cattle truck trains as suspected enemy aliens.
Once she was arrested by Soviet troops for straying into Germany's Russian zone. Nigel doesn't know what she was doing there.
"We were ferrying the planes that were empty, and we flew over the Russian zone. The Russians were sending up flares to keep us high," he says.
Under this treaty, Persia was divided up between a northern Russian zone, a central neutral zone governed by a Shah, and a southern British zone.

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