Why did Germany emerge zoned, & then partitioned, following WWII?

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History

 

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November 22, 2011

 

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At Yalta, Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill agreed that their zones would be just zones of a greater Germany, and not a stepping stone to separate states or nations. Economic trade was established in order to keep the zones in touch with each other, as there were plans to keep Germany as a single economic unit, and the Allied Control Council was the respective political connection...
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At Yalta, Stalin, Roosevelt and Churchill agreed that their zones would be just zones of a greater Germany, and not a stepping stone to separate states or nations. Economic trade was established in order to keep the zones in touch with each other, as there were plans to keep Germany as a single economic unit, and the Allied Control Council was the respective political connection...
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