The Polish Zone of Occupation (German: Polnische Besatzungszone; Polish: Polski Strefy Okupacyjnej) was the area of Germany that was occupied by Poland after the end of World War II in Europe. The Polish Occupation Zone consisted of East Prussia, Eastern Pomerania (jointly with France) and Eastern Brandenburg and German Silesia (jointly with the British Empire). East Prussia was eventually integrated into Poland proper.

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