After The Battle
|Sujet||The taking of Breme|
A signed book After The Battle magazine "The Taking of Bremen - After The Battle 135".
After the Second World War, Bremen was initially occupied by British forces, who soon evacuated it following the protocol of 14 November 1944, for the benefit of the Americans who also wanted to have a port on the North Sea and thus placed it in their Zone of Occupation. This situation prevented the absorption of Bremen into the Lower Saxony, which was then in a British zone of occupation, and in 1947 led to the city's independence as an autonomous state within West Germany, to which the port of Bremerhaven was also attributed.
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