Why Was Germany Divided?

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Germany was divided in order to make sure the Nazi party would not regain control or re-establish their military; this was in accordance to the decisions made at the conference in Yalta. The country was divided into four zones that were run by the Allied nations: Britain, France, America, and the U.S.S.R. The Allied countries controlled the government in each of their respected zones.
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