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Das 9.EAC-Treffen (das sog. "1. Zonenprotokoll" - 12. September 1944 in London) englischer Originaltext:
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E.A.C. (44) 9th Meeting
 
12th September, 1944 - EUROPEAN ADVISORY COMMISSION                
 
        MINUTES of Meeting held at Lancaster House,         
 
              London, S.W.L. on Tuesday, 12th               
 
                 September, 1944, at 5p.m.                  
 
                   Present:                         
               Mr. F.T. Gousev (in the chair)              
               Mr. G.F. Saksin                      
               Mr. N.V. Ivaov                      
               Sir W. Strang,                       
 
               Major-General A.V. Anderson,                
               Mr. C. O'Neill.                      
               Mr. J.G. Winant                      
               Brigadier-General V. Meyer                
               Mr. P.E. Mosely                      

               Secretariat                        
               Mr. I.G. Prigorny                     
                       Mr. W.D. McAfee                                                                                  
 
                   AGENDA                          
Approval of text of Protocol between the Governments of the United
States of America, the United Kingdom and the Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics, on the zones of occupation in Germany and
the administration of "Greater Berlin".

                   THE COMMISSION                       
(a)  approved the text of the Protocol between the Governments of the
United States of America, the United Kingdom and the Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics, on the zones of occupation in Germany and the
administration of "Greater Berlin", as agreed between the U.S.A., U.K.
and U.S.S.R. Delegations, the boundaries of the zones of occupation in
Germany and Greater Berlin being as marked on the annexed maps "A" and
"B" in accordance with the text of the said Protocol (the text of
the Protocol in English and Russian and map "A" and four sheets of map
"B" are annexed;
 
(b)  submitted the allocation of the North-Western and South-Western
zones of occupation in Germany, as indicated in paragraph 2 of the
protocol and shown on map "A" annexed thereto, and similarly the
allocation of the North-Western and Southern parts of Greater Berlin,
as indicated in the same paragraph of the Protocol and shown on the
four sheets of map "B" annexed thereto, for discussion and joint
decision by the Governments of the U.S.A., the U.K. and the U.S.S.R.

(c)  decided to submit the Protocol between the Governments of the
United States of America, the United Kingdom and the Union of Soviet
Socialist Republics on the zones of occupation in Germany and the
administration of "Greater Berlin", with the annexed map "A" and the
four sheets of map "B", to the Governments of the U.S.A., the U.K.
and the U.S.S.R. for consideration and approval.

Representative of the Government of the United States of America
on the European Advisory Commission: J.G. Winant
 
Representative of the Government of the United Kingdom on the
European Advisory Commission: W. Strang
 
Representative of the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics on the European Advisory Commission: F.T. Gousev
 
Lancaster House
 
London, S.W.L

12th September, 1944.


                   PROTOCOL                         
between the governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist
Republics, the United Kingdom and the United States of
America, on the zones of occupation in Germany and the
administration of Greater Berlin.
 
The Governments of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics,
the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and
the United States of America have reached the following agreement
with regard to the execution of Article 11 of the instrument of
surrender of Germany:
  
1.  Germany, within her frontiers as they were on the 31st
December, 1937, will, for the purposes of occupation, be divided
into three zones, one of which will be alloted to each of the
three Powers, and a special Berlin area, which will be under
joint occupation by the three Powers.

2.  The boundaries of the three zones and of the Berlin area,
and the allocation of the three zones as between the U.S.S.R.,
the U.K. and the U.S.A. will be as follows:

Eastern Zone (as shown on the annexed map "A")
The territory of Germany (including the province of East Prussia
situated to the East of a line drawn from the point on Lubeck Bay
where the frontiers of Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenberg meet,
along the western frontier of Mecklenberg to the frontier of the
province of Hanover, thence, along the eastern frontier of Brunswick;
thence along the western frontier of Anhalt; thence along the western frontier of Anhalt;
the western frontier of the Prussian province of Saxony and the western frontier of
Thuringia to where the latter meets the Bavarian frontier; thence eastwards
along the northern frontier of Bavaria to the 1937 Czechoslovakian
frontier, will be occupied by the armed forces of the U.S.S.R.,
with the exception of the Berlin area, for which a special system
of occupation is provided below.
 
Northwestern Zone (as shown on the annexed map "A")
The territory of Germany situated to the west of the defined above,
and bounded on the south by a line drawn from the point where the
western frontier of Thuringia meets the frontier of Bavaria; thence
westwards along the southern frontiers of the Prussian provinces
of Hessen-Nassau and Rheinprovinz to where the latter meets the
frontier of France will be occupied by the armed forces of ------
 
 
Southwestern Zone (as shown on the annexed map "A")
All the remaining territory of Western Germany situated to the south
of the line defined in the description of the North-Western zone
will be occupied by the armed forces of ------

The frontiers of States (Lander) and provinces within Germany,
referred to in the foregoing descriptions of the zones, are
those which existed after the coming into effect of the decree
of the 25th June, 1941 (published in the Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I,
No. 72, 3rd July, 1941).
 
 
Berlin Area (as shown on the annexed map "B")
The Berlin area (by which expression is understood the territory
of "Greater Berlin" as defined by the law of the 27th April 1920)
will be jointly occupied with by the armed force of the U.S.S.R.,
U.K. and U.S.A. assigned by the respective Commanders-in-Chief.
For this purpose the territory of "Greater Berlin" will be divided
into the following three parts:
 
North-Eastern part of "Greater Berlin"
(ditricts of Pankow, Prenzlauerberg, Mitte, Weissensee, Friedrichshain,
Lichtenberg, Treptow, Kopenick) will be occupied by the forces of the
U.S.S.R.:
North-Western part of "Greater Berlin"
(districts of Reinickendorf, Wedding, Tiergarten, Charlottenberg,
Spandau, Wilmersdorf, will be occupied by the forces of
 
Southern part of "Greater Berlin"
(districts of Zehlendorf, Steglitz, Schoneberg, Kreuzberg, Tempelhof,
Neukolln) will be occupied by the forces of
 
North-Western part of "Greater Berlin"
(districts of Reinickendorf, Wedding, Tiergarten, Charlottenberg,
Spandau, Wilmersdorf, will be occupied by the forces of ------
 
 
Southern part of "Greater Berlin"
(districts of Zehlendorf, Steglitz, Schoneberg, Kreuzberg, Tempelhof,
Neukolln) will be occupied by the forces of ------
 
The boundaries of districts within Greater Berlin" referred to in
the forgoing descriptions, are those which existed after the coming
into effect of the decree published on 27th March, 1938 (Amtsblatt
der Reichshauptstadt Berlin No. 13 of 27th March, 1938, page 215).
 
3.  The occupying forces in each of the three zones into which
Germany is divided will be under a Commander-in Chief designated
by the Government of the country whose occupying that zone.

4.  Each of the three powers may, at its discretion, include
among the forces assigned to occupation duties under the
command of its Commander-in-Chief, auxilary contingents from
the forces of any other Allied Power which has participated
in military operations against Germany.
 
5.  An Inter-Allied Governing Authority (Komendatura)
consisting of three Commandants, appointed by their respective
Commanders-in-Chief, will be established to direct jointly the
administration of the "Greater Berlin" area.
 
6.  This protocol has been drawn up in triplicate in the
Russian and English languages.  Bothe texts are authentic.  
The protocol will come into force on the signature by Germany
of the Instrument of Unconditional Surrender.
 
The above text of the Protocol between the Governments of
the United States of America, the United Kingdom and the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, on the zones of occupation in
Germany and the administration of "Greater Berlin" has been
prepared and unanimously adopted by the European Advisory
Commission at a meeting held on 12th September, 1944, with the
exception of the allocation of the North-Western and
South-Western zones of occupation in Germany and the North-Western
and Southern parts of "Greater Berlin", which requires further
consideration and joint agreement by the Governments of the
U.S.A., U.K., and U.S.S.R.
 
Representative of the Government of the U.S.A.
on the European Advisory Commission
J.G. Winant
 
Representative of the Government of the U.K. on the
European Advisory Commission
W. Strang
 
Representative of the Government of the U.S.S.R.
on the European Advisory Commission
F.T. Gousev
 
 
Lancaster House
 
London, S.W.L
 
12th September, 1944.


Das sogenannte "2. Zonenprotokoll" (14. 11. 44 in London) englischer Originaltext:

minute from E.A.C. from 1945 26 of July at London

Agreement amending the Protocol on Zones of Occupation in Germany and Administration of the “Greater Berlin” Area, Approved by the European Advisory Commission, November 14, 1944

1. In place of the description of the North-Western Zone given in paragraph 2 of the above-mentioned Protocol, the description of the North-Western Zone will read as follows:—

“North-Western Zone (as shown on the annexed map “C”)

The territory of Germany situated to the west of the line defined in the description of the Eastern zone, and bounded on the south by a line drawn from the point where the frontier between the Prussian provinces of Hanover and Hessen-Nassau meets the western frontier of the Prussian province of Saxony; thence along the southern frontier of Hanover; thence along the north-western, western and southern frontiers of Hessen-Nassau to the point where the River Rhine leaves the latter; thence along the center of the navigable channel of the River Rhine to the point where it leaves Hessen-Darmstadt; thence along the western frontier of Baden to the point where this frontier becomes the Franco-German frontier will be occupied by armed forces of the United Kingdom.”

2. In place of the description of the South-Western Zone given in paragraph 2 of the above-mentioned Protocol, the description of the South-Western Zone will read as follows:—

“South-Western Zone (as shown on the annexed map “C”)

The territory of Germany situated to the south of a line commencing at the junction of the frontiers of Saxony, Bavaria, and Czechoslovakia and extending westward along the northern frontier of Bavaria to the junction of the frontiers of Hessen-Nassau, Thuringia and Bavaria; thence north, west and south along the eastern, northern, western and southern frontiers of Hessen-Nassau to the point where the River Rhine leaves the southern frontier of Hessen-Nassau; thence southwards along the center of the navigable channel of the River Rhine to the point where it leaves Hessen-Darmstadt; thence along the western frontier of Baden to the point where this frontier becomes the Franco-German frontier will be occupied by armed forces of the United States of America.”

3. The following additional paragraph will be inserted after the description of the South-Western Zone:—

“For the purpose of facilitating communications between the South-Western Zone and the sea, the Commander-in-Chief of the United States forces in the South-Western Zone will

(a) exercise such control of the ports of Bremen and Bremerhaven and the necessary staging areas in the vicinity thereof as may be agreed hereafter by the United Kingdom and United States military authorities to be necessary to meet his requirements;

(b) enjoy such transit facilities through the North-Western Zone as may be agreed hereafter by the United Kingdom and United States military authorities to be necessary to meet his requirements.”

4. At the end of the description of the North-Western part of “Greater Berlin” given in paragraph 2 of the above-mentioned Protocol, insert the following words:—

“the United Kingdom”

5. At the end of the description of the Southern part of “Greater Berlin” given in paragraph 2 of the above-mentioned Protocol, insert the following words:—

“the United States of America”

6. In the English text of the sub-paragraph in paragraph 2 of the above-mentioned Protocol beginning with the words “The frontiers of States (Länder) and Provinces,” the words “descriptions to the zones” will read “descriptions of the zones.”

The above text of the Agreement regarding Amendments to the Protocol of 12th September, 1944, between the Governments of the United States of America, the United Kingdom and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the zones of occupation in Germany and the administration of “Greater Berlin” has been prepared and unanimously adopted by the European Advisory Commission at a meeting held on the 14th November, 1944.

For the Representative of the Government of the United States of America on the European Advisory Commission:

Philip E. Mosely
Lancaster House, London, S.W. 1.


Das sogenannte "3. Zonenprotokoll" (26. VII. 45 in London) englischer Originaltext:

Protocol between the Governments of the United Kingdom, the United States of America, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Provisional Government of the French Republic, on the Zones of Occupation in Germany and the Administration of "Greater Berlin" The Governments of the United States of America, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics and the Provisional Government of the French Republic have reached the following agreement with regard to the execution of Article 11 of the Instrument of Uncondi­tional Surrender of Germany:

1.     Germany, within her frontiers as they were on the 31 December 1937, will, for the purposes of occupation, be divided into four zones, one of which will be allotted to each of the four Powers, and a special Berlin area, which will be under joint occupation by the four Powers.


2.     The boundaries of the four zones and of the Berlin area, and the allocation of the four zones as between the USA, the UK and the USSR and the French Republic will be as follows:

Eastern Zone (as shown on the annexed map "A")
The territory of Germany (including the province of East Prussia) situated to the East of a line drawn
from the point on Lübeck Bay where the frontiers of Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg meet,
along the western frontier of Mecklenburg to the frontier of the province of Hanover,
thence, along the eastern frontier of Hanover, to the frontier of Brunswick; thence along the western frontier of the Prussian province of Saxony to the western frontier of Anhalt; thence along the western frontier of Anhalt; thence along the western frontier of the Prussian province of Saxony and the western frontier of Thuringia to where the latter meets the Bavarian frontier ; thence eastwards along the northern frontier of Bavaria to the 1937 Czechoslovakian frontier,
will be occupied by armed forces of the U.S.S.R., with the exception of the Berlin area, for which a special system of occupation is provided below.

North-Western Zone (as shown on the annexed map "D")     
The territory of Germany situated to west of the line defined in the description of the Eastern (Soviet) Zone, and  bounded on the south by a line drawn from the point where the frontier between the Prussian provinces of Hanover and Hessen-Nassau meets the western frontier of the Prussian province of Saxony; thence along the southern frontier of Hanover; thence along the south-eastern and south-western frontiers of the Prussian province of Westphalia and along the southern frontiers of the Prussian Regierungsbezirke of Köln and Aachen to the point where this frontier meets the Belgian-German frontier will be occupied by armed forces of the United Kingdom.

South-Western (United States) Zone (as shown on the annexed map "D")
The territory of Germany situated to the south and east of a line commencing at the junction of the frontiers of Saxony, Bavaria and Czechoslovakia and extending westward along the northern frontier of Bavaria to the junction of the frontiers of Hessen-Nassau, Thuringia and Ba­varia; thence north and west along the eastern and northern frontiers of Hessen-Nassau to the point where the frontier of the district of Dill meets the frontier of the district of Oberwesterwald; thence along the western frontier of the district of Dill, the north-western frontier of the district of Oberlahn, the northern and western frontiers of the district of Limburg-an-der-lahn, the north-western frontier of the district of Untertaunus and the northern frontier of the district of Rheingau; thence south and east along the western and southern frontiers of Hessen-Nassau to the point where the River Rhine leaves the southern frontier of Hessen-Nassau; thence southwards along the centre of the navigable channel of the River Rhine to the point where the latter leaves Hessen-Darmstadt; thence along the western frontier of Baden to the point where the frontier of the district of Karlsruhe meets the frontier of the district of Rastatt; thence southeast along the southern frontier of the district of Karlsruhe;  thence north-east and south-east along the eastern frontier of Baden to the point where the frontier of Baden meets the frontier between the districts of Calw and Leonberg; thence south and east along the western frontier of the district of Leonberg, the western and southern frontiers of the district of Böblingen, the southern frontier of the district of Niirtingen and the southern frontier of the district of Göppingen to the point where the latter meets the Reichsautobahn between Stuttgart and Ulm; thence along the southern boundary of the Reichsautobahn to the point where the latter meets the western frontier of the district of Ulm; thence south along the western frontier of the dis­trict of Ulm to the point where the latter meets the western frontier of the State of Bavaria; thence south along the western frontier of Bavaria to the point where the frontier of the district of Kempten meets the frontier of the district of Lindau; thence south-west along the western frontier of the district of Kempten and the western frontier of the district of Sonthofen to the point where the latter meets the Austro-German frontier will be occupied by armed forces of the United States of America.

For the purpose of facilitating communications between the South-Western Zone and
(a)     exercise such control of the ports of Bremen and Bremerhaven and the necessary staging areas in the vicinity thereof as may be agreed hereafter by the United Kingdom and United States military authorities to be necessary to meet his requirements;
(b)     enjoy such transit facilities through the North-Western Zone as may be agreed hereafter by the United Kingdom and United States military authorities to be necessary to meet his requirements.

Western (French) Zone (as shown on the annexed map "D")
The territory of Germany, situated to the south and west of a line commencing at the junction of the frontiers of Belgium and of the Prussian Regierungsbezirke of Trier and Aachen and extending eastward along the northern frontier of the Prussian Regierungsbezirk of Trier; thence north, east and south along the western, northern and eastern frontier of the Prussian Regierungsbezirk of Koblenz to the point where the frontier of Koblenz meets the frontier of the district of Oberwesterwald; thence east, south and west along the northern, eastern and southern frontiers of the district of Oberwesterwald and along the eastern frontiers of the districts of Unterwesterwald, Unterlahn and Sankt Goarshauscn to the point where the frontier of the district of Sankt Goarshausen meets the frontier of the Regierungsbezirk of Koblenz; thence south and east along the eastern frontier of Koblenz; and the northern frontier of Hessen-Darmstadt to the point where the River Rhine leaves the southern frontier of Hessen-Nassau; thence southwards along the centre of the navigable channel of the River Rhine to the point where the latter leaves Hessen-Darmstadt; thence along the western frontier of Baden to the point where the frontier of the district of Karlsruhe meets the frontier of the district of Rastatt; thence south-east along the northern frontier of the district of Rastatt;  thence north, east and south along the western, northern and eastern frontiers of the district of Calw; thence eastwards along the northern frontiers of the districts of Horb, Tübingen, Reutlingen and Münsingen to the point where the northern frontier of the district of Münsingen meets the Reichsautobahn between Stuttgart and Ulm; thence south­east along the southern boundary of the Reichsautobahn to the point where the latter meets the eastern frontier of the district of Münsingen; thence south-east along the north-eastern frontiers of the districts of Münsingen, Ehingen and Biberach; thence southwards along the eastern frontiers of the districts of Biberach, Wangen and Lindau to the point where the eastern frontier of the district of Lindau meets the Austro-German frontier will be occupied by armed forces of the French Republic.
The frontiers of States (Länder) and Provinces within Germany, referred to in the foregoing descriptions of the zones, are those which existed after the coming into effect of the decree of 25th June, 1941 (published in the Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I. No. 72, 3rd July, 1941).

Berlin Area (as shown on the annexed 4 sheets of map "B")
The Berlin area (by which expression is understood the territory of " Greater Berlin " as defined by the Law of the 27th April, 1920) will be jointly occupied by armed forces of the U.K., U.S.A., and U.S.S.R. and the French Republic, assigned by the respective Commanders-in-Chief. For this purpose the territory of " Greater Berlin" will be divided into four parts:
North-Eastern part of " Greater Berlin" (districts of Pankow, Prenzlauerberg, Mitte, Weissensee, Friedrichshain, Lichtenberg, Treptow, Köpenick) will be occupied by the forces of the U.S.S.R.
North-Western part of " Greater Berlin " (districts of Reinickendorf, Wedding, Tiergarten, Charlottenburg, Spandau, Wilmersdorf) will be occupied by the forces of the United Kingdom.
Southern part of " Greater Berlin " (districts of Zehlendorf, Steglitz, Schöneberg, Kreuzberg, Tempelhof, Neukölln) will be occupied by the forces of the United States of America.

The boundaries of districts within " Greater Berlin ", referred to in the foregoing descriptions, are those which existed after the coming into effect of the decree published on 27th March, 1938 (Amtsblatt der Reichshauptstadt Berlin No. 13 of 27th March, 1938, page 215).


3.     The occupying forces in each of the four zones into which Germany is divided will be under a Commander-in-Chief designated by the government of the country whose forces occupy that zone.


4.     Each of the four Powers may, at its discretion, include among the forces assigned to occupation duties under the command of its Commander-in-Chief, auxiliary contingents from the forces of any other Allied Power which has participated in military operations against Germany.

5.     An Inter-Allied Governing Authority (Komendatura) consisting of four Commandants, appointed by their respective Commanders-in-Chief, will be established to direct jointly the administration of the "Greater Berlin" area.


6.     This Protocol has been drawn up in quadruplicate in the English, Russian and French languages. The three texts are authentic. The Protocol will come into force on the signature by Germany of the Instrument of Unconditional Surrender.

Lancaster House, London, S.W. 1.                                                                                                   gez. John G. Winant   G. Saksin   Ronald J. Campbell   R. Massigli
siehe auch: http://de.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Zonenprotokoll&stable=0&redirect=no