Historical & Event Maps
The German Confederation in 1815.
Europe after the Congress of Vienna. German Confederation (in cream color), with Prussia’s (pink) and Austria’s (orange) territories outside the Confederation.
Imperial Germany 1871-1918.
Military Districts of WW2 Germany.
Europe at the height of German expansion, 1941–1942.
Administrative regions of the Greater Germanic Reich in 1944.
Territorial expansion of Germany from 1933 to 1943. Red: 1933; pink: 1939; orange: 1943.
Eastern Front of WW2 from June to December of 1941.
Eastern Front December 1941- May 1942.
Map of the German assault on Crete.
Map of occupied Greece showing the German and Italian occupation zones on Crete.
Italy Defense Lines South of Rome 1943.
Battle of Kursk.
The starting lines of Operation Spring, showing the layout of divisional and battalion forces for both sides.
Map showing German and Axis allies’ conquests in Europe throughout World War II.
Battle for the Reichstag.
Post-Nazi German occupation borders and territories in 1947. Areas in beige were out of the control of the Allied Control Council, those east of the Oder–Neisse line were temporarily attached to Poland and the USSR (by the Potsdam Agreement), pending Final German Peace Treaty; that in the west formed the Saar Protectorate. Berlin is the quadripartite area shown within the red Soviet zone. Bremen consists of the two yellow American exclaves in the green British zone.
Pink: portions of Germany east of the Oder-Neisse line attached to Poland (except for northerly East Prussia and the adjoining Memel Territory, not shown here, which were joined directly to the Soviet Union.) Red: the Soviet Occupation zone of Germany.
The four sectors of the Allied occupation of Berlin.
German Military History with a focus on World War 2 History including other areas of German History