Roosevelt's secret plan
• Secret Roosevelt plan
Americans sought by all means to seize the initiative after the Second World War. Roosevelt's secret plan meant a cunning division of Germany. In fact, it was rather the division of the world.
Each country participating in the division of Europe, pursuing its own goals. America tried to draw the Soviet Union into the war against Japan, because the United States wanted to finish it quickly. Stalin, in turn, understood that the recognition of the rights of allies of the USSR in the Baltic states, Bessarabia and eastern Poland is vital - a buffer provided security.
Roosevelt's secret plan was in a different division of Germany. Temporary international zones (one is on the border with France and the other from Belgium and the Netherlands) deprived the Soviet Union of that same buffer.
and Germany did was to sink into oblivion. It was planned to divide the right by 6 countries: Austria, Bavaria, Hanover, Hesse, Prussia and Saxony.