How were the regions of Poland that did not border Germany kept under German control? A. They were absorbed as part


How were the regions of Poland that did not border Germany kept under German control?
A.
They were absorbed as part of the German state.
B.
Hans Frank, an early Nazi supporter, was put in charge of those areas.
C.
The SS set up Judenrat to govern the outer areas of Poland.
D.
Soviet troops were set in place to keep order in those areas.


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