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The Generalgouvernement (Generalgouvernement fur die besetzten polnischen Gebiete) refers to a part of the territories of Poland
under German military occupation during World War II and that were a separate part of the "Greater Germany". On 26 October 1939
Hans Frank was appointed "Governor-General" of the occupied territories. In August 1941, former Polish voivodeships of Eastern
Galicia were added to the Generalgouvernement. The area was not a puppet state and had no goal of collaborating with Poles
throughout the war. The government and administration was composed entirely of Germans and the area was eventually to become a
German province. As the Soviets advanced through Poland in late 1944 the Generalgouvernement collapsed and Frank was captured
by American troops in May 1945.
ÄGYPTISCHE
ÄGYPTISCHE I SORTE - EGIPSKIE PRZEDNIE
DAMEN - DAMSKIE
DIE SCHMALE - PŁASKIE
HAUDEGEN - JUNAK
KLUB
MACHORKOWE
MÖWE - MÖVE
SPORT
WEICHSEL
Hans Frank
The only cigarette producer in Generalgouvernement was the Generaldirektion der Monopole im Generalgouvernement (GDM),
with headquarter in Krakau (Krakow) and factories in Krakau (Krakow), Warschau (Varsavia) and Radom.
GDM PRICELIST (1940)