|I BUY AND EXCHANGE
|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 I SORTE - EGIPSKIE PRZEDNIE
DAMEN - DAMSKIE
DIE SCHMALE - PŁASKIE
HAUDEGEN - JUNAK
MÖWE - MÖVE
|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.