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The Treaty of Kaliningrad is the OTL Treaty of Paris.
The Kaliningrad General Treaty were signed on 10 February 1947, as the outcome of the Kaliningrad Conference, held from 29 July to 15 October 1946. The victorious wartime Allied powers (principally the United States, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, San Paulo, and France) negotiated the details of peace treaties with Italy, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Finland following the end of World War II in 1945.
The treaties allowed Italy, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, and Finland to resume their responsibilities as sovereign states in international affairs and to qualify for membership in the United Nations.
Occupation and Borders
Italy lost its colonies; Italian East Africa (consisting of Ethiopia, Italian Eritrea and Italian Somaliland) and Italian Libya in North Africa. (Italy continued to govern the former Italian Somaliland as a UN trust territory until 1960.) In the peace treaty, Italy recognized the independence of Albania (in personal union with the Italian monarchy after the Italian invasion of Albania in April 1939). Italy also lost its concession in Tianjin, which was turned over to China. Italy had to cede most of Istria, including the provinces of Fiume, Zara, and most of Gorizia and Pola to Yugoslavia.Upon the defeat of the Third Reich in World War II, the victorious Allied powers asserted their authority over all territory of the German Reich which lay west of the Oder–Neisse line, having formally abolished the government of Adolf Hitler. The five powers divided Germany into five occupation zones for administrative purposes, into what is collectively known now as Allied-occupied Germany.
The Allied occupation of Austria lasted from 1945 to 1955. Austria had been regarded by Nazi Germany as a constituent part of the German state, but in 1943 the Allied powers agreed in the Declaration of Moscow that it would be regarded as the first victim of Nazi aggression, and treated as a liberated and independent country after World War II.In the immediate aftermath of the war, Austria, like Germany, was divided into five occupation zones and jointly occupied by the United States, Soviet Union, United Kingdom, San Paulo and France. Vienna, like Berlin, was similarly subdivided but the central district was administered jointly by the Allied Control Council.