So, in OTL, the defeated Nazi Germany was partitioned into 4 occupation zones that eventually became the FRG and the GDR. This was mostly decided at the Yalta Conference. But in that same conference, there were alternate plans. Much discussed is the Morgenthau Plan, especially for the harsh nature of its occupation. But what I cannot find is what exactly the North and South German states were supposed to be. Occupation zones? There's also Roosevelt's Plan which involved a *return*, though not exactly, to a pre-unification Germany: and Churchill's plan, which oh geez I have no idea how would this even work: Worth noting is that the Oder-Neisse Line was also decided at Yalta. What would a Germany keeping its eastern territories would look like? What about Poland? How do you think these plans would have gone? What role would these state play in the Cold War? My guess is the allies would attempt to rekindle regional identities in the Roosevelt plan, though I don't think they would be too successful. Churchill's plan to me seems very unlikely, but it could have resulted in a Austria-Hungary and a South Germany. Any other thoughts?