Political Boundaries After The Second World War

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1.c. Yes, since geography is a concept highly influenced by political dynamics, as the term itself suggests, political “dynamics”, such that the boundary or the area that the country covers may change depending on their country’s need for resources or space; and of course, one can never expand a country’s territory without the display of military power or superiority over a nation. Political boundaries may be altered through the years through wars, treaties or trade. Citing what happened after the Second World War, political boundaries changed when Germany lost, which explains the shifting of its Eastern borders to farther west and, was eventually divided into West and East Germany (National Geographic, 1999). In addition, the closing in

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