Boundary line between Germany and Poland established after world war II is called ____.

A. McMahon Line
B. 49th Parallel Line
C. 17th Parallel Line
D. Oder‐Neisse Line

Answer

Correct Answer: D. Oder‐Neisse Line

Detailed About MCQs

The Germany–Poland border established after world war II is called Oder–Neisse line. It has a total length of 467 km (290 mi) and has been in place since 1945.

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