[ oh-der-nahy-suh ]
/ ˈoʊ dərˈnaɪ sə /
the boundary between Poland and East Germany after World War II.
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/ (ˈəʊdəˈnaɪsə) /
the present-day boundary between Germany and Poland along the Rivers Oder and Neisse. Established in 1945, it originally separated the Soviet Zone of Germany from the regions under Polish administration
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