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Belweder Palace

Belvédčre Palace was visited by Hitler after the Polish capitulation in 1939 to view the office of Józef Piłsudski.

During the German occupation of Poland, in 1940-1943, the Belweder palace was extensively remodeled for Hans Frank, Governor of occupied Warsaw in the "General Government" of Poland. It was also seen as a future Hitler-Residenz.

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