South-Western Zone [ . . . ]: All the remaining territory of Western Germany situated to the south of the line defined in the description of the North-Western Zone will be occupied by armed forces of * * * [asterisks appear in original]
The frontiers of States (Länder) and Provinces within Germany, referred to in the foregoing descriptions of the zones, are those which existed after the coming into effect of the decree of 25th June, 1941 (published in the Reichsgesetzblatt, Part I, No. 72, 3rd July, 1941).
Berlin Area [ . . . ]: The Berlin area (by which expression is understood the territory of “Greater Berlin” as defined by the Law of the 27th April, 1920) will be jointly occupied by armed forces of the U.S.A., U.K., and U.S.S.R., assigned by the respective Commanders-in-Chief. For this purpose the territory of “Greater Berlin” will be divided into the following three parts:—
North-Eastern part of “Greater Berlin” (districts of Pankow, Prenzlauerberg, Mitte, Weissensee, Friedrichshain, Lichtenberg, Treptow, Köpenick) will be occupied by the forces of the U.S.S.R.
North-Western part of “Greater Berlin” (districts of Reinickendorf, Wedding, Tiergarten, Charlottenburg, Spandau, Wilmersdorf) will be occupied by the forces of * * * [asterisks appear in original]
Southern part of “Greater Berlin” (districts of Zehlendorf, Steglitz, Schoneberg, Kreuzberg, Tempelhof, Neukölln) will be occupied by the forces of * * * [asterisks appear in original]
The boundaries of districts within “Greater Berlin”, referred to in the foregoing descriptions, are those which existed after the coming into effect of the decree published on 27th March, 1938 (Amtsblatt der Reichshauptstadt Berlin No. 13 of 27th March, 1938, page 215).
3. The occupying forces in each of the three zones into which Germany is divided will be under a Commander-in-Chief designated by the Government of the country whose forces occupy that zone.