As a result, they were waiting for a possibility to return to their homes on the other side of the Lusatian Neisse River.
First joint projects were performed not only in Gubin and Guben but also in other cities by the Oder and Lusatian Neisse River.
In 1939 there were twelve of them in total, the Neisse Brucke over the Lusatian Neisse River being the oldest one.
As most of the city centre on the eastern side of Lusatian Neisse River and the bridges on it were destroyed, the possibility of contact between the two sides of the river was considerably impeded.
In addition, as the communicational and functional routes over the Lusatian Neisse River were cut off, the places were deprived of people and became remote and desolated dead ends.
The post-war conferences affected the cities by the Oder and Lusatian Neisse Rivers, including Guben.
In the year 1945, the cities by the Oder and Lusatian Neisse Rivers went through arbitrary and uncompromising division.
Data processing and design "Plan sub-basin of the Upper and Middle Elbe River sub-basin Plan and Lusatian Neisse River
and other tributaries of the Oder" in the territorial scope of state-owned enterprises River Elbe, state enterprise and River Eger, state-owned enterprise (hereinafter referred to as "sub-basin plans") within the meaning A* 24, A* 25 and A* 26 of the Water Act and in accordance with the decree of planning.
Processing of documents and draft "Plan sub-basin of the Upper and Middle Elbe and the Plan Lusatian Neisse River
sub-basin and other tributaries of the Oder" in the territorial scope of state enterprises Elbe River, state enterprise and Ohre River, state enterprise (hereinafter referred to as "sub-basin plans") within the meaning A* 24, A* 25 and A* 26 of the Water Act and in accordance with the decree of planning.
and Great Britain met at Potsdam to work out various aspects of the postwar order, and they agreed that the Oder and Neisse rivers
should serve as the new border between occupied Germany and Poland.
In the north, East Germany borders on the Baltic Sea, in the west on West Germany, in the south on Czechoslovakia, and in the east on Poland, where the border runs along the Oder and Neisse rivers