The Polish Corridor was between East Prussia and Germany.
Poland was to retain a permanent right to use the seaport and the route through the Polish Corridor was to be constructed.
The Germans were able to break through the Polish Corridor.
These struck southward from East Prussia and eastward across the base of the Polish Corridor, respectively.
Tensions between the new administration and the ethnic German minority arose in the Polish Corridor.
The Polish government allowed 1,500 cars to transit through the Polish Corridor.
Hitler's demands for the Polish Corridor and, Polish opposition to negotiations with him fueled ethnic tensions.
Next, the Germans aimed to regain the Polish Corridor and Klaipėda in Lithuania.
The 4th Army was to capture the Polish Corridor and enter East Prussia, thus re-linking the two areas.
The Polish Corridor, with its customs barriers, check-points and crossing places cut right across the Vistula trade complex.