International Borders: International border lines and countries between which they are located

International Borders – Friends, in today’s session of our General Knowledge, we are going to talk about international borders. In this we will talk about which country’s borders are called by their names. it Can also be asked in upcoming Exams, so we will talk about it in detail here..

International Borders

Durang Line – The Durang Line is the boundary line between Afghanistan and Pakistan. This line was used by the Afghan king Amir Abdul Rahman Khan and the British Raj in 1893. The purpose of this boundary line was to separate Afghanistan and the territory of the British Raj to help resolve the border disputes between the two countries. Even today there are many tensions between Afghanistan and Pakistan on this borderline.

McMahon Line – The McMahon Line is a boundary line between India and China. This line was established in 1914 as the border between China and Tibet during the Indian subjugation of the British Raj. This boundary line is not recognized by China and is considered one of the main causes of the Sino-Indian border dispute.

Radcliffe Line – The Radcliffe Line is a boundary line between India and Pakistan. This line was built by Lord Radcliffe at the time of the partition of India in 1947. An attempt was made to resolve conflicts and border disputes between India and Pakistan through this boundary line.

17th Parallel Line – The 17th parallel line was a parallel line between South Vietnam. The purpose of this line was to divide the northern and southern parts of Vietnam. The line came into use during the Vietnam War (1954–1975) when there was an ongoing conflict between the northern and southern parts of Vietnam. This line currently does not exist and Vietnam exists as a unified country.

24th Parallel – The 24th parallel is a parallel line between southern India and southern Pakistan. This line was established in 1972 during the India-Pakistan border dispute. This line is recognized as the border between India and Pakistan.

38th Parallel Line – The 38th parallel line is a parallel line between North America and South Korea. This line is used as the boundary between the northern and southern parts of Korea. When the Korean War ended in 1953, a conflict had ended according to the borderline and a fence between the former North and South Korea.

49th Parallel Line – The 49th parallel line is a parallel line between North America and Canada. This line is used as the border between the US and Canada. In the determination of this border, this line was determined in the agreement between the two countries in the 19th century. Canada lies to the east of the 49th parallel while America lies to its west.

Hardenberg Line – The Hardenberg Line is a historical border line first drawn in Germany after World War I. This line was used in 1945 to form the basis of the three British zones that administered North West Germany. The line was 5 kilometers (3 mi) in width at each end and was built by Bartholomeus Gomberg (Bartholomeus Graf von Mer veldt). Following this line, Germany as a whole was divided into two parts, known as West Germany and East Germany.

Odernas Line (Order-Neisse Line) – The Odernas River is a major river that flows through the western part of Germany. Furthermore, the Odernas Line is also a border line between France and Germany. The name of this line is derived from the Odernas river which flows through this line. This line served as the ancient land border and was built by King Ludwig XVI of France to surround Germany on all sides.

Maginot Line – The Maginot Line is a major parallel line in the world that rotates around the north polar region due to the increasing authority of the electromagnetic field. It was invented by Alexander von Maginus after the name of this line. This line is also called the Ultimate Geomagnetic Line. Most of this line is in Canada and its length is about 5000 kilometers.

Siegfried Line – The Siegfried Line is an important parallel line in the south polar region that appears due to electromagnetic induction. The line is named after Siegfried, who first observed it in 1831. The length of this line is about 16,000 kilometers and it passes through parts of South America. This line is the longest among almost all the lines in the world.