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[[Image:Border-Lithuania-Poland-1919-1939.svg|thumb|Various proposals for the Polish-Lithuanian border after World War I. Foch Line in dark green, modern borders in pink.]]
The '''Foch Line''' was a temporary [[demarcation line]] between [[Poland]] and [[Lithuania]] proposed by the [[Triple Entente|Entente]] in the aftermath of [[World War I]]. The line was proposed by [[Marshal of France]] [[Ferdinand Foch]] and was accepted by the [[Conference of Ambassadors]] in 1919. With small adjustments the line formed the basis of the inter-war Polish-Lithuanian border. After the [[World War II]] only its westernmost part, close to the town of [[Suwałki]], remains true to the original concept of the line.
== See also ==
For a map with the Foch Line and some context see:
* [[Polish-Lithuanian War]]
* [[Suwałki Agreement]]
* [[Sejny Uprising]]