which stated that upon Hindenburg's death the office of president would be abolished and its powers merged with those of the chancellor. By early 1941, Germany controlled much of Europe. On, Heydrich announced that all Jews in the eastern conquered territories were to be regarded as partisans and gave the order for all male Jews between the ages of 15 and 45 to be shot. Germany remained divided until 1990, when the Allies renounced all claims to German territory with the Treaty on the Final Settlement with Respect to Germany, under which Germany also renounced claims to territories lost during World War. Many art museum directors lost their posts in 1933 and were replaced by party members. Including de facto annexed and incorporated territories. Following the invasion of Poland, 2,500 Roma and Sinti people were deported from Germany to the General Government, where they were imprisoned in labour camps. Exhibitions of the rejected pieces, under titles such as "Decadence in Art were launched in sixteen different cities by 1935.