I would suggest at the very least territory 33 in Czech be represented since it held the automobile industry which produced panzer 38t throughout the war, Czech design Germans stole. Even when the chassis was outdated the Germans used them as assault guns/light tank destroyers.
I can list all of the major industry in Eastern Germany, Czech, Austria, and Poland if you want.
As for Western Germany, not including Dortmund is silly. It was a huge industrial city.
Also, the Krupp Enterprise was based out of the industrious Ruhr region which includes the aforementioned Dortmund.
During World War II the Krupps were again Germany's major arms suppliers—the best-known were the Krupp U-boats, the "Tiger Tanks," and the huge railway gun "Dora," used to bombard Sevastopol with 80-centimeter shells in 1941. The firm expanded rapidly and became intimately tied to Nazi policies through the use of some 100,000 slave laborers from occupied eastern Europe. Meanwhile, with Gustav's health failing, the firm passed to the eldest son, Alfried (Aug. 13, 1907-July 30, 1967), who became director in 1942 and sole proprietor of the reconverted family firm in 1943.₁
1. "Krupp." Encyclopedia of World Biography. 2004. Encyclopedia.com. (April 18, 2015).
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