Thursday, November 13, 2008

Article on Anti-Nazi Sudeten Germans: There were over 200,000 of them

A very large number of the Sudeten Germans forcibly expelled from Czechoslovakia actively fought against the Nazis. This article from a Czech source suggests that the number was certainly over 200,000. The expulsion of the Sudeten Germans included not only Germans who actively fought against the Nazis, but also German speaking Jews. Like the Soviet deportation of the Russian-Germans to Kazakhstan and Siberia and the Israeli expulsion of the Palestinians it was a racially based policy.

1 comment:

Walt Richmond said...

As always, the simple people are the victims of political intrigues. The governments show no concern for their citizens, only for securing their own power and wealth.