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German refugees in post-World War Two Germany
Author/s: Andrea D'Onofrio 
Year:  2014 Issue: 93 Language: Italian 
Pages:  26 Pg. 41-66 FullText PDF:  195 KB
DOI:  10.3280/PASS2014-093003
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At the end of World War Two, Central and Eastern Europe were subject to a huge process of ethnic homogenization. A forced exodus of millions of people redefined the national characteristics of the Central-European States in the post-war period. The German populations from the Eastern territories of pre-Nazi Germany and the German minorities from the Central and South-Eastern European states were the most affected by this tragic destiny, with 14 million expelled and almost 2 million dead. The integration of Eastern Germans into their new homeland was difficult and tortuous. Key words: German refugees, Post-war Germany (1945-1960), Public memory, Forced population transfers
Keywords: Profughi tedeschi, Germania post-bellica (1945-1960), Memoria pubblica, Trasferimenti forzati di popolazione

Andrea D'Onofrio, German refugees in post-World War Two Germany in "PASSATO E PRESENTE" 93/2014, pp. 41-66, DOI:10.3280/PASS2014-093003


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