The Fate of post-WWII Germans Deported from their Homes by the Allies
Germany’s War, Chapter 6: The German Expellees by John Wear
The Allies’ Crimes Exceed Those of the Third Reich
At the end of World War II in violation of the Atlantic Charter, between 12 and 19 million Germans were expelled from their long-established homes in East Prussia, Pomerania, Brandenburg, Silesia, Memel and the Baltic states, Danzig, Poland, Czechoslovakia (Sudetenland), Hungary, Yugoslavia, and Romania. This mass expulsion of ethnic Germans from their homes was going on while the Nuremberg trials were prosecuting officials of the German Third Reich for mass deportations of Jews and Gypsies. The allied expulsions of Germans exceeds in number the deportations by the Third Reich. Unlike the Israelis, the German government does not demand reparations for the dispossessed Germans. Instead of being compensated for their dispossession, the Germans pay compensation to the Jews, and the amount rises over time.
The number of Germans who died from the crimes inflicted on them during the expulsions rival the number of holocaust victims and is better documented. Estimates are that 25% of German expellees died in the process. That could be as many as 4,750,000. While as many as nearly 5 million German expellees were dying from the starvation, exposure, and murder that characterized their deportation, the French chief prosecutor at Nuremberg sanctimoniously declared deportations by the Third Reich to be “one of the horrors of our century.”
During World War II the Americans expelled Japanese-Americans from their homes and businesses and kept them in concentration camps.
The Israelis have been deporting Palestinians from Palestine since 1947. Gaza today is the largest concentration camp in world history...........https://www.paulcraigroberts.org/2020/01/24/the-fate-of-post-wwii-germans-deported-from-their-homes-by-the-allies/
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