Documents on the Expulsion of the Sudeten Germans
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The end of World War II marked the beginning of one of the most gruesome genocides in history: the expulsion and destruction of the Sudeten German ethnic group as it existed at that time in the border districts of Czechoslovakia, a country that had been established in 1918 by the victors of World War I.
In a scandalous perversion of every sense of justice, the post-War Federal German governments have kept this genocide hushed up: the truth about this racially-motivated extermination, perpetrated by Czechs upon Germans in the wake of WWII and never atoned for, is considered undesirable! German victims are politically incorrect and evidently their place is under the carpet.
The book you are holding in your hands is a translation of almost 400 survivor accounts of this ethnic cleansing that expose this crime against humanity in its entire horrible extent - a long-overdue memorial to almost 2 million expelled and murdered ethnic Germans.