The Economic Legacy of Population Transfers in Socialist and Post-Socialist Czechoslovakia

Fulwiler, Maria
2010

After the close of the Second World War, the European Continent experienced the largest demographic upheaval in modern history. In an act of retribution for the crimes of Nazi Germany, Central and Eastern European nations expelled more than 10 million ethnic Germans from their lands. Czechoslovakia, one of the most active participants in this postwar population transfer, uprooted almost 3 million ... read more

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