How The Allies Created The Greatest German Refugee Crisis For Women & Children, 2 Million Died Without Mercy Anonymous Board volunteer 02/09/2019 (Sat) 19:26:16 Id: 4daffd No.70662 del
"The aftermath of WWII, known as “History’s Most Terrifying Peace“, is intentionally ignored or downplayed. The phrase “An Eye For An Eye“ is most commonly evoked as justification. We invite readers to decide for themselves if this phrase is an accurate characterization of the scale and degree of brutality unleashed upon not only ethnic Germans, but also, the eastern Europeans who did not consent to becoming the slave-victims of Soviet Red Terror behind the Iron Curtain. The Allies have a lot to answer for. The detrimental impacts and consequences of the decisions by the Allied leaders are being felt by the descendants of the Allied forces in countless nation states today."

"This article is one of an ongoing series describing the violent and horrific nature of the forced expulsions of ethnic Germans from their home lands after WWII ended. The expulsions were based on ethnicity not complicity. Unfortunately the Allied atrocities extended far beyond the plight of these 16 million souls begging the question, when is enough horror and slaughter sufficient to satisfy the legally enforced version of WWII? Not only are the victims and their descendants still paying heavily in the form of reparations and taxes, they are now being required to welcome and fund an extraordinary endless wave of MENA and other ‘refugees’. Not one of these had an ancestor in a German concentration camp. Few have come even close to experiencing the suffering you are about to read in this series of articles. Does it not occur to you that the narrative about German Villainy is incredibly weaponized and convenient?"

"One of the great tragedies of the 20th century was the forced expulsion of ethnic Germans from their homes after the end of World War II. The Allies carried out the largest forced population transfer—and perhaps the greatest single movement of people—in human history. A minimum of 12 million and possibly as many as 18.1 million Germans were driven from their homes because of their ethnic background. Probably 2.1 million or more of these German expellees, mostly women and children, died in what was supposed to be an “orderly and humane” expulsion."

"One estimate of the Germans expelled runs to 16.5 million: 9.3 million within the 1937 Reich borders and 7.2 million outside. The Germans within the 1937 Reich borders include 2,382,000 East Prussians, 1,822,000 East Pomeranians, 614,000 in Brandenburg east of the Oder, and 4,469,000 Silesians. The Germans outside the 1937 Reich borders include 240,000 in Memel and the Baltic States, 373,000 in Danzig, 1,293,000 in Poland, 3,493,000 in Czechoslovakia, 601,000 in Hungary, 509,000 in Yugoslavia, and 785,000 in Romania. The Russians did not expel many of their 1.8 million Volga Germans; instead, the Volga Germans were predominately ‘resettled’ within the Soviet Union."

The Early German Expulsions
"The expelling nations relied almost exclusively on the use of terror to transport their German minorities across the frontiers. Except in a very few instances, deportations as a result of mob actions did not cause the German expulsions. Rather, the so-called “wild expulsions” were carried out primarily by troops, police, and militia acting under orders and policies originating at the highest levels of the expelling governments. However great the hazards and miseries of life on the road were for the German expellees, they were usually preferable to the expulsion trains the Polish authorities began to operate. Taking up to two weeks to reach Berlin, the trains were typically not provisioned and lacked the most basic amenities. As a result the death rate on the trains soared."

"The worst of the violence appears to have been taken against the German minority in Czechoslovakia." (continued)

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