Ethnic Cleansing of Germans 1945 – 1950

A map showing the number of ethnic Germans expelled from Eastern Europe between the war’s end in 1945 and 1950.

(1 = 1,000)

Map showing the distribution of Ethnic Germans (red) throughout Europe prior to the Second World War.

A Decimated Reich: German territorial losses resulting from two World Wars.

Map: Distribution of German speakers prior to and after 1945.

Read about WWII here

16 comments

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  2. tonytran2015 · May 18, 2018

    Some surrendering German soldiers had been coerced into joining French Legionaires to fight in the Dien Bien Phu battle. My Vietnamese old friend had been their superior on the French side.

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    • vikinglifeblog · May 18, 2018

      Yes, I read a little about it after you told me. German soldiers was active for many years around Asia, Africa and South America. As fighting men, organizers, trainers, arms dealer, developers and producers.
      It is sad and a shame, that some were coerced to do it.

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