The story of the forced relocation of 15 million and deaths of as many as two million Germans during and after 1945, caused by the redrawing of Europe's maps by the Allies, especially by Winston Churchill and Josef Stalin in the Potsdam and Yalta conferences. Germans from East Prussia, Sudeten, Hungary, Romania, Poland were forced to move to the newly drawn map of Germany. They were provided no food, no transport, no medical care during these expulsions, causing deaths and injuries. A story well hidden from the history of WWII.
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