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Millions Cried...No One Listened

The ethnic German Genocide took place in Eastern Europe from 1944-1948. This post may bring you to a new understanding of what happened after the second World War.

The largest expulsion in history turned genocide yet it's unknown. The lessen in school ended too soon and now it's time to continue the story.

Millions of German people lived in the Eastern European countries for hundreds of year. These peoplp lived throughout Sudetenland, Carpathia, and Panonia flats among others. These regions exstended from Hungary to Russia. These German people never lived in the Germany we know today, they migrated down the Danube river as yearly as the year 1000. They were invited by the soveriegns of these countries and helped build these countries until the time of the Potsdam conference.

The stories of pain and torture that was put upon these German people because is still ignored today. Through this ongoing post I wil share with you the many stories I've accrewed from the hundreds of survivors of this forgotten time in history. There are many survivors in our area as well as their descendants who have lived with the pain of not only what they survived, but also what they had to hide.

The German people are assumed to be guilty for what happened during World War II, but there's a huge population that never lived in Germany and where never part of what took place during the war. Through these stories I hope to help you learn a little bit more about what happened after the second World War and bring some awareness of how it still effects us today. 

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flyoverland February 03, 2013 at 07:33 AM
You should also look into to the Magyarization campaign of the Hungarians against all ethnic non-Hungarians during the late 1800's and early 20th Century. Czech and Slovak languages were targeted. Protestant religions were outlawed and many of the eastern European immigrants who came here from those regions came because of this attempt at ethic cleansing. (Accrewed = accrued).
RegalT62 February 04, 2013 at 12:55 AM
I don't mean to sound too critical but editing and spell check make the reading experience better for the Reader - and helps the Writer deliver her message. Both are needed here.

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