4 edition of Czechoslovakia and the Sudete Germans found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 112 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|3||Czechoslovak sources and documents.|
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The inferiority complexes that had been growing in the Czech people for centuries pushed them to a terrible discharge of their pent-up fury. The only central European city not destroyed. At the community elections on April 22, 1938, the Party wins 91. However, attorneys for the aristocrats respond that the state cannot argue good faith ownership of a property that it itself confiscated.
Czechs emphasise this as an additional justification for the expulsions, although they proceeded to expel millions of ethnic Germans from the entire country rather than a few thousand from one region.
The ethnic German minority in Bohemia operated as a disproportionately powerful and wealthy ethnic caste that consistently subsumed Czech desires for autonomy and freedom, leading to enduring inter-ethnic contumacy. One particularly controversial decree granted immunity from prosecution to Czechs who committed crimes against the Germans.
I can say that not everyone was like this, not everyone was running in the street shooting germans and raping them and mutilating Czechoslovakia and the Sudete Germans and all of the things that are written above.
"German Sudetenland group revises charter to exclude 'reclamation of homeland. To this day, the property of individual Jews and even entire Jewish communities has yet to be returned, because of concern over how generous treatment of them will affect the claims of Germans expelled from the Sudetenland. After Slovak President Josef Tiso called on Hitler on March 13, 1939 to request his aid and support in achieving independence for Slovakia, the Slovak Parliament, convened by Tiso and Dr.
Individuals were usually seen as Bohemians, Moravians or Silesians. They had come to these regions and also to purely German towns and villages as officials or teachers, for example. At that, the leader of the partisans tore up the paper with the names and declared that he would instead choose 20 people from the crowd to be shot.
Hundreds of Germans had been herded together on the parade ground in the Czech town of Postoloprty known in German as Postelberg on June 6, 1945, just a month after the end of World War II in Europe.
Meanwhile, the macabre spectacle in Peter's Square had continued.
Compounding-the Spartan conditions, Maria Zatschek recalled-that-on the-night of 31 st May 1945, the women-and-girls-of the camps were often exposed to-intruding Red Army-personnel-who-would-sexually-abuse-the-already malnourished prisoners.
This appellation utilizes the broad definition of Bohemia, which includes all of the three Bohemian crown lands: , and.
Goldstein, Erik; Lukes, Igor 12 October 2012.