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The Sudeten German Question and Czechoslovak-German Relations Since 1989 (WHP 34)

Timothy Burcher
Whitehall Papers, 1 January 1996
Germany, Global Security Issues, Europe
Between the years 1945 and 1947, twenty-nine out of thirty German speakers who were on Czechoslovak soil at the end of the Second World War were ‘expelled’ from the region known as Sudetenland. The division of Europe rendered debate of these events futile, a mere game of rhetoric. Then in 1989 the ground rules suddenly changed.

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