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Expellees and refugees of German ethnic origin.

Expellees and refugees of German ethnic origin.

Report of a special subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, pursuant to H. Res. 238, a resolution to authorize the Committee on the Judiciary to undertake a study of immigration and nationality problems.

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Published by U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1939-1945 -- Refugees.,
  • Germans.

  • Edition Notes

    Series[U. S.] 81st Cong., 2d sess. [1950] House. Report, no. 1841
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD809.G3 U65 1950
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 87 p.
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6085251M
    LC Control Number50060471
    OCLC/WorldCa4067216

    Make American Humanitarianism Great Again DPs expellees of German ethnic origin over a two-year period ending in Syrian refugees of today, the German expellees were seen. Walter, Francis E. (): Expellees and Refugees of German ethnic Origin. Report of a Special Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, HR 2nd Session, Report No. , Washington, Ma Cornelia Znoy: Die Vertreibung der Sudetendeutschen nach Österreich /Country: Czech Republic.

      Bound by the Potsdam Accords, British authorities allowed ethnic German expellees from the East to enter their zone; however, they were determined to deter the influx of Jewish infiltrees, refusing to grant the latter DP status and the accompanying extra rations, housing consideration, and protection. 55 They treated Jews who entered on German Cited by: 1.   Between and , nearly 12 million German refugees and expellees flocked to the territory of today's Germany. They were either German nationals who had lived in areas intermittently under German jurisdiction prior to , or ethnic Germans from other parts of Poland, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, and Yugoslavia. About two-thirds of these.

      Astonishingly, however, the millions of ethnic German expellees, far from becoming a disruptive element in postwar West German society, integrated seamlessly into it within a few years.   The influx and plight of over twelve million refugees and expellees after World War II caused grave concerns among the West German Catholic clergy. Clergymen feared that the desperate newcomers would become radicalized. A commonly accepted notion of radicalism, however, failed to Cited by: 1.


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Expellees and refugees of German ethnic origin by Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Federation of Expellees (German: Bund der Vertriebenen; BdV) is a non-profit organization formed in West Germany on 27 October to represent the interests of German nationals of all ethnicities and foreign ethnic Germans and their families (usually naturalised as German nationals after ) who either fled their homes in parts of Central and Eastern Europe, or were forcibly expelled.

Filed under: Germany — Tags: Dachau, ethnic cleansing, German expellees, refugees — furtherglory @ am I am reading a book entitled A Terrible Revenge by Alfred-Maurice de Zayas. It is about the ethnic Germans who were the subjects of “ethnic cleansing” after World War II.

Stories of Integration: Ethnic German Refugees and Expellees in (West) Germany, - by. Janine White. Henry Rutgers Scholars. A thesis in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the. Henry Rutgers Scholars Program. Written under the direction of. Belinda Davis and Jochen Hellbeck.

Departments of History and German. Rutgers. West German politicians responded in more temperate fashion. The Charter of the German Expellees, adopted by the West German government in Augustrejected “all thought of revenge and retaliation,” pinning its hopes instead on European unity “as the only permanent solution to the continent’s minority problems.”Author: Peter Gatrell.

The Institute for Research of Expelled Germans (Institut für Vertriebenenforschung) is an academic research organisation documenting the largely unknown story of more t, ethnic German civilians who were subjected to deportation, compulsory labour, and in many cases starvation and ethnic violence *AFTER* World War II.

"Expellees and Refugees of German Ethnic Origin." Report of a Special Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, 81st Congress, HR 2nd Session, Report No. Ma Fabian, Béla.

"Khrushchev's broken promise on slave labor in Russia." U.S. NEWS &. The Federal Law on Refugees and Exiles (German: Bundesvertriebenengesetz, BVFG; Gesetz über die Angelegenheiten der Vertriebenen und Flüchtlinge; literally: Law on the affairs of the expellees and refugees) is a federal law passed by the Federal Republic of Germany on 19 May to regulate the legal situation of ethnic German refugees and expellees who fled or were expelled after World War.

At the end of the Second World War, some 12 million German refugees and expellees left their homelands to return to what remained of the former Reich. The task of integrating the dispossessed in post-war Germany was one of the most daunting challenges facing the /5(24).

The German term Deutsche originates from the Old High German word diutisc (from diot "people"), referring to the Germanic "language of the people". It is not clear how commonly, if at all, the word was used as an ethnonym in Old High German.

Used as a noun, ein diutscher in the sense of "a German" emerges in Middle High German, attested from the second half of the 12th ina: 3, (descent). the changing relationship between expellees and the german, czech, and polish governments.

Print this Article • Font Sise: + • Send this Article to a Friend. HOW TO CITE THIS SCHOLARLY ESSAY: Institute for Research of Expelled Germans. Define expellee. expellee synonyms, expellee pronunciation, expellee translation, English dictionary definition of expellee.

A civilian outside the boundaries of the country of his or her nationality or ethnic origin who Expellee - definition of expellee by The Free Dictionary Second, many of the candidates, namely the ethnic German. This film is NOT the property of the Institute for Research of Expelled Germans.

All rights reserved. With the political changes between andethnic unmixing and ethnic migration reached a new climax. State formation in the aftermath of the dissolution of the Soviet Union and the collapse of Yugoslavia led to a new dynamic of interethnic relations between majority and minority populations.

The break-up of these two multi-ethnic states created new minorities and made certain members. Germany had also lost one-third of its pre territory to Poland and Czechoslovakia, which were, along with other states, forcibly expelling a diverse group of ethnic Germans from the new countries of Eastern Europe to the occupation zones.

Bymillion ethnic German expellees were registered in the two German states. Full text of "The Ethnic German Refugee In Austria" See other formats. Armenians Asian assimilation Aussiedler Baltic became Belarus cent Central and Eastern citizens citizenship law co­ethnic conflict countries of origin cultural demographic deported developed discourse Eastern Europe economic emigration Estonia ethnic cleansing ethnic German immigrants ethnic groups ethnic minorities ethnic Russians ethno.

Ethnic German resettler status. Ethnic German resettlers are people of German descent from the successor states of the former Soviet Union and other Eastern European states whose right of residence in Germany is based on a special procedure and who fulfil all the standardised prerequisites set out in the Federal Expellees Act.

Spouses and children may also fall under these regulations. Ethnic Germans in Syrmia, Slavonia, Croatia and Bosnia, part two Ethnic Germans in Syrmia, Slavonia, Croatia und Bosnia, part three The Habsburg Heart of Europe. motivations of German repatriates remigrating again.

The Background. Ethnic German resettlement to Germany came in three waves: • The immediate post War time period during which an estimated 8 million expellees were granted German citizenship • The ColdWar era- coinciding with the adoption of the „Law of return“ until the.

Ethnic Germans had a long, substantial and peaceful presence in Russian lands for many generations. Most were farmers drawn to the area long ago in the days of Czars. The requisitions of threatened the existence of the Ukrainian-German villages. In Kandel, Grossliebental, Franzfeld, Josephtal and Landua, hundreds died from rampant starvation caused by the Bolsheviks fiendishly.

(German Edition of the Walter Report, Expellees and Refugees of German Ethnic Origin.) The vast majority of these millions, according to Kulischer, (Europe on the Move, NY,p. ) were Sudeten Germans. Approximatelywere Carpathian : Tony Radspieler.Germany - Germany - Ethnic groups: The Germans, in their various changes of territory, inevitably intermingled with other peoples.

In the south and west they overran Celtic peoples, and there must at least have been sufficient communication for them to adopt the names of physical features such as rivers and hills; the names Rhine, Danube, and Neckar, for example, are thought to be of Celtic. 4 Expellees and Refugees of German Ethnic Origin.

Report of a Special Subcommittee of the Committee on the Judiciary, House of Representatives, 81st Congress, 2. Session. Report No. (Washington, D.

C. Ma ), pp. 5– by: 4.