Forced Migrations

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German Proposals for Resettement of Europe

Since the beginning of the present war, Germany has followed a policy of regrouping populations and nations which seems to be a distinct reversal of the pre-Munich demand for sovereignty over all lands where Germans live. The new program was announced by Hitler in a speech to the Reichstag on October 6, 1939, a few days after the capture of Warsaw, but its implications went largely unnoticed at the time because attention was focussed on the bid for peace which ...

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