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GERMANY - POLAND: History
At the end of WWII, 12 million Germans living in Eastern Europe were forced to abandon their homes. An additional 1.5 million Poles were moved into the homes of the displaced Germans, when the border between Germany, Poland and the Soviet Union was redrawn. These forced expulsions were agreed upon at the Potsdam Conference in June 1945.[NB: should consequently by changed in other languages: …were sanctioned in the Potsdam Agreement in August 1945.]
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