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By Alfred de Zayas
The author gives an account of the horrifying expulsion of 15 million German-speaking men, women and children from East Central Europe in the months after the end of WWII. Millions died. The story of that atrocity is virtually unknown in the English-speaking world.
Over 70 photos and maps, softcover, 352 pages.
This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 29 June, 2010.