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  • n. Plural form of expellee.


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  • It is remarkable because the commitment was made not in the time of general prosperity but in the year 1951 when the government was still attempting to cope with the gigantic problems of reconstruction and the equally gigantic problem of the nine million refugees and expellees from the Soviet Zone.

    Challenge to Germany—1961

  • It should be noted that the majority of expellees from East Prussia were women and children that had nothing what so ever to do with the Holocaust.

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  • Like South Ossetians, these over 200,000 Serbian refugees and expellees from Kosovo will want to return.

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  • When those involved were expelled after a huge public row over all sorts of things to do with how the party in hackney was run (at the time the press described the expellees as the good guys - they weren't) then it became the party they joined (ie the Lib Dems) who took it up.

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  • Today the grandchildren of these huge numbers of German expellees and refugees have certainly heard tales from their elders of the injustice of having to leave one's ancestral home simply because of one's ethnicity.

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  • Zambia is now hosting a total of 75,000 registered refugees from neighbouring countries, including 28,106 Congolese expellees who entered Zambia since the influx started on March 4 this year, a

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  • Therefore, the total number of expellees in West Germany today amounts to 9.3 million uprooted people who when they came brought nothing with them, except what they wore on their backs.

    Expellees—A Problem of a Divided Germany

  • In areas with a very high percentage of expellees new industries were created providing employment.

    Expellees—A Problem of a Divided Germany

  • Fiscal and economic tasks of unheard of scope had to be faced in order to help the expellees and refugees, to provide work for them and to give them an equal chance.

    Expellees—A Problem of a Divided Germany

  • All this was only possible by giving complete political and economic equality to the millions of refugees and expellees in order to re-individualize them and to make them share the life of the community as if they had always been a part of it.

    Expellees—A Problem of a Divided Germany


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