[Ger-Poland-Volhynia] Resettlement after WW2

Caroline Brymora carolinebrymora at gmail.com
Sun Jan 1 13:23:25 PST 2017

Bob isn't it interesting how much more we learn after school.... when
we actually have an interest :)

On 2 January 2017 at 08:18, Bob Krampetz <bob.krampetz at gmail.com> wrote:
> There is quite a bit on this in Wikipedia.org    Enter "Expulsion of
> Germans after WWII"
> and you'll get several choices..   Google will give you those and more.   I
> learned more from these than ever mentioned in history classes.
>  Bob
> In a message dated 01/01/17 12:27:57 P.M. Pacific Standard Time,
> darel.e.paul at gmail.com writes:
> In a previous thread on lost villages, the matter of German resettlement
> after WW2 came up.
> I had the impression from the comments that the resettlement process was
> quite organized, and that Germans were expelled from particular villages in
> Poland or Volhynia and resettled after the war in particular villages,
> cities, or regions in Germany.
> Is this true? If so, are there sources which list which Polish or Volhynian
> villages resettled to which German areas? My German ancestors lived in the
> agricultural districts north, south, and west of Konin, Poland.
> Darel
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