LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS


1. German civilians murdered by Soviet forces, Nemmersdorf, East Prussia, October 20, 1944
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2. Grief-stricken German woman, a homeless expellee from the East
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3. Refugees escaping from East Prussia, winter 1945
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4. German members of the Civilian Labor Corps constructing anti-tank trenches in East Prussia, August 1944
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5. Flight over the ice of the Frisches Haff in East Prussia, winter, 1945
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6. A German refugee trek through the City of Danzig (Gdansk) fleeing the Red Army, February 1945
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7. A refugee trek with Fleeing German soldiers in East Prussia in the vicinity of Braunsberg, February 1945
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8. The medieval palace of the Grand Master of the Order of the Teutonic Knights, Marienburg, (Malbork) West Prussia
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9. The town hall of Breslau (Wroclaw), Silesia
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10. Prague Cathedral
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11. The Schwarzenberg Palace – Böhmisch Krummau (Cesky Krumlov)
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12. Rounding up German civilians, Prague, May 1945
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13. German civilians removing barricades, Prague, May 1945
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14. German woman beaten while removing barricades, Prague, May 1945
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15. Lidice, after its destruction by the SS, June 1942
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16. 1946 Transport of Expelled Sudeten Germans from the Buchau Camp
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17. Sudeten Germans arriving in Germany, 1945
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18. The medieval town of Güns (Köszeg), Western Transdanubia, Hungary
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19. View of Ödenburg (Sopron), Western Transdanubia, Hungary
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20. German refugee treks in Hungary, July 1944
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21. Emergency shelter for German-Hungarian refugees, Darmstadt, Hessen, 1946
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22. Typical baroque village church in the German settlements in Vojvodina, Serbia
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23. Austrian Army fortress of Petrovaradin, Neusatz (Novi Sad) on the Danube, Serbia
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24. Chetniks with German soldiers in a Serbian village
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25. Execution of Yugoslav civilians by the German Army, 1941
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26. SS poster listing Yugoslav civilians executed, January 1944
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27. German soldiers escort Yugoslav civilians from Kragujevac to be executed,
October 1941

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28. The Lutheran Cathedral in Hermannstadt (Sibiu), Romania
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29. St. George’s Cathedral in Temeschburg (Timisoara), Romania
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30. German peasants and Romanian soldiers fleeing the Soviet Army, Summer 1944
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31. A poster in Northern Transylvania exhorting Germans to stand firm against the Soviet Army
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32. Refugee children in a West German camp, 1945
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33. German Chancellor Brandt kneeling at the monument to the Warsaw Ghetto uprising,
December 1970

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34. Czech President Vaclav Havel welcoming German President Weizsäcker to Prague,
March 1990

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35. Monument to expelled Swabian Germans in Elek (Renndorf), Hungary
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36. Yugoslav President Tito visiting German Chancellor Brandt in Germany,
October 11, 1970

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