Germany's Expellee Museum Charges of Historical Revisionism Stir Up Berlin

Those Germans who were expelled from Eastern Europe following World War II have long sought recognition of their plight. With a museum in sight, however, some associated with the project have been accused of historical revisionism. Germany, says one deputy board member, wasn't solely responsible for starting the war.
Displaced Germans in Berlin in 1945.

Displaced Germans in Berlin in 1945.

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