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Minor eventsEdit

In addition to largest scale evacuations/expulsions there were smaller and less visible: Roma into camps, Japanese and Koreans from Manchukuo after war, etc. On yet smaller scale: e.g. when Wehrmach set up military training districts in Czechoslovakia people living there were unceremoniously thrown out (though not liquidated), or some South Tirol Germans were resettled from Italy to Moravia in similar way. Breaking down Czechoslovakia (just before WWII) drove wave of refugees from Sudetenland and Slovakia. Pavel Vozenilek

Nothing about evacuationsEdit

According to the title the article should cover evacuations of civilians, the biggest in the West 1940 and East 1941-1943, probably above 30 million. Xx236 (talk) 09:29, 3 August 2015 (UTC)[]

Bibliography not neutralEdit

The Bibliography section contains several texts regarding post-war expulsion of Germans. It's not obvious that th expulsion belongs here but if it belongs, books about other expulsion sshould be listed also.Xx236 (talk) 08:21, 17 September 2015 (UTC)[]

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