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“Millions of German Reichsdeutsche (German citizens) and millions of ethnic German Volksdeutsche...Flight and expulsion of Germans (1944–50)
“Approximately six million Polish citizens, divided nearly equally between non-Jewish and Jewish...World War II crimes in occupied Poland
“Lebensraum listen (help·info) (German for "habitat" or literally "liferoom") was an important...Lebensraum
“Bloody Sunday (German language: Bromberger Blutsonntag ; Polish language: Krwawa niedziela ) was...Bloody Sunday (1939)
“Drang nach Osten (German for "yearning for the East", "thrust toward the East", "push eastward...Drang nach Osten
“The German Nazi crimes against the Polish nation, claimed approximately 5.6 million, to 5.8...Nazi crimes against the Polish nation
“The slogan Nur für Deutsche (English: "Only for Germans") was during World War II, in many...Nur für Deutsche
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Pages in category "Germany–Poland relations"
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