I've always wondered about the dynamics of the anti-Sudeten German atrocities in the months after the war. Were some areas and communities more impacted than others? One would think that the more ethnically mixed areas would have seen the worst amount of violence and killing, as there would have been plenty of ethnic Czechs in the area, but what about the heavily German areas like the Egerland etc? There, any perpetrators would have had to have been imported in and killings wouldn't have been spontaneous, and there would have been relatively few ethnic Czechs around, and my guess is that those local Czechs would have been more assimilated to the local German community which was such a big majority in that area.
The mother of the family that I stayed with in Germany was a Sudeten expellee and in her case they were given 24 hours notice to leave their homes. I don't know what part of the area she was from however.