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An Allied-supervised plebiscite was finally held in March 1921 to decide the future of Silesia. The residents of north and west Silesia, being mostly German, voted to remain as part of Germany. The German electorate represented about 60% of the population of Silesia. The Poles, although with a smaller overall percentage of the vote, carried the southern and eastern parts of Silesia. Silesia was effectively split by the plebiscite.
what exacly do you want to know about third revolt?
this true, but not all. on german side most of voting was emigrants. they came from western germany and they wasnt a silesian people. they was 182 288 persons (19,3% of voting)...
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