Furthermore, if you look at the text you may find the sentence "in an orderly and humane manner". How could it happen that hundreds of thousand or even more than a million people died during the expulsion?
No numbers as to cause of death during population transfer are available.However as you have seen the number over a milion isn't true according to new research.Most likely people died due to disease and famine, and quite a few of these deaths were in current Germany territory after population transfer was made.
It seems like the Polish authorities could not find all Germans, either they weren't registered as Germans or could hide away when the expellers arrived the towns.
Hide ? You are speaking about over a milion of people.Probably those not involved with Nazi party or those whos movement wasn't necessery stayed.
And if Poles came under same decrees of SU or whatever country it makes the expulsion somehow right? Show me the reasonable connection. If a law is directed against a population and another law against another population BOTH laws are wrong and you don't make a law "right" in case you target another group of people. It is insane reasoning.
It isn't insane.The fact that decress nationalizing property were issued to all inhabitants of Polish territory means this wasn't an action directed against particular ethnic group but part of much wider social reform.
Are you making fun of me?
And could you answer why the difference between Polish and German attitude towards population transfer of both nations after the war ?
Population transfer is only an euphemism.
Not really.The UN document shows that not every population transfer is considered ethnic cleansing.
Doesn't sound the word "to make room for Poles" nice? I exchange Poles and get "to make room for Germans". Doesn't ring a bell? Or the term "Lebensraum"? Hitler took your reasoning to justify the war in the east.
Wrong.And obvious rather attempt to make Poles and Nazi's equal.The Lebensraum theory doesn't fit here since in it Germans expanded their territory on their own while Poles were forced by foreign power to move from their homeland into a ruined land.German Reich also considered those affected as animals unlike Polish state.
I wrote the Poles were ethnical cleansed from todays Ukraine and Germans had the same fate in the west. Two wrongs don't make a right.
Not really, Poles were moved from Ukraine, ethnic cleansing is a lot more brutal then simple population transfer.In view of postwar situation I can hardly see such moves as wrong or right.It was necessery.
All people who took part in crimes either Germans, Poles or Americans or whatever must be brought to justice.
Another attempt to make Nazis and their victims equal.You may accuse invidual people who commited acts of criminal nature, but your sentence avoids the fact that the German Reich as a state was engaged in genocide with support of large part of its population.Neither Poland or USA engaged in state genocide aimed at exterminating another nation.You also ignore the fact that one of the reasons for population transfer of German minority was its previous patricipation(by minority organisations) in Reich conquests and atrocities.
Only this reaction shows that it is a hot potatoe for you.
Trying to present Nazis and their victims as equals(by saying "all people who took part in crimes either Germans, Poles or Americans") is going to evoke reactions.You are right in this.
I ask for legal justice
Great.I look forward to your complaints issued at USA, Grt.Britain, and Soviet Union as well as trying to get Germany pay for 650 billions of dollars of damage to Poland, as well as compensating families of all its 6 milion dead, as well as countless wounded, also I look forward for the attempt to move Poles from western Poland into former Eastern Poland as well as Ukrainians from former Polish territory
Forgetting of course the fact that Poles as well as their friends Ukrainians don't want any of this.
Of course If you want nothing so absurd as above I really don't see what stops you for issuing for persecution of people involved in excess, since you are so certain that they happened.
PS:Btw I am still waiting for your answer as to the reasons of German hostility towars Poles:
Dexx you claimed German states hostility to Poles resulted from Poland taking away German lands.But during XIX century the Polish state didn't exist after Vienna Congress, nevertheless Poles were persecuted in Prussia which of course took apart Poland in Partitions in late XVIII century.Furthermore what territories do you have in mind and in what period ?