FireFoxy wrote:Hey ,UM are you shore. I don't think there was black humanbeings in Germany at that time.i think Germany was under the White policy same as britain, Australia.
Maybe you got confussed with America and france, if i can recall America and France were the only Countries that had african populations.
I seen a docomentry about a nazi newsreel saying that German race was much pure than the American Race cause they the Germans did not have African popualtion like America did.
I think the Africans in Germany at that time of ww2 was on hoilday visa's, they arn't German population but there on hoilidays.
The white policie change 13 years after ww2 finshed.
There was no such thing as Black germans before ww2 or during ww2.1958 United nations forced countrie's to let enthic populations in to there country,sep for Britain. Britain lost most of there population to Australia cause post ww2 condictions got to hard for the British people. Britain welcome african's into britain to repopulate britain.
But i know france and America had alot of african's living in france and America before ww2 and during ww2, i think you got confussed with France and America.
And i got nothing against Africans, i was just stating what was going on before and during and after WW2. Cheers.
This is possible getting a little OT but ...
I think you need to do a little research on this topic before making such sweeping generalisations.
There have been Black people living here in the UK since the Eighteenth Century if not earlier. I think you will find the same applies to all European countries which had colonial possessions in Africa.
The "Africans" - I assume you mean Black people living in the US were of course largely the descendents of slaves.
After WW2 there was a policy of recruiting Caribbean people to work in Britain - not from Africa. This was not to replace what you describe I think as "most of the population" who had moved to Australia where incidentally there was a Whites only migrant policy.