in Zlotorya, former Goldberg in former Silesia,
Silesia (Slask / Schlesien) is not "former" but present. The name of this historical region is a Slavonic name, it originated from the name of the Sleza Mountain and the Slezanie Slavonic tribe, conquered by Mieszko I of Poland.
in Zlotorya, former Goldberg
Zlotoryja (former Zlota Gora) is the oldest documented settlement with civic rights in Poland (although it is probable that some towns / cities received civic rights earlier but documents did not surive until modern times) - it was given civic rights by duke Henryk I Brodaty of Poland from Piast dynasty in year 1211.
Germans expelled by Poland
By whom? By Poland? Please don't joke. Rather by the USSR, Jewish communists and "The Big Three".
People responsible for these events were:
Stalin, Roosevelt, Churchill - they decided to deport Germans from these areas yet in Yalta and Potsdam. And on 20.02.1945 this decision was definitely confirmed by Joseph Stalin in his PKO decree No. 7558.
Joseph Stalin - he invented the whole plan of deportations, introduced it, was supervising it and giving instructions to his subjects.
Hilary Minc - Jew (mother's surname: Fajersztajn), communist, Stalin's agent, before the war - in 20s and 30s - demanded incorporation of Polish part of Upper Silesia to Germany (sic !), responsible for propaganda and terror.
Jacob Berman - Jew, communist, Stalin's agent, before the war - in 20s and 30s - demanded incorporation of Polish part of Upper Silesia to Germany (sic !), responsible for organization and direct supervision of deportations.
Wladyslaw Gomulka - communist, Soviet agent since mid 20s, Stalin's servant, member of the Russian Communist Party, in 1934 sentenced to five years of heavy prison for "acting to the detriment of the state of Poland and in the interest of Russia" (sic !).
Boleslaw Bierut - NKVD agent (sic !) since mid 20s, during the pre-war period active member of the Kommunisticzeskij Internacional, member of the Russian Communist Party.
Aleksander Zawadzki - communist, Soviet agent since mid 20s, member of the Russian Communist Party and Polish Communist Party of course too, voivode of Katowice after WW2.
All of these communists, enemies of the Polish state and the Polish nation, puppets or agents of Stalin mentioned above came to power in Poland thanks to Stalin and his services, without any elections (first elections in Poland - completely falsified by the puppet communist government with support of Stalin by the way - took place in 1947).
The only legal Polish government - the Polish Government in Exile (in Great Britain) was not
supporting deportations of Germans from Poland and was always decidedly against such deportations.
Now the borders in Europe are open and the Germans could simply buy property and settle in Western Poland in Former East Prussia. In this case they would pay taxes in Poland ans the Poles pay taxes in the UK, Ireland working there. Would it be a solution?
This problem is already non existant.
Most of these persons who had to leave their homes after the war, are now dead. Only their grandchildren and sometimes children are alive, but vast majority of them were born in present Germany and there is their homeland.
The family of Erika Steinbach - who claims to be one of the "expelled" ones - came to Poland during the Second World War (they settled in a house of some expelled or brutally murderred by Germans Polish family). There are many of such people in Germany, who wants to "get back their property", which was in fact stolen by Nazi Germany from Poles between 1939 and 1944. Family of Erika Steinbach settled in Rumia - which was Polish in 1939, and was occupied by Germany during WW2. Erika was born in 1943, and was not "expulsed" - Poland just received back its pre-39 property.