qThis book examines the experiences of ethnic Germans fleeing the Russian advance into Eastern Europe, German civilians seeking refuge from bombed-out urban areas, non-Germans liberated from concentration camps or compulsory labor facilities, refugee bureaucrats from both Germany and the United Nations, American soldiers and erstwhile occupiers, and the community of Wildflecken itselfq--Jacket.ammunition and military equipment proved challenging, larger problems loomed in the management of real estate. ... of letters like the one sent by a local bureaucrat to various oflficials on behalf of a Schondra farmer who was trying to build a house on his property to house expellees. ... Particularly during the first year after the war, boar and red deer took KEEPING REFUGEES OCCUPIED, 1945*1948 115.
|Title||:||Strangers in the Wild Place|
|Author||:||Adam R. Seipp|
|Publisher||:||Indiana University Press - 2013|