This is a moot question since by now, 61 years after fighting stopped, all those 'displaced' have either passed on or been re-settled. As for the time right after the war, there was no 'German government' to do this type work. Germany was an occupied and wrecked country for about ten years after the war. By the time Germany had recovered sufficiently to be of assistance in this area, most of the refugees had found new homes. In the bigger picture one should question whether Germany had any duty to do this type work at all. They were hardly the only nation involved in creating displaced persons. What about the Soviets? They forcibly moved gigantic numbers of people before, during, and after the war. Some of these groups are still trying to recover their homelands stolen from them by Stalin's henchmen. These groups have a much greater claim to aid from Russia than any group has from Germany. Other nations were involved in creating refugees too. France and Bohemia forcibly expelled huge numbers of Germans without compensation and with brutal force for no other reason than revenge and hate. The Poles, victims of mass displacement by the Soviets and Nazis both, took out their hatred on ethnic Germans after the war creating about 2,000,000 displaced persons. Perhaps your question should be directed at the Poles who still sit on land stolen from German civilians. In the Far East there were also mass movements of peoples. As in Europe, the communists caused many persons to flee for their lives, perhaps in more numbers than in Europe. Japan suffered crushing numbers of Japanese forcibly ejected from colonial possessions, some of which they had controlled for decades. These persons were forced to relocate to an island nation desperately short of jobs, housing, food and all other necessities. Point is, your question implies that Germany alone created displaced persons and held/holds some special position of responsibility for them. I could scarcely disagree more. In fact, the German government is the only one I know of that pays a yearly indemnity, totally voluntary, to Israel, as compensation for losses suffered by Jews during WWII. Even though Germany was only one part, albeit a major part, of the Holocaust, they alone have shouldered this burden. Name Another Country who aided the holocauste that has accepted this expense: Ukraine? Lithuania? Poland - which had its own mini-holocaust after WWII? Russia? China? Japan? I know of none other than Germany. The simple answer is NO. All camps - except one - for displaced persons from WW2 and its immediate aftermath were dissolved by the end of 1952, and the last camp was wound up in 1957. Of course, people weren't always able to return to their original home countries, but by 1957 at the latest all DPs from WW2 had been found somewhere to live that offered reasonable prospects. On a point of information, the voluntary payments from West Germany to Israel came to an end in the mid 1970s, as planned and as previously announced.
The Allied soldiers freed the Jews by first giving out food. They soon learned that not too much food could be given, for their bodies were not used to rich foods. Camps like Bergen-Belsen were changed into DP Camps: Displaced Persons camps. The Allies tried to reunite families, although in many cases this was not possible.
The goal of the US in Korea was to reunite North and South Korea, and to instate a democratic government. They failed to reunite the north and south, but did instate a democratic government in the south.
They probably didn't. Most families were wiped out and killed. ___ The Red Cross helped people to find out what had happened to other members of their familes.
they both die and their families reunite in the end. both of their families realize their mistake and take pledge to not to fight because they have lost their kids
I will reunite this man with his wife
He married Elizabeth of York to reunite the families and increase the battles and hatred between them
Freedom helped strengthen African-American families by allowing them to reunite with their children. Also, freedom allowed former slaves to marry legally which meant that they could raise families without having to worry about being separated from their children.
he wanted to reunite the NATION
Rumors are that they might reunite for the Warped Tour in 09.
After many years of turmoil the lovers will reunite at sunset this upcoming Valentine's Day. Why would you want to reunite with THAT family member? Everyone feared the storm sure to come when the brothers would reunite. Won't it be wonderful when they finally reunite? After pusuing solo careers, the three original members of the rock band decided to reunite for one last world tour.
Yes the will reunite! They belong together! Feb. 4th baby!
Yes he did. He built indestructible Forces to reunite Japan
Lincoln was trying to reunite the nation. The confederacy succeeded from the union which caused the war and Lincoln was trying to reunite his country.
It is the hope of most fractured countries that a politician will emerge that will help to reunite them.
For trade purposes. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ They didn't "re"unite but merely united. The English government offered to pay off most of the money that the Scottish government lost during the Darien scheme.
for an example you could say... "I have a speical power where I can reunite a person with their family!" That can be a sentence.
The Immigration Act of 1978 passed by Pierre Trudeau and the Liberal Govt. had 3 main objectives. 1. Reunite families that had been separated for any reasons. 2. Accept the displaced and persecuted for humanitarian reasons 3. Attract people who promote the domestic and international needs of Canada, assessed by a point system. Info found in Spotlight Canada 4th Edition Oxford Gr. 10 History textbook.
Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.Once the child reaches eighteen years they can reunite if they wish.
To get Katie to come to your town, i think you have to go on Nintendo WI FI to another persons town. then you have to help reunite the mother and daughter and they will give you a rare gift.
The Freedmen's Bureau Wanted To: Give African Americans jobs Reunite families Settle conflicts between former slaves and landowners Build Schools
North Korea attempted to reunite Korea in June 1950 under a single communist government.