Germans Still Roiled over Lost Land in Poland

Germany and Poland officially have declared the sensitive subject of land returns closed. Some Germans, who were forced to leave homes in what is now Poland after Germany surrendered in World War II, have been trying to get the property back — or at least to get recognition as victims.

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