The Foundation Flight, Expulsion, Reconciliation develops and plans its own publications, such as conference documentation, catalogues for the permanent and temporary exhibitions, special issue publications, and educational materials for pupils and adults.
Twelve million refugees and expellees were registered in East and West Germany in 1950. They had to eke out a living under extremely difficult economic and social conditions. Cultural differences also presented a challenge to the coexistence of the locals and the new arrivals. This is also evident in the traditional clothing that some Hungarian Germans continued to wear.
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