Přesídlování Čechů, Slováků, Poláků a Němců z bývalého Sovětského svazu do vlasti jejich předků
RESETTLEMENT OF CZECHS, SLOVAKS, POLES AND GERMANS FROM THE FORMER SOVIET UNION TO THE COUNTRIES OF THEIR FOREFATHERS
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The article focuses on the problem of resettlement of Czechs, Slovaks, Poles and Germans who lived on the territory of the former Soviet Union, to the countries of their forefathers. It is centered especially on the period of the 1990s. After the disintegration of the Soviet Union in the year 1991 important streams of migration occurred, especially out of those former Soviet republics with certain ethnic minorities. The Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland and Germany arranged conditions for the resettlement of their countrymen and their family members in the areas of legislature as well as the material support. While in the case of Czechs, Slovaks and Poles smaller groups were resettled (1-3 thousands of persons), there were about 2 millions of Germans.
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