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expel

(ĕks-pĕl′) [L. expellere]
To drive or push out.
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Most important though was the re-establishment of social relationships, in which local expellee organizations played a significant role.
Like the rest of the expellee population, in the early postwar years Silesian Catholics found themselves strewn widely across West Germany, mired in poverty, and generally alienated from the native population.
The analogy between expellees and the holy family is not unique to the film.
Expellees deserved compensation, argued Adenauer's Justice Minister Thomas Dehler, because they, like the Jews, had suffered the destruction of political rights, property, and life.
When the Bavarian government tried to delay voting rights for ethnic German expellees, the U.
54,000 Germans migrated under the US Expellee Program (1950-52); over 11,000 of them went as "private household workers"; Displaced Persons Commission 1952, 368, 374, 376.
Among the notable conclusions was that the Sudeten Germans' claim of 250,000 dead among the expellees was wrong, and the Czech claim of 30,000 was more accurate.
The spokesman for the Hamas expellees seized on the Tel Aviv attack, which once more caused Israel to seal off the entire Gaza Strip, to make the point that Israel's security could not be helped by the deportations as the government had claimed.
in the 1950s, the memory work of establishing and preserving a set of meanings of the end of the war on the eastern front took place in interest group associations of expellees and POWs.
Several of the authors deepen our understanding of the process of expellee integration/assimilation by comparing developments in East Germany with the better-known West German case.
This ambiguity has proven to be a salient factor and can explain why, despite the fact that the integration of the expellees was more or less completed by the late 1950s, a so-called expellee identity remained a political factor to be reckoned with--particularly in relation to the reconciliation process between Germany and its neighbours in Central and Eastern Europe, well into the twenty-first century.
lt;pre> [In the eyes of the constitution, everyone is a German who holds German citizenship or who, as a refugee or expellee of German