Postwar Czechoslovak authorities refused to exempt German-speaking Jews from anti-German policies, forcing them to prove their anti-fascist credentials in order to avoid persecution and expulsion. Documents from the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration Mission to Czechoslovakia not only shed light on the cases of expelled German-speaking Jews, but also show that many sought to be included on transports because they found conditions in postwar Czechoslovakia unbearable.


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