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POSTELBERG MASSACRE REMEMBERED

Postelberg (now Postoloprty), in the province of Saaz (now Zatec) in Bohemia, about 60 kilometers northwest of the capital, Prague, had been a German town since the 12th century. The Postelberg massacre was one of the largest planned murder of German civilians. When the Soviet army pulled out of this newly “liberated” area, soldiers of … Continue reading