Delo: On Thin Ice
Ljubljana, 29 June - East Prussia has been off the European map for 60 years, wiped out by the allies at the 1945 Potsdam conference, when the Polish border was moved west and Germany was divided. Millions of exilees from east Prussia and their descendants, like the Sudeten Germans, could and cannot forget the post-war events, remembers Saturday's issue of daily Delo. The demand for Warsaw to finally remove the "Bierut decrees", the basis for the exiles, has moved the dangerous dispute between Germany and the Czech Republic to Poland as well, believes Delo.
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