B095 - The Sudeten-German Tragedy / By Austin J. App, Ph.D.

 Tragedy began when in 1919 the “Champions of Democracy”  tore the Sudeten Germans from Austria.  Then, after another Allied crusade for “freedom”, they became the victims of the most brutal atrocity, when the Czech “Democrats” drove three millions of them from their homelands and did 241,000 of them to death.  The Sudeten Germans, one of the most Christian and most decent people of the world, had become the unluckiest. Paperback, 84 pp