And when you saw how German minorities acted up in Czechoslovakia and Poland before the war, it certainly made it hard to garner any sympathy for them after they were expelled from those countries after the war.
True enough. You could say that about just about any European ethnics. I can’t think of any to whom I’d hand a straight-razor, then turn my back. British, maybe, but one can say they’re not really Europe, and one can also say they’re not really British anymore either....
“German minorities acted up in Czechoslovakia and Poland”
Be careful there. Germans were not the minority in all those places, and had been living there just as long as the Poles.