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Centre dedicated to displaced Germans after WWII "Flight, Expulsion, Reconciliation" opens in Berlin

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Berlin, Jun 23 (EFE) .- (Camera: María Alonso Martos) The documentation centre "Flight, Expulsion, Reconciliation" opened to the public on Wednesday in Berlin after 20 years of debate around its exhibition focused on the 14 million Germans displaced after World War II unleashed by Nazism.FOOTAGE OF THE DOCUMENTATION CENTRE.SOUNDBITES OF GUNDULA BAVENDAMM, DIRECTOR OF THE CENTRE.

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