After the Second World War, the Sudeten Germans - many of whom had greeted the Nazi invasion in 1938 with alacrity - were unceremoniously bundled out of Czechoslovakia. The legal basis for the mass expulsion was formed by the decrees drawn up in wartime London by the Czech government-in-exile under president Edvard Beneš.
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