where do you live actually?
Why? Klotzkos old town was partly destroyed between 1959 and 1970 due to subsidence damages, which the new owners of the town didn't correct at an early stage.
Thats a lie i'm sorry, people needed homes , nobody "forfeited" them.
Then Poles historians lie, since my Polish source mentions Legnica and Lwówek Śląski. And btw., all Communist regimes prefered to built precast concrete slabs to counter the housing shortage, since it was much cheaper than preserving historic town centers.
You're an idiot none of cities you listed lost their old town, not even partially.
So, you think the old town of Jelenia Gora always looked like this:
Because, earlier the town looked like this:
Strange, isn't it? But since you ignored the pictures of Legnica too I think you don't want to know the truth but prefer to believe in your little fairy tale.
Oh, and thank you for calling me an idiot, you uninformed *]/%°>.
Omitted ones I won't comment about and I left just Wroclaw.
In short, in regards to that city, you have no idea what you are talking about.
Google Festung Breslau.
As I previously said, not everything can be explained by the war. During the early 50s Wrocław delivered up to 165 million bricks to Warsaw... each year. The whole eastern part of the old town, which was partly rebuildable, was sacrificed for it. Usually people like you have no clue how big the old town of Wrocław actually was.
But Wrocław is a completely different case anyway, since it was the main stage of the Communist propaganda efforts.
OK, mix the new communist system with general hatred to Germans after the horrendous war and then you will get the generally deprecating attitude to German property.
That's all I want to say here... ;)