That's interesting...some german has survived in Silesia after the expulsions?
Dude, ask me if you want to learn anything.
Silesia est omnis divisa in partes tres.
1. We have an upper Silesia (this thread is about) where local population rebelled in an armed struggle three times against German rule in 20' of the 20th century. Most territory of the upper Silesia was a part of Poland sicne1922. Local population speaks a local dialect which is peppered with words from the German language due to their long under the rule first of the Austrian and later German empires.
2. There Silesia called Opol- szczyzna (Oppeln), although technically it is a part of the upper Silesia it is a separate region and constitutes a separate administrative district of Poland. There long local people who consider themselves to be Polish, some they came after the WWII are Germans left
that at the present are heavily supported by the German state, hell they as a minority under the EU law they hold a seat in the Polish parliament.
Something which is denied to Poles in Germany.
3. Lower Silesia where you can find only very few leftovers from the German rule times. Alas some moved back, bought a house or a land that belonged to their ancestors and are doing OK.
I must use this opportunity lol! To say that those Germans are just germanised Slavic people. Hence unscientific and crazy ideology embraced by Hitler that acted to divide white people into some superficial racial sub-groups. He done more harm to the white people than all Muslim terrorist combined.
Yet Germans allegedly so clever and industrious people went/fell for it like a bunch of stupid sheeples. So they should thing twice rather then lecture others what is right and want is wrong and what countries in the EU shouldn't or should do.
OK dig over. Have a good day BB!