Germanophobia and Ethnic Cleansing by Dr. Kearn Schemm, 2010 (full)
Published: 2018-02-24

The Experience and Legacy of Displacement, Forced Labour, and Expulsion of over 10,000,000 Civilians."

Scholar, writer, UN diplomat, and Vice President of the German World Alliance Dr. Kearn Schemm speaks at an academic conference on ethnic cleansing against German minorities called "The Forgotten Genocide" in St. Louis, Missouri in February of 2010.

Included is a discussion of the historical role of the German people in Germany and in diaspora (including in shaping American history), the problem of widespread Germanophobia, the depiction of ethnic Germans as innate warmongers, and lastly their expulsion and imprisonment in American internment camps alongside Japanese-Americans and ethnic cleansing in Eastern Europe after World War II.


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