Federal Expellee Law

The Federal Expellee Law (Bundesvertriebenengesetz, BVFG) is a German federal law of May 19, 1953 which regulates the rights of German refugees from Central and Eastern Europe and defines who is considered expellees. The major force behind the law was the All-German Bloc/League of Expellees and Deprived of Rights party.

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