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Yes, there were quite a few displaced citizens because after the war, Germany lost a lot of land, including land that they had before the war so all the people living In German towns (especially ones living near France) were displaced. These people either were killed, or they went back to Germany or they became a citizen of the country they were in. Jerman Jews were also displaced.

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