After more than a decade of public debate, common ground continues to be elusive for Czechs and Sudeten Germans by Lubos Palata AUGSBURG, Germany–The spirited sounds of a brass band danced on the air as a parade of people wearing folk costumes and brandishing age-old heraldic flags marched into the packed meeting hall. This year’s […]

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