Just one note:
all ethnic Germans (Kralik calls them Bohemian Germans) were expelled from Czech territories after the war.
Not quite accurate, 10% of Sudeten Germans were allowed to remain on the basis of inter-ethnic marriages and other compassionate grounds, others, such as the Nazi sympathiser and vociferous anti-semite, glass entrepreneur Walter Reidel, were rightly treated as war criminals, and held by the Soviet Russian government. It is believed that Rudolf Schroetter, chose
to stay, in his position of designer for Sklarny Inwald.
Despite the attempts of heirs of Sudeten Germans, to recover property confiscated as war reparations, during Gerhard Schroeder's last visit to the Czech Republic as German Chancellor, Schroeder renounced all German claims to the disputed property.