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Heinz Nawratil

Heinz Nawratil
Born 1937
Suchdol nad Odrou, Czechoslovakia
Nationality German
Occupation Lawyer, author and human rights activist

Heinz Nawratil (born 1937 in Suchdol nad Odrou, Czechoslovakia) is a German lawyer, legal author and human rights activist.

After World War II Nawratil settled in Bavaria, West Germany, where he grew up in Miesbach. He studied law, earned a doctorate and has been working as a civil law notary since 1970.[1] He was awarded the Förderpreis of the »Stiftung der Deutschen Gemeinden und Gemeindeverbände zur Förderung der Kommunalwissenschaften« in 1965. [2] He has written books on legal subjects which have been printed in over a million copies. He is also known for his research on the expulsion of Germans after World War II.

Selected publications

  • BGB leicht gemacht, Ewald von Kleist-Verlag, 30th edition, 2008, ISBN 3-87440-210-X
  • Der Kult mit der Schuld. Geschichte im Unterbewusstsein, Universitas Verlag, 3rd edition, 2006, ISBN 3-8004-1439-2
  • Die deutschen Nachkriegsverluste unter Vertriebenen, Gefangenen und Verschleppten, Ullstein, 1986, ISBN 3-548-33066-5, Neuauflage Ares-Verlag, Graz 2008, ISBN 978-3-902475-49-7
  • Die Vertreibung der Deutschen : unbewältigte Vergangenheit Europas, Bund der Vertriebenen, 1991, ISBN 3-925103-47-3
  • HGB leicht gemacht, Ewald von Kleist-Verlag, 21st edition, 2007, ISBN 3-87440-206-1
  • Schwarzbuch der Vertreibung 1945 bis 1948. Das letzte Kapitel unbewältigter Vergangenheit, Universitas Verlag, 14. Auflage 2007, ISBN 3-8004-1387-6
  • Vertreibungsverbrechen an Deutschen. Tatbestand, Motive, Bewältigung, Ullstein, 5. Auflage 1987, ISBN 3-548-33084-3
  • Die Versöhnungsfalle/Deutsche Beflissenheit und polnisches Selbstbewußtsein, München 2011, ISBN 978-3-8004-1497-0


  1. ^ Alfons Huber: Achter Mai 1945, Hohenrain Verlag, 1987, S. 308 Online
  2. ^ p. 4

External links

  • Heinz Nawratil in the German National Library catalogue
  • Die große Flucht: Umsiedlung, Vertreibung und Integration der deutschen Bevölkerung, Reviewed by James Bjork
  • Homepage of Dr. Heinz Nawratil
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