“[Germany must keep] not a single plane, no navy, their war industry must be absolutely broken up. A lot of blood will flow after the war. Many Germans will be killed in your [Edvard Beneš] country [Czechoslovakia] as well—it cannot be helped and I agree with it. After a few months we’ll say “that’s enough”, and we shall start on the work of peace: try the guilty men who stayed alive.”
– Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill, April 3, 1943, over lunch with Edvard Beneš and Jan Masaryk.
Churchill foresaw and condoned massacres of Sudeten Germans