The Anti-Germans form one of the main camps within the broader Antifa movement, alongside the Anti-Zionist anti-imperialists, after the two currents split between the 1990s and the early 2000s as a result of their diverging views on Israel. In 2006 Deutsche Welle estimated the number of anti-Germans to be between 500 and 3,000.
20,000 Germans were forced to leave Brno for camps in Austria. Z. Beneš reported 800 deaths. Estimates of those killed in the Ústí massacre range from not less than 42 up to 2,000 civilians. Recent estimates range from 80 to 100 deaths. 763 ethnic Germans were shot dead in and around Postelberg (now Postoloprty).