yeah, but I really idn't mean to imply they were lying, I don't know you nor your grandparents.
It merely is funny to me that almost everybody nowadays was in resistance where in reality this was like 5%, offcourse many more poeple weren't fond of the germans and where a littl naughty now and then, but the big majority just went on and tried to live as normal as possible.
And what I also didn't mean to imply was that 'everybody' who left was a nazi, there was just a better life/more means outside of europe after the war.
but anyway, I am happy for you that you still have your grandparents telling you tales of long gone.
and again: I didn't mean to imply your garndparents where lying.
It's fine, I know you weren't implying that
Also, it's definitely true that many if not most people who left were just looking for a better life. Leaving the over populated Hague and coming to The almost problematically underpopulated Saskatchewan (a pretty shitty place culturally, but we have room to breath) constitutes an improvement in my books. Not to disrespect, and I am proud of my heritage, but I am really glad they left