The structure of national minorities on Lubusz Land became stable at the beginning of 1950s.That is why the period of 1945-1950 was the time in which the new society of this terrain had been shaping. This process was inextricably connected with the international policy regarding the changes of borders. As a result of political decisions, not only were the borders moved, bur the society structure of the Polish-German borderlands were also changed. ; Therefore a problem of determining the nationality and citizenship of many people had arisen. This issue concernedpeople defined as native or indigenous. Such persons received Polish nationality after a complicated and oftentimes imposed verifying process. The verification and a number of repressions brought down on these people resulted in a number of conflicts and a tendency among the indigenous people to emigrate from Poland to the Federal Republic of Germany and to the German Democratic Republic. ; The year 1950 is generally considered the date ending the period of organized displacement of the German population. During that year, the Stare Repatriation Office was dissolved and the displacements were therefore considered as finished. Bur German issues both in Poland, and on Lubusz Land specifically, were still not solved. According to the Political Departament and the survey conducted in December 1947 over 100 thousand Germans were still living on the terrains governed by th Miistry of Public Administration.