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Opa wrote:Posen was founded by Germans, even if the countryside remained slavic. Modern nation-state solutions were simply the worst for such areas.
Pirx wrote:Opa wrote:Posen was founded by Germans, even if the countryside remained slavic. Modern nation-state solutions were simply the worst for such areas.
Berlin was founded by slavic-lausitz tribe Obodrzyce. The name "Berlin" former "Berlo" means "scepter" .Most eastern German town in IX century was Magdeburg, between Elbe and Oder lived tribes like Wielets, Obodrzyce, Lausitze (today also i can see names Cottbus-Chociebuz, Bautzen-Budisin, Zittau-Zytawa), Rugosan (isle Rugia). They were not Poles, but tribes incoming to this land on V-VI century.East from those tribes lives Poles.
Poznan was first capital of Poland, and earlier main town of Polanie tribe (known since IX century). On the "Convention in Gniezno" in year 1000, german emperor Otto IIIrd told to polish suveren Boleslav, that all lands east from Oder river belongs to Poland .
Read some historic books instead to write so rubbish stuff.
Opa wrote:That's what I suspected--Polish ultranationalists.
And yes, indeed, I am a supporter of Erika Steinbach, and proud of it. She's a fine lady, struggling for decency and justice. The Zentrum gegen Vertreibungen will be built, even if half Poland stands on its head and wriggle with their toes.
. She's a fine lady, struggling for decency and justice.
Danzig was 98% German, and so since many centuries--those Polish Ultranationalists had no legitimate business there in 1939.
It is the population living there as settled population in the 20th that counts for the 20th century. And that population was German
Hans wrote:Polish/German/Chinese/Uzbeks? Who cares? It's people that count, nationalities are only artificial bullsh.. . I defy any European, to prove that he is a full blood (whatever that means) anything.
\The so called Poles on here are probably Germans,
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