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+Suomut+
Wednesday, November 3rd, 2004, 11:51 PM
Below are some Bavarian, B.-Württemberger, Hessian Emblems (flags/pins/decals/shirts/etc.) I found @ http://www.flagline.com/id01Q02 ; http://www.flagline.com/id01Q01 ; http://www.flagline.com/id01Q07 ; http://www.flagline.com/id70G14 (good site):


http://www.flagline.com/images/pins/german/bay.jpg

http://www.flagline.com/countries/images/de-bavaria-lions.jpg

http://www.flagline.com/images/pins/german/bw.jpg

http://www.flagline.com/images/pins/german/hes.jpg

http://www.flagline.com/images/pins/german/nschl.jpg




:thumbup :) :thumbup

SickofSociety
Wednesday, July 27th, 2005, 06:04 PM
Here is another interesting Site for you guys.
A historical view on the Heraldik of Germany with alot of pictures

Enjoy
http://www.ngw.nl/int/dld/germany.htm

Unbrechbar
Tuesday, March 7th, 2006, 07:42 AM
http://www.ngw.nl/int/dld/images/baden.jpg

I like Baden more then Baden-Württemberg. In Baden we Badenser are alone not with this Schwaben...;)

Imperator X
Tuesday, April 11th, 2006, 08:02 PM
I have reason to believe that atleast one half of my paternal great-grandmother's family came from Baden Wurttemberg. This would mean that they were Catholic, yes? What else makes Baden Wurttemberg and Bavaria distinct from other regions of Germany?

OdinThor
Tuesday, April 11th, 2006, 08:10 PM
I have reason to believe that atleast one half of my paternal great-grandmother's family came from Baden Wurttemberg. This would mean that they were Catholic, yes? What else makes Baden Wurttemberg and Bavaria distinct from other regions of Germany?

Yes, its very likely they have been catholic.

If you want some stereotypes: They are avaricious, are very diligent and cant speak proper german. ;)

Nordgau
Tuesday, April 11th, 2006, 09:54 PM
Actually Catholicism and Protestantism almost hold the balance in "South-West".


Für Baden-Württemberg insgesamt ergibt sich (Stand 2004):

* röm.-katholisch 38,1%
* evangelisch 34,1%
* andere Konfessionen und Konfessionslose 20%
* muslimisch ca. 6%
* neuapostolisch ca. 1%
* buddhistisch ca. 0,3%
* hinduistisch ca. 0,2%
* israelitisch ca. 0,1%

Oswiu
Tuesday, April 11th, 2006, 10:06 PM
I like Baden more then Baden-Württemberg. In Baden we Badenser are alone not with this Schwaben...;)
Hehe! I can well understand such regionalistic feelings! Imagine if my county was united with the one nextdoor to form Lanca-Yorkshire... :-O A horrible thought! Though of course I would unite with a Yorkshireman against a fellow countryman from London, say! ;) Is it much the same with you Sud Deutschers?

About those Suebians... What tribe are Badenser from, then? Allemani? Is it really so clear-cut and defined?

Hmm, didn't Ptolemy the Geographer include the Angiloi with the Suevi? Perhaps I should stand up for my Swaffish cousins! :D

Nordgau
Tuesday, April 11th, 2006, 11:04 PM
Hehe! I can well understand such regionalistic feelings! Imagine if my county was united with the one nextdoor to form Lanca-Yorkshire... :-O A horrible thought! Though of course I would unite with a Yorkshireman against a fellow countryman from London, say! ;) Is it much the same with you Sud Deutschers?

Hmm, generally it's my opinion that regional-historical sub-identities should be kept in the mind for inner-national administrative subdivisions as much as possible. On the other side here in Bavaria Bavarians proper--like me--are united with Franconians and Swabians, and I don't really care much about it as this "new" pluri-stemmic Bavaria also has a tradition of 200 years now. I also wouldn't care much about the Bavarian-Austrian border, dividing Bavarians from Bavarians, if it would be just an intrastate border between two Länder, but it is an absolutely untolerable situation that it is a border between states and even alleged "nations"!!! :censored

I must say, I love to see regional and stem traditions and identities cultivated, but I'd rather see entities like Bavaria, Saxony etc. merged in a super-centralized state under a Prussian spiked helmet before I'd see Germany crushed into "Rhenanian republics" and South German "Danubian federations" or whatever the "brilliant" ideas were which Germany's enimies often had in their drawers ...


About those Suebians... What tribe are Badenser from, then? Allemani? Is it really so clear-cut and defined?

Hmm, didn't Ptolemy the Geographer include the Angiloi with the Suevi? Perhaps I should stand up for my Swaffish cousins! :D

I think regarding the historical settlement Suevi and Alemanni are somehow really interlocked terminologically down there so that the tribal names actually should mean the same. But as you see on the dialect map, in language and region the name "Swabia" is interpreted today generally somehow narrower, just as a part of the whole Alemannic dialect and stem area. On the other hand, however, the name "Alemannic" for that all as modern entity is rather a revitalisation for which the linguists of the 19th century are responsible, as far as I know, supported perhaps by the habit of the Romance speakers in the west to speak of their Germanic neighbors as "Alemannic" (however as designation for all Germans). The actual traditionally-rooted name in German for the whole Alemannic area is "Swabia"; but the original Swabian stem duchy became shattered, and the Swiss and natives of Baden later dissociated themselves from the name so that it got narrowed to the northeast ...

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/als/6/6f/Alemannischer_Schpr%C3%B4chruum.jpg

Balmung
Monday, August 21st, 2006, 12:05 PM
http://http://www.flaggen-pehl.de/images/2227.jpg
Das ist die Fahne des Königreichs Württemberg

http://www.fahnenversand.de/shop/images/artikel/172.jpg
und das die Fahne des Großherzogtums Baden, sie wurden nach dem 2.Wk zusammengeschlossen zu Baden-Württembeg

Georgia
Tuesday, August 22nd, 2006, 05:13 AM
I like Baden more then Baden-Württemberg. In Baden we Badenser are alone not with this Schwaben...


I think most Württemberger feel this way about being alone in Württemberg rather than together with the Badenser........especially the ones
knowledgable in history;) .

Georgia:)

Teutonic
Saturday, September 9th, 2006, 09:05 AM
i think most of my family is from Bavaria, and Baden Wurttemberg, both sides of my family are catholic as well.my mothers surname Sattler and my Fathers Hoffart.my father said when he was in bavaria in Munich and Augsburg, Regensburg and Nuremberg he saw our name Hoffart everywhere.as well as he said he has never see a more beautiful place on the earth.also he said the Bavarians are proud and dont listen to the bullshit that is the government and leftist calfers in Germany.

Bavarian Munin
Saturday, September 9th, 2006, 09:09 PM
You`re right. :thumbup
I`m from Bavaria, but the race is dying out... =(