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    Re : Re: Re : WWII - An Unnecessary War

    The "undirect referment to France"? Where ? :scratch
    Anyway it is not a secret that French "leadership" at the time was a "dream team" of losers, weak pacifists, socialists, anti-militarists and...
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    Re : WWII - An Unnecessary War

    Declaring war over Danzig - when you have previously let Germany rearm and abandoned Czechoslovakia, your ally - was rather stupid to say the least (from both UK and France).
    I mean, either you...
  3. Poll! Re : Re: Are the Netherlands part of Großdeutschland?

    Even with WWIII, hardly. Who owns nuclear weapons, huh ? ;) :P
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    Important!  Re : Re: Re : What's Your Genealogy?

    I am hesitating between Lombardia and Veneto... Perhaps Piemonte (or even Trentino). Not sure. :P
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    Important!  Re : What's Your Genealogy?

    At the same time they created a strong administrative organisation though, which makes post-1789 researches easier and faster (no need to search in churches and all). But they destroyed priceless and...
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    Important!  Re : What's Your Genealogy?

    We've even had a worse thing in France : the Revolution. Luckily enough it seems that my ancestrors did not live in areas and towns that were destroyed by revolutionaries' fury.
  7. Re : Density of Scandinavian place names in Normady

    On the Scandinavian contribution in Normandy :




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    Place names based on a Scandinavian personal name element : http://www.viking.no/e/france/personal-place-names.htm
  8. Re : Re: Density of Scandinavian place names in Normandy

    What do you mean ? Culturally, ethnically, racialy, biologically, ... ?

    However here is an interesting text that pretty much sums it all up :



    Source
  9. Poll! Re : Are the Netherlands part of Großdeutschland?

    This thread - or rather what it is turning into - is a perfect example of why most Nationalist "movements" through Europe are mere jokes.
  10. Poll! Re : Re: Re : Are the Netherlands part of Großdeutschland?

    I don't think the common Flemish has a lack of national pride, quite the opposite in fact; thanks to the Walloons and problems with Francophones. ;) As for Dutch people... Yes, you're right of...
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    Re : The Coming Belgoslavia?

    Interesting article overall, but :



    Vlaams Blok is actually the best ally of Le Pen and Front National in Europe.



    I don't know for Walloons, but French nationalists supported Croatia...
  12. Poll! Re : Are the Netherlands part of Großdeutschland?

    I think that Dutch and Flemish people should freely choose whether they want to remain independent or to join a greater German(ic) political entity (by way of a referendum or something similar,...
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    Important! Poll! Re : What Is Your Mother Tongue?

    Français. :P
    But my grandparents sometimes used to speak Alsatian with me as well. ;)
  14. Re : Re: What comes to your mind when you think of these countries?

    Again two clichés - and in the same sentence. Great. :D Nevermind... :P
  15. Re : Re: What comes to your mind when you think of these countries?

    But is Russian influence in Belarus really "foreign" ? ;)



    Former Eastern communist regimes were far from being the multiculturalist communists that we know in Western Europe. See...
  16. Re : Re: Re : Re: What comes to your mind when you think of these countries?

    Actually we have the same stereotypes in France about Italians' (although Italian men are also often seen as machos and all... weird :P ) and especially Greeks' homosexuality... :D
    Swarthier = Gayer...
  17. Re : Re: What comes to your mind when you think of these countries?

    I saw this comment several times so I'm just wondering... Why would France (with people being overwhelmingly against gay marriage and stuff - and often homophobe) be more "homosexual" than countries...
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    Poll! Re : Re: Re : Re: Re : Western Laws Too Lax?

    I was speaking about booze. ;)



    Of course I agree. But I've never seen or heard of people going to prison for owning or using small quantities of marijuana. Even when someone is publicly...
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    Poll! Re : Re: Re : Western Laws Too Lax?

    Yeah of course but in general marijuana in Europe comes from Maghreb - excepted for people who grow their own marijuana (they are more and more, but still a small minority) - and in general wine and...
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    Poll! Re : Western Laws Too Lax?

    The fact is - (at least here but I think it's pretty much the same situation in the whole West) marijuana consumption is generally linked to foreigners (90% of dealers being Morrocans), hip-hop,...
  21. Castroville, "The Little Alsace of Texas"

    This is definitely a place I'd like to visit. ;)

    http://www.castrovilletx.com/

    Castroville is located approximately 15 minutes west of San Antonio and is a town rich in history. Founded in...
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    Poll! Light Brown I guess, but they actually look a bit...

    Light Brown I guess, but they actually look a bit darker :

    http://img397.imageshack.us/img397/3425/eye23lq.png

    http://img397.imageshack.us/img397/2057/eye31rp.png

    And drunk :P :
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    Re : Happy Birthday, Valkyrie!

    A shame I missed this thread... Sorry :P

    Bon Anniversaire ! Güter Börstag ! Alles Gute zum Geburtstag ! ;)
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    Re : Catholic Origins of European New Right

    Indeed both Charles de Gaulle and Francois Mitterrand were influenced by French nationalism.

    Charles de Gaulle was born into a Catholic and very patriotic family. His father described himself as...
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    Poll! Indeed. The French Foreign Legion as a whole is...

    Indeed. The French Foreign Legion as a whole is definitely not a Special Forces unit; however it includes a Special Forces unit, the "2er Régiment Etranger de Parachutistes" (2nd Foreign Parachute...
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