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  1. Re: AW: Slavic Germany

    No, the city now known as Wroclaw was originally called Wrocislaw, and later became Wroclaw. It was originally a Slavic settlement. It was Polish before it was ever German, and it was called Wroclaw...
  2. Re: What comes to your mind when you think of these countries?

    Unlucky history? More like the countries next to Russia. (like Poland, which according to you doesn't deserve to exist)

    :thumbdown
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    Re: Polish military blows it again

    Don't worry about it, there's a lot of American try-hard badass Nazis on here who think that bashing Poles makes them more Germanic. Thing is, it won't make their negroid and native American blood...
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    Re: Classify this guy please

    He looks German to me.
  5. Thread: Euro 2004

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    Poll! Re: AW: Re: AW: Favourite Euro 2004 Teams

    As for foreigners representing Germany, I also forgot to mention Oliver Neuville, who I believe is French-Swiss.
  6. Thread: Euro 2004

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    Poll! Re: Favourite Euro 2004 Teams

    I am with you on that. But for me it is not necessarily the players (well, I dislike some), but rather the hype and "trumpet-blowing" that surrounds the England team. Everytime they go into a...
  7. Thread: Euro 2004

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    Poll! Re: Favourite Euro 2004 Teams

    Do you mean the half-Spanish van der Vaart?
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    Poll! Re: AW: Re: AW: Favourite Euro 2004 Teams

    Klose said that he has Polish blood running through his veins, but in "footballing terms" he is German.




    Scholl, 36 appearances
    Wosz, 24 appearances
    Asamoah, 14 appearances
    Rink, 13...
  9. Thread: Euro 2004

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    Poll! Re: AW: Re: AW: Favourite Euro 2004 Teams

    I'll take your word for it. You probably know more about that than I do.




    Podolski is very much Polish.

    A number of Germany's hot young talents are Polish born. Piotr Trochowski is rated...
  10. Thread: Euro 2004

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    Poll! Re: AW: Favourite Euro 2004 Teams

    I am hoping the Czech Republic do well, seeing as Poland aren't there. Slavic, white, and great football too. :)




    Jens Nowotny, judging from the name, has some Polish background. Not sure...
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    Re: classify this blond billionaire

    Partly Armenoid.
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    Re: extreme nordids

    What are you suggesting of Oliver Kahn's background in that last paragraph? That he is part Jewish?
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    Re: Brigitte Bardot = Racist

    Barthez is the only European there... but I think he is Basque/French even.
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    Re: extreme nordids

    Actually Latvian...

    http://euro2004.reuters.co.uk/germany/news/usnL17482727.html
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    Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: AW: Zyklop: "Slavs and Balts = Mongols"

    He called the Alpine race many things. :-O
  16. Thread: Fyrstenberg???

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    Re: Fyrstenberg???

    Thanks for that. It got me confused for a while. :)


    Furman has the same meaning in Polish too. So what Polak saw may well be a Polish name derived from a word of German origin.
  17. Thread: Fyrstenberg???

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    Re: Fyrstenberg???

    Oh I just read then, in German, "berg" denotes mountain and "burg" denotes town.

    So both are used in surnames... but "burg" obviously appears in town names such Hamburg and Freiburg - that's what...
  18. Thread: Fyrstenberg???

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    Re: Fyrstenberg???

    Actually, German names in Poland will often use "berg" instead of "burg".
  19. Thread: Fyrstenberg???

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    Re: Fyrstenberg???

    I have come across a Polish powerlifter, also called Furman.

    I think it may be a Polish name, but it probably exists as a German name too... I've seen names like Furmanek before, and from what I...
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    Poll! Re: AW: Re: AW: Re: AW: Women with tattoos: Sexy or Slutty?

    I didslike it. I think it makes women look low-class and cheap.
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    Poll! Re: Osteuropid poll

    Excuse me, but what is the "Malopolski type"? And what exactly is "Polesian" too?
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    Re: The "most beautiful woman in the world".

    In my opinion she looks strange... :D
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    Important!  Re: The Best Love Songs Ever

    ABC? I like them! What about Poison Arrow and Look of Love? :D
  24. Re: Classify the future Queen of Denmark Mary Donaldson

    Well, Tasmania defiantely part of Australia - just not on the mainland.
  25. Re: Classify the future Queen of Denmark Mary Donaldson

    I'd say North Atlantid too. Both of her parents were in fact Scottish immigrants to Australia.
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