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Thread: Why Do Many Southern and Eastern Europeans Have a Distinct Look, Compared to Western Europe?

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    I once dated a Polish girl and she looked no different from what I'd call an 'English look'. She was blonde and had blue eyes. Very cute!

    Bulgarians generally look different to us, the ones at I knew at University were much darker, you could definitely see a 'Turkic' influence there.

    Hungarians seemed very much like us, similar hair mixture, a few blondes, a few red heads but mostly fair to brown.

    The Cheeky Girls look 'odd' to me.



    There's just something to them that I don't like.

    I'd say they were White but not like us.

    The fact that they look like ugly whores doesn't help them much either.
    "Only through a re-integration of Humanity into the whole of Nature can our People be made stronger."

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    There is a large Germanic influence in the people of Hungary/Ungarn/Magyarország. Some of this is shown by their language. 11% is of German origin.

    Heres a list of other languages that Hungarian is derived from.
    9% is of Turkish (This is due to wars and occupation)
    20% Slavic (This is due to having Romanians, Slovaks, ans Ruthenians in the borders of the Kingdom of Hungary)
    21% Baltic (Finno-Ugric)
    There is a 30% unknown and this leaves room for alot of speculation.

    Beautiful language overall and I'd say about the population has strong Germanic roots especially in the western portion of the country that used to be called German West Hungary, the Souther portion of Hungary known as the Banat(Danube Swabians), and Southern Transylvania(Transylvanian Saxons).



    There was also a strong Germanic element prior to immigration.

    One also has to remember the Magyarization the Kingdom of Hungary tried to apply upon all of its population(forced assimilation), this includes the German ones.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magyarization

    National anthem of Hungary: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=19dU_q6lmGM I thought I'd give you a sample of their language.

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    They are supposed to look different. They are different. They look strange to us, just as I expect us to look strange to them. Eastern Europeans are a different case, though, I would call the majority of southern Slavs exotic, and would not include them in my mind as Europids.

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