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    Did France surrender it's Germanicism with the rise of Napoleon or was it the defeat of the Vichy government? You'll probably say during Mediaeval times, so let's here it...
    Do you even know what Germanic is? France is not Germanic, it may have been once inhabitied by Germanics hundreds of years ago, however that doesn't determine what they are today. France was Romance/Latin far before Napoleon came into the picture. Just to let you know, to determine if you are Germanic it is determined on if your ethnicity speaks a Germanic language.

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    Been to France and I'm not convinced that they're Germanic. I felt tall even though I'm average height for a Northern European male...

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    If they were Germanic than they must still be racially, right?

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    There may be some Germanic French people, but they generally are NOT a Germanic country. The reason is because they accepted the Romanic culture instead of the Germanic culture. Proof that they are not Germanic is that they do not speak a Germanic language. Just because some people have some Germanic blood doesn't make them Germanic, since Germanic/Nordic people often have more recessive genes to other Aryans (just like Aryans have recessive genes to blacks, browns and asians). So the Germanic genes died out through intermarriage with Roman and Meditteranean people, the same way Italians and Slavs have a bit of Germanic blood, but are not Germanic. But if there are still any pure or mostly pure Frankish, Flemish or any other Germanic communities within France, then those communities would definately be Germanic. But as a whole, they are not Germanic.

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    Thanks for the advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngloTeutonic View Post
    There may be some Germanic French people, but they generally are NOT a Germanic country. The reason is because they accepted the Romanic culture instead of the Germanic culture. Proof that they are not Germanic is that they do not speak a Germanic language. Just because some people have some Germanic blood doesn't make them Germanic, since Germanic/Nordic people often have more recessive genes to other Aryans (just like Aryans have recessive genes to blacks, browns and asians). So the Germanic genes died out through intermarriage with Roman and Meditteranean people, the same way Italians and Slavs have a bit of Germanic blood, but are not Germanic. But if there are still any pure or mostly pure Frankish, Flemish or any other Germanic communities within France, then those communities would definately be Germanic. But as a whole, they are not Germanic.

    I agree. There are some few French that are either Heide or in the Germanic reenactment community who identify as Germanic. Of these few even fewer try to learn the German language. (Not good) As far as I know these folks are mostly in the area around and North of Paris and a couple in Britany.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheGreatest View Post
    Been to France and I'm not convinced that they're Germanic. I felt tall even though I'm average height for a Northern European male...
    ok.. so anyone tall and fair is germanic ? is that what u are trying to say ?

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    I bet that there are many Germanics in the area of Brittany and Normandy.
    I have never been to Europe so that is pure speculation.
    It would seem to me that the part of France along the Rhine would have many Germanics.

    As an American I have heard that most of the strong and able bodied men of France have been killed during their many wars throughout history, leaving a mostly weakling culture.
    I am sure their Germanics would have been prized warriors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blood eagle View Post
    I bet that there are many Germanics in the area of Brittany and Normandy.
    I have never been to Europe so that is pure speculation.
    It would seem to me that the part of France along the Rhine would have many Germanics.

    As an American I have heard that most of the strong and able bodied men of France have been killed during their many wars throughout history, leaving a mostly weakling culture.
    I am sure their Germanics would have been prized warriors.

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    You mean *our* Germanics.
    I think that there is significant Germanic ancestry along the entire European Atlantic Coast. We have to think that in ancient times, the sea was the highway. "We are Celts" seems to be the popular mantra in Britany and North West Spain.
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    How Germanic Is France?

    They have the Franks, Normans, Burgondians and other Germanic tribes. I'm of the opinion France is more like Celto-Germanic but some level of Romance influence that's exaggerated through culture. As we know culture doesn't equal blood. I believe it's in a way like Germany became less Celtic through Germanicization. Hungary is Finno-Ugric but genetically nothing like it. Perhaps some of you who have better knowledge of history can enlighten me?

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