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Thread: Slavic Ancestry in Germany, Germans With Slavic Surnames, etc.

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    Post Re: Slavic Germany

    wasn't the orginal name of wroclaw, breslau? before the communists changed it after WWII. and a host of another western polish cities, Stettin (Sczecin nowdays), Danzig, which is Gdansk, to name a few

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    Post AW: Slavic Germany

    Yes, its right, in german we say "Breslau"
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    Post 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 before it was ever called Breslau.

    Gdansk was originally referred to as Gyddanyzc, and later became Gdansk. It was originally a Slavic settlement. It was Polish before it was ever German, and it was called Gdansk before it was ever called Danzig.

    Szczecin was originally called what it is now. It was originally a Slavic settlement. It was Polish before it was ever German, and it was called Szczecin before it was ever called Stettin.



    In short, Gdansk, Szczecin and Wroclaw were originally Slavic - and Danzig, Stettin and Breslau are/were Germanic corruptions of the original Slavic names. Part of Poland, they only fell into German hands later.

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    Post Re: Slavic Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by bocian
    You say that Britain was desperate for war, do you know when Britain actually began fighting?
    Naval combat in the Atlantic commenced immediately upon declaration of war.

    What does Ross have to do with any of this? Are you obsessed with Ross?
    You said only children or the insane demand population transfers or expulsions in this day and age. Ross repeatedly advocates both. Ross is also someone you respect and apparently admire.

    Ross has advocated:

    Russian annexation of the Baltic states, and expulsion of the inhabitants
    Russian annexation of Ukraine or large portions thereof
    The murder of all Germans

    to name a few of his positions. Yet you wanted him back at Slavanthro and laughed along with him during the discussion about repartitioning Ukraine.
    Why, you even mentioned him yourself!

    I have never suggested anything of the sort. You're confusing me with Ross.
    Culture is far more important to me.
    Obviously... so can Germans become Poles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bocian
    Pawn or not, Poles fought on every front
    Hooray for them.

    and, as Polak pointed out, did more than the French,
    Wow, that's really an accomplishment. Didn't they both fall in a matter of weeks?

    and helped save Britain.
    Wonderful. The British were an avaricious nation of international financiers, imperialists and philo-Semites. Why was saving them a good thing? For that matter, Poland assisted in the achievement of total Zionist world domination. Slawa!

    You should read "The Kosciuszko Squadron" written by Brits.
    Naturally. Britain loves to stick up for her gallant ally Poland in words. It's when it comes to actions that they really don't care.

    Are you proud of Poland being part of the War on Terror too?

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    Post Re: Slavic Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by bocian
    Relax. I stood up for Ukrainians more than anyone else on SAF did.
    Funny, I remember Tore doing this far more than you. At any rate, I at least was willing to clash with Ross over his absurd opinions on Ukraine and the Baltic; you apparently admire him too much to do so. This in spite of the fact that he has expressed his desire to restore the Russian empire and/or USSR, both of which historically included large regions of Polish territory.

    Your hypocrisy is evidenced by your exaltation of Ross for the very traits that you despire in Dr. Brandt.

    I will also remind you that at Slavanthro Polak made remarks, similar to yours about Lwow, about all of Lithuania rightfully being Polish.

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    Post Re: AW: Re: Slavic Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by Nordic_Blood
    Wroclaw was at first part of the germanic-teutonic settlement. At the germanic movement in the west, the slaves came from the east. The slaves mixt with germanic population and take many words from the germanics like slesia, bohemia (that took the germanics some hundred years ago from the celts ), mähren, rügen, rutenen, etc. So the the germans settled in a land, that was germanic land with germanic-slavic mix-population and made it to a part of the germanic world again.

    To Lvov. Yes, its true that Lvov was polish, like the other big polish exklave brest-Litowsk, but the rest of the polish east was lithunian, white-russian and ukrainian. The annection from the sovjet-russians was an other thing as the annection from the german east through the poles, because the german east was german and the polish east was not polish!
    The east-borders aren't correct painting, because poland should have the region of lvov and of brest, but ukraine should have the region of south of Przesyml, because its a historicaly and ethnical ruthenian-ukrainian region.

    We should make new borders in interessting of all white nations, if we will have smashed those fucking governments under judeo-capitalist control to Tel Aviv!

    Hail Germany, hail europe!

    Actually, Wroclaw (Breslau) was founded by Slavs.

    Nothing you can say now can change that fact.

    Poland was the first state to legally rule over that land too.

    Germanic tribes only moved through the area before the Polish Kingdom appeared. Not only that, but they did not have a state, and they certainly had no connection to the German state that was to form from different Germanic tribes.

    So, try again.

    Btw, most cities in eastern Germany were also founded by Slavs...like Dresden and Berlin. Bwahahaha...
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    Post Re: Slavic Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by yamato
    wasn't the orginal name of wroclaw, breslau? before the communists changed it after WWII. and a host of another western polish cities, Stettin (Sczecin nowdays), Danzig, which is Gdansk, to name a few

    So you think Polish borders stretched to the Oder only after WWII?

    Please get a clue, and a basic education, before posting anything else in this thread.

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    Post Re: Slavic Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by Tore
    Fair enough, but why not come clean in the first place?

    After all, Stribog's initial post did read:
    I might have misread it.

    As I said earlier, I stood up for Ukrainians a lot.

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    Post Re: Slavic Germany

    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    Hooray for them.



    Wow, that's really an accomplishment. Didn't they both fall in a matter of weeks?



    Wonderful. The British were an avaricious nation of international financiers, imperialists and philo-Semites. Why was saving them a good thing? For that matter, Poland assisted in the achievement of total Zionist world domination. Slawa!



    Naturally. Britain loves to stick up for her gallant ally Poland in words. It's when it comes to actions that they really don't care.

    Are you proud of Poland being part of the War on Terror too?


    What is your problem?

    Don't you know anything about the Polish war effort. I mean, even someone like you, with little interest in the subject, must've come across some information on the topic? No?

    Poles were fighting Germans, and beating them, even after Poland "fell".

    Join Yakamato, or whatever his name is, in the library.

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