View Poll Results: Are the ostdeutsch 'Germanic?'

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  • The ostdeutsch are 'Germanic' in terms of genetic heritage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suomut2_13
    Are the ostdeutsch 'Germanic?' Cast your vote! Ja oder nein. Suomut says: Ja!
    Hmmm... Can you please define what makes one "Germanic" in terms of genetic heritage? For instance, according to Coon, Prussians are descended of predominantly Baltic stock. Genetics bears this out. In my opinion, Eastern Germans are genetically a mix of ancient Baltic, Germanic, and Slavic elements. The Baltic appears to be most important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Suomut2_13
    For the purposes of this poll, the status of 'Germanic' means being descended from one or more of the ancient 'Germanic' tribes of Europe as defined generally by MAINSTREAM 'scholarship.' It is impossible to PROVE descent from these old tribes, therefore this is a NON-SCIENTIFIC poll, it is merely a subjective affair of views, opinions, and beliefs--this is what I want to see from this site on this topic: how many think the ostdeutsch are 'Germanic' or 'non-Germanic' in terms of descent from the ancient 'Germanic' tribes. That's all, nothing complicated.
    OK, thank you for the clarification. To answer your question, no, I do not think that East Germans are descended predominantly from the ancienic Germanic tribes. The Baltic sub-stratum in their population seems to be more important.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russian Patriot
    OK, thank you for the clarification. To answer your question, no, I do not think that East Germans are descended predominantly from the ancienic Germanic tribes. The Baltic sub-stratum in their population seems to be more important.
    I agree. Genetics and historical evidence have both shown that Prussia is more Baltic than anything else, and Silesia is largely Slavic. Slavs were in control of territory reaching almost to the Elbe for a long period of time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stríbog
    .... and Silesia is largely Slavic. Slavs were in control of territory reaching almost to the Elbe for a long period of time.
    What the hell are you talking about? Since "Slavic" is linguistic and not racial, your statement is absolutely stupid. "slavs" like you live in a fantasy world of historic fairy tales, so you can place claims on our land.

    Old prussia was the settlement aerea of the Goths, north east of them in the blatic were the tribes of the Aestir and Sitonen. The Vandals had their seat at the lower vistula river in what today is Silesia and Krakow.
    You are just preparing the propagandistic fundament and reasoning for your next expansion westwards. How I hate you Panslavs!
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    Of course yes. And from their ancestry: German-Slavic-Baltic with regional differences of the composition.

    And again: there was not only a Germanisation of Slavic and Baltic speaking (in East Prussia) populations from the 12th century till 1400, but also a massive German colonisation and new cleraring and settlement.

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