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    Quote Originally Posted by Zyklop
    What I wanted to say is that Prussia was a kindom that stretched from the Baltic sea to the Rhein. The citizens of Prussia didn´t have much to do with the assimilated tribe of the "original" Prussians.

    OK

    I was thinking about East Prussians, naturally not all Prussians...

    So, continue... :redface:

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    The name "Prussia" was adopted to the territory of the Teutonic Order in 1525. East-Prussia was colonized by German settlers since centuries before.
    I doubt you will find "pure" unaltered Prussians.
    Tolerance is a proof of distrust in one's own ideals. Friedrich Nietzsche


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    Quote Originally Posted by Zyklop
    The name "Prussia" was adopted to the territory of the Teutonic Order in 1525. East-Prussia was colonized by German settlers since centuries before.
    I doubt you will find "pure" unaltered Prussians.
    Propably not, especially considering what happened 60 years ago...

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