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Newer version of this old bad one: www.deviantart.com/art/The-mut…
Stop faving the old one better XD
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Notice: This map was not created to offend anyone, but to educate and show historical facts,
constructive criticism is always welcome, hate-comments not. If you find a mistake, let me know
it in the comments.
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This is a map showing the territories that Germany, and german-speaking territories that Austria lost,
between 1919 and today.

You can see a short region information in the boxes around the map in the center,
I´ll just list up the regions here. Btw. Not all regions were 100% settled with Germans
obviously (like Posen, West Prussia, the region around Metz etc.), but I showed
the political borders mostly.
I also wanna clearly mention, that the expulsion in the east was mainly the fault of
Stalin and Soviet Russia, and for example the Poles themselves were expelled by them
from their eastern territories. Only partly local forces helped the Russians, but usually
not mainly.
Another fact is, that some Germans were left in the east, and moved out later
(60s, 70s or around 1990), mostly in the Sudetenland or southeastern Europe and Silesia.

Memelland
Ostpreußen (East Prussia)
Danzig
Westpreußen (West Prussia)
Posen
Pommern (Pommerania)
Ostbrandenburg/ Neumark
Schlesien (Silesia)
Sudetenland
Österreich (Austria)
Kleine österreichische Gebietsverluste (smaller german-speaking regions around Austria)
Südtirol (South Tyrol)
Elsass-Lothringen (Alsace-Lorraine)
Saarland
Eupen-Malmedy
Nordschleswig (North Slesvig)
Berlin
DDR (GDR/ East Germany)
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Not included are all the settlement areas/ language islands of the Germans spread
all over Europe, just the political regions and the ones German-Austria didn´t get
and bordered it. Germans lived everywhere in the east even at the Wolga River
in Russia or at the Caucasus mountains.
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For more information, check:

Treaty of Versailles:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Treaty_o…

Potsdam conference:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Potsdam_…

Jalta conference:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yalta_Co…

Expulsion of the Germans:

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flight_a…
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Special thanks to :iconlehnaru: for help with the references (I was allowed to use some of his
maps to get accurate borders, but ofc everything was completely made new by me), support
and information, thanks so much :3
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:iconnantaletti:
Nantaletti Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
This here, kids, is a good reason why you should always think twice before starting a world war.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2017
If history would be that easy as one saying XD
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:iconyomimarukurotaiyo:
YomimaruKurotaiyo Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2017  New Deviant Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Sehr gute Karte. Wie viel doch verloren ging, einst 540.858km² heute 0km²!
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Jun 13, 2017
Ja das 20. Jhd. war echt heftig für uns :/
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:iconerhaminus2:
erhaminus2 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2017
Goebbels would have be proud of such historical propaganda. Many of these provinces had been annexed earlier by Germany in one way or another, so they was just liberated. Look for native people living there few centuries before. Moreover, "murder of the Germans" in case of Poland is schizophrenic while the Germans had murdered more than 20% of Poles (including 13% of them in GERMAN concentration camps). So it should be "annexed by Germany", "returned to ...".
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Feb 1, 2017
Congratulation you did exactly what you said I did^^

And I highly doubt that the civilians of Silesia, Pommerania, Prussia etc. murdered Poles,
and yet they were the ones being punished.
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:iconmaptigan:
maptigan Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2016
Great map! Would be very useful to have the percentages of the different ethnicities as well. Read the book 'A Terrible Revenge' by Alfred-Maurice de Zayas. Great book with good maps.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Oct 6, 2016
Thanks a lot, yes sadly I have no overview of the percentages.
I heard of de Zayas he wrote good books thx for the tip!
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:iconkilesengati:
kilesengati Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2016
It's kind of a shame that they've split up Pomerania and eventually ceased Stettin to the Poles. But I guess splitting the city wouldn't be any better. However, todays problems of Hither Pomerania (undevelopment, poverty caused by low wages and unemployment, etc.) are a direct result of the partition and recent neglecting of the region. I'm not wondering about this year's results of the election of the state's parliament.
Anyways, great map, great work.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 23, 2016
Yes it´s sad, especially because I know a lot of these East Germans :/

I´ve been there it looks beautiful tho, Schwerin has a completely restored historical city
and others too. But their biggest problem is indeed the jobs and the low birth rate or
that all young people move away.

Thank you :)
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:iconkilesengati:
kilesengati Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2016
Schwerin is Mecklenburg and the capital of Mecklenburg-Hither Pomerania. It is indeed a nice looking city, but I think there is a hint of irony in that polticians in a democracy are ruling in a palace like landlords over their people (especially like landlords over thus not of their "tribe"). Especially because Schwerin is so far away from Hither Pomerania they seem to neglect the people and their needs because they rarely see the land and people they are ruling over, and if they see it, they see it through rose-tainted glasses when comming here for ceremonies or for holidays. At least Mecklenburg can profit from metropoli like Hamburg, but Hither Pomerania can't from Stettin because of the international border.
When looking at the island of Usedom, for example, old buildings like beach mansions are either demolished or converted for making place for resorts that provide jobs with outragously low wages whilst cutting costs everywhere they can causing suffering amongst the local population. At the same time, far away in Schwerin, the politicians are celebrating themselves and their friends - the hoteliers - because according to them, MV is doing better than ever. Maybe on the economic side, but the population suffers under these conditions and then of course not vote for them anymore - and they, the politicians, wonder why. Virtually perspectiveless are not only the young people here, but most, and of course they are moving away if they can.
I wonder, is an overall economic success worth the sacrifice of the wellness of the population? I think not.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2016
You surely know that local problems the best and so I can just hope the new elections
changed something. Sadly Pommern is cut in half as you say since 1945 and the merging
was more pragamatical than historically accurat :/
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:iconyulianeruannonoldor:
YulianEruannoNoldor Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
Respekt Kollege, saubere Arbeit!

Hab grade mit Hilfe dieser Karte ausländischen Kollegen klar gemacht a) wieso Deutschland heute kleiner ist als einstmals
und b) warum die Sehnsucht nach einer Wiederherstellung des Reiches absoluter Quatsch ist ^^
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 22, 2016
Vielen Dank! Freut mich wenn es jemanden geholfen hat,
überlege gerade ob ich es auch mal nur als reine Karte ohne Text hochladen soll.
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:iconyulianeruannonoldor:
YulianEruannoNoldor Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
Wär doch mal was :)

Aber is schon leicht gruselig, was man an Land verlieren kann wenn man 2 Weltkriege verbockt...
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 26, 2016
Die extremsten Pläne hätten Deutschland ja völlig aufgelöst. Wie hießen die nochmal
Kaufmann und Morgenthauplan. Alle Deutschen unter 45 sterilisieren und alles an
die Nachbarländer verteilen.
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:iconyulianeruannonoldor:
YulianEruannoNoldor Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
Wenn der Hass spricht....

Glücklicherweise gab es unter den Allierten für uns in dem Punkt auch Fürsprecher
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Oct 9, 2016
Sonst gäbe es Deutschland vllt. gar nicht mehr.
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:iconyulianeruannonoldor:
YulianEruannoNoldor Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2016  Professional Artisan Crafter
Tjoa, ne spannende ''Was wäre dann'' Frage eigentlich!
Aber die Amerikaner hatten da wohl starke Bedenken, dass eine Auflösung Deutschlands das Problem nicht lösen würde.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Dec 5, 2016
Aber hätten sie uns ohne den Ost West Konflikt immer noch bestehen lassen?
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:iconyamalama1986:
YamaLama1986 Featured By Owner Sep 4, 2016   Digital Artist
Germans did indeed lose political control over ethnic German majority territories, however I think this map gives a false impression of a cultural unity of ethnic Germans when in fact there were serious internal cultural divisions in Germany in the early to mid 20th century.

Thinking of Germany in a cultural sense of all ethnic Germans united together has nationalist and patriotic bias that neglects to note internal divisions in Germany in the early to mid 20th century. Germany had its religious divide between a largely Protestant north and a largely Catholic south. Catholics across Germany deeply resented Otto von Bismarck's anti-Catholic laws in Prussia, and this caused Catholics to politically mobilize into the Centre Party that was a powerful political movement in Germany for years, again with most support in southern Germany, causing a North-South religious political divide. So yes they may all have been ethnic Germans but they had major divisions between them.

This north-south divide was also affected by the nature of Germany during the period of the Hohenzollern monarchy. Many southern German states in Germany resented what they saw as dominance of Prussia in Germany, every German Chancellor was a Prussian who was also Prime Minister of Prussia. Bavaria was very hostile to Prussia due do this perception of Prussian domination of Germany. In fact in an essentially separatist move, Bavaria officially abandoned the war effort in World War I a few weeks prior to Germany doing the same thing. Immediately after the war ended in 1918 separatism was rising in Bavaria and the Rhineland.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2016
Partly right, as you saw at the patriotic and national movement in Germany,
this difference was not enough to make Germans not feel as one. Austria wanted
to join Germany after ww 1. too, even tho it is very catholic.

King Ludwig II of Bavaria didn´t want to join Germany in 1871, but the pressure
by the Bavarians, the german patriotic feeling was so overwhelming that he had
to join.

So maybe u see it a bit too exaggerated, these are just normal local differences,
nothing that could divide people of same culture and language.
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:iconyamalama1986:
YamaLama1986 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 5, 2016   Digital Artist
It's definitely possible that my view of it may be exaggerated a bit. However I'm not denying the significance of German nationalism and German patriotism. After World War I there were those in Germany who wanted to create a Germany with major land claims outside of the 1871 borders, including supporters of unification to Germany in Austria. There were also separatists in southern and western Germany including the Rhineland and Bavaria who resented the experience of being in Germany and wanted to leave.

Sometimes nationalism and patriotism can become very strong for a period of time and then later divisions between the people occur. Arab nationalism soared from World War I to the mid-1970s when it began to decline, however divisions over what the balance of power would by of different Arab lands in a united Arab state caused problems in pursuing unification. Some wanted Cairo to be the capital of a united Arabia, others wanted Baghdad to be the capital, etc. German nationalism had this same problem as there were German nationalists in Prussia wanted Berlin to be the capital of Germany while those in Austria wanted Vienna to be the capital. Supporters of the Habsburg monarchy in Austria saw Hohenzollern Germany more as a Greater Prussia than Germany.

If I am not mistaken the Bavarian language spoken in both Bavaria and Austria is a dialect of German that is substantially different from Standard German. So it could be said that there are linguistic differences of local German dialects between ethnic Germans.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 5, 2016
Before I answer the rest, I translate what they say, then watch it from Minute 23:00

www.youtube.com/watch?v=4-pAWQ…

"With the victory of Sedan, not only the war with France is decided but also the message of the military success together,
starts a whole-german elation, which neither Bavaria nor its king can deny."

The separatists and the ones who didn´t want it, were only people afraid of the future, they feared the Prussians bring
them disadvantages. The opposite happened, Bavaria and industry bloomed, Germany turned in a few years into the most
successful nation of the whole planet. No normal Bavarian seriously wanted a separation again.
The Austrians, who also deny to be Germans today just wanna be (to say it in a modern internet slang) a special snowflake,
deep in their hearts they know very well that they´re Germans and part of our history, identity and culture area.

"If I am not mistaken the Bavarian language spoken in both Bavaria and Austria is a dialect of German that is substantially different from Standard German. So it could be said that there are linguistic differences of local German dialects between ethnic Germans."

As well as Swabian. And Saxonian. And East Prussian. And Frisian. And Hessian. And Frankish and and and and.

That is no real argument sorry, the dialects are absolutely normal local dialects. Beside you totally forget that the high german standardization
which Martin Luther created overtook a lot of upper german words and grammar, he did not set priority on his own saxon dialect.

So the dialect of Hamburg is further away of it than the one of Munich.
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:iconyamalama1986:
YamaLama1986 Featured By Owner Edited Sep 5, 2016   Digital Artist
I hope you understand that what I am doing here is a critique through the concept of "devil's advocate" meaning advocating the opposite to something someone else is saying regardless of whether I actually agree with what I am saying in order to show alternative perspectives. I am not denying the existence of a German nation, as it is obvious that many ethnic Germans recognize themselves as a nation. I personally think that the unification of Germany in 1871 was in the interests of ethnic Germans because they were able to overcome France's long time desire to keep ethnic German territories divided in order to maintain French hegemony over Western and Central Europe.

Back to our discussion points. What about the matter of the existence of the historic Catholic Zentrumpartei and Bavarian regionalists in Germany? Both indicate that there has been at least significant unease over the rights of people of the Catholic faith in Germany, and regarding Bavarian regionalists such as those in the CSU it appears that that some Bavarians believe that Bavaria does not have enough autonomy.
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Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016
Sure no problem critik what you want, I also have no problem with a devils advocate XD

Yes that is the bavarian arrogance. I know what they say I live here. We are so good
the other Germans are inferior and so stupid, we should be our own state we are much
better. I hat this really. We are one people, and my fatherland goes from the north sea
coasts to the alps. I don´t want that we are a special snowflake again :/

Our problem is, our people have no education about history. I guess 90% do not even
know what Prussia really was. That lack of knowledge makes them develop arrogant and
stupid attitudes.
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:iconyamalama1986:
YamaLama1986 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016   Digital Artist
Germans have no education of their history?! :O Wow, I thought Germany would have a better education system than my country Canada or the United States.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2016
That´s not the reason XD The reason is we ignore our history.
Because it could lead to patriotism if we learn about our great
personalities. I did not even hear about Arminius until I found out
about him on the internet by myself.

Our system is against german pride that´s the big problem.
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RD-DD1843 Featured By Owner Jul 3, 2016
You do realize that Poland got those German territories in 1945 to 1950 because Russia insisted on taking a large chunk of easten Poland.  It was a kind of "chain-reaction" land bribe (I can't think of any like it, but suppose the U.S. in 1849, after grabbing the southwest from Mexico, had willingly "winked" at Mexico swallowing Guatamala, Honduras, and El Salvador in a kind of trade off to hopefully improve our relationship with the angry Mexicans.  You get the picture?). 
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Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Jul 4, 2016
Yes it was Stalins fault indeed, tho the Czechs were not ordered to do so by Stalin,
they did it because they wanted it by themselves.
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:iconfedorasrcool2:
FedorasRcool2 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016  Student General Artist
The Sudetenland was Czech before the war. Why the fuck would they let you keep it? 
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KarlWV Featured By Owner Dec 15, 2016
Except it wasn't. The Sudetenland was populated by around 3 million ethnic Germans, and, like the Slovaks, Hungarians, Poles, and Ukrainians of Czechoslovakia, were only "Czech" in the sense that they were in a nation dominated by the Czechs. By this logic, the Croatians and Bosnians of the Austrian Empire were Austrian. They weren't.
Plus, lets not forget that Carpathian Ruthenia was also "Czech," going by your (rather convoluted, I might add) standards. So, do tell. Why the rage against Germany, but not the Soviet Union, and the Ukrainian SRR, who the land was given to after the war. Nevermind the fact that the land was populated by ethnic Ukrainians, that land was given to the Czechs, and that means they get to own it until the end of time, self-determination be damned! Seriously, how do you come up with that logic? HOW?
Really, while I despise Nazism, I also despise the Germanophobic nutjobs who believe that because of 12 years of totalitarian rule, the entirety of the German people must be racist, anti-Semitic, and jingoistic wackos just waiting to invade Poland. By all means, let us condemn Hitler and the Nazi Party, for they committed some of the greatest atrocities in history. They are among the worst monsters humanity has ever produced. But at the same time, let us realize that just because these evil people supported Pan-Germanism does not make Pan-Germanism evil. After all, Hitler liked dogs, too. And when's the last time we saw the dogs try to conquer Europe?
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016
Because Germans lived there maybe?
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:iconfedorasrcool2:
FedorasRcool2 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016  Student General Artist
And krauts have proven to be untrustworthy throughout modern history and before. It would be deeply unsafe for the Czechs of the Sudetenland to live in Germany.
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Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016
The Germans were untrustworthy the last 70 years?

All I hear from you is antigerman flaming, how old are you, 12?
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:iconfedorasrcool2:
FedorasRcool2 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016  Student General Artist
Well, you have tantrumed your way into reunification, started a neoliberal economic colonization of eastern Europe and much of Africa,  run an incessant propaganda campaign to sanitize the actions of the German Army and People during WW2, and participated in the creation of a new capitalist state spanning most of the European continent. 

Not to mention the resurgence of Nazism in Germany, with such lovely exibhits as the Neu Demokratische Partei, AfD, the Nazi Underground terrorist cell active  in the early 2000s, etc. 

Yeah. You're pretty fucking untrustworthy. 
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:iconmaptigan:
maptigan Featured By Owner Edited Oct 6, 2016
Jesus, what the fuck are you on? If it weren't for the Germans Eastern Europe today would be a backwards dump. Who do you think paid for every single highway, railway line or public building the last 25 years? And how do you get this idea: 'run an incessant propaganda campaign to sanitize the actions of the German Army and People during WW'!? If anything, Germany has done more than any country in history to make up for the atrocities in their past. You really don't hear Russians, Turks, British or Americans, for that matter, admit to any of their sins.

Also, if you knew anything about modern European politics, you would know that Germany has one of the lowest percentages of far right voters and political movements in Europe, while still having one of the highest numbers of immigrants.. AfD is nothing compared to parties in France, Austria, Denmark or Italy, not to mention all the neo-fascists in the East.

As you say yourself, no one really cares about you.
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:iconarminius1871:
Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Sep 29, 2016
1. You exaggerate
2. You don´t mention that every empire/ nation did exactly the same at that time period,
so why would anyone blame Germans more than others. You have a sick double standard mate.
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brajmond Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016
Well , I can imagine scenario where you have lost BRD and Austria as well... and nobody would blame Russians for doing it. Of course it would be a terrible loss for humanity but hey - nothing different what have you intended to do with the nations and people under so called 3th Reich. It would be much wiser to do a map how the Prussia eated the real Germany in the first place.      
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Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Apr 21, 2016
Mh very unlikely, no matter how cruel the western allied were also to Germany, they didn´t want the Russians
to rule all of Europe, actually Churchill who loved to bomb german civilians even didn´t agree on Stalin that
it loses all of the eastern territories, but Stalin didn´t care.

That´s also why they gave money to Germany. A vassal is much better than giving territory to the enemy.
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:iconruffnroboticgiusep:
RuffnRoboticGiusep Featured By Owner Mar 20, 2016
Germany deserves some Justice too! I honestly think all these treaties dismantling Germany was seriously unfair and Germany needs it's pride back like it once had. Thanks to the Allies, we have to deal with self-hating Germans who can't even have any pride cause they were blamed for both World Wars. Thanks a lot Allies.

On the lighter note. I do like this map though and it does show how much Germany did lose and what they really should have because Germany needs it's territory back! :icongermanflagplz: I wonder what the idea of a Greater Germany would be with all it's territory back and population wise. :D
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:iconfedorasrcool2:
FedorasRcool2 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016  Student General Artist
Germany should've been dismantled further. They causes two world wars and are a breeding ground for totalitarian ideology. 
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:iconruffnroboticgiusep:
RuffnRoboticGiusep Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016
So you're advocating for another Versailles Dictate? The cause of all of it by the so called 'Allies'? Take your retarded logic and put it on other people with Germanophobia. You people disgust me. Germany needs to be put back together. They caused neither World War and their leaders didn't want it. The Warmongering Allies wanted it.
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FedorasRcool2 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016  Student General Artist
Of course Austria invading Serbia at Krautistan's behest and Germany invading multiple countries and commiting genocide are the fault of the Allies. Of course. 

Fascist pig. Follow your leader's example set on April 30 1945. 
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RuffnRoboticGiusep Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016
Lol You amuse me. You claim to fight Fascism and 'Fascist Pigs' but if you think that, then you really are acting no better then what you define as a "Fascist".
Germany was merely helping Austria out and was forced into the war for WW1 and the more countries came in after words. They had an Alliance that couldn't be broken, and it had to be honored. Germany was a Monarchy during WW1 as well genius. Same with most countries of Europe at that time, and each side committed atrocities that aren't deniable. And WW2? Well Germany was National Socialist, not Fascist. The terms aren't synonomus with each other. And how I can blame the Allies? Well go look to the Germans persecuted discriminated against in Poland during the time and then come back to me to know the real reason why Hitler invaded Poland.
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:iconfedorasrcool2:
FedorasRcool2 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016  Student General Artist
Lol. If you think the Krauts in Poland were oppressed, your mother must've fed you paint chips. 

The nazis were the ones to hill 30% of the Polish population and ~%70 of European jews.
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:iconruffnroboticgiusep:
RuffnRoboticGiusep Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016
I have my sources and if you think the Allies were any better in the war, you are sorely mistaken. Katyn Massacre, blamed on the Germans, but the Soviets did it (the massacre of 10,000 Polish officers). And the Holocaust? 70% of Jewry wasn't killed off. You're really overexaggering the numbers. If you want death camps, search Eisenhower's Rhine Meadow Death Camps. Those are real death camps to talk about.
And I have no evidence to back my claims for Germans oppressed in Poland? Please. :lol:
I got 1 event that's enough. Bloody Sunday. Propaganda? I think not. To say that these lives don't matter makes a person have a stone cold heart. I'd invade a country any day if diplomacy wasn't working if another country was killing my country men.
www.thefuhrerbunker.com/WWII.h…
https:/youtube.com/watch?v=RhhJBqjdhMg
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:iconfedorasrcool2:
FedorasRcool2 Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2016  Student General Artist
Nazi propaganda is not a legitimate source. 

And the "Rhine Death Camps" are a myth, though it would be nice if they were real. Every Wehrmacht, SS, Polizei or Ghestapo thug and their collaborator whores should have been destroyed. 
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Arminius1871 Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2016
Yes we really lack in self-confidence, but it´s slowly changing!

Atm we couldn´t take back any land, we have not enough new children anyway and
I don´t wanna bring sth. bad to the Poles and Czechs that live there now.
The only way woult be, the people living there now stay, but join Germany.
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:iconruffnroboticgiusep:
RuffnRoboticGiusep Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2016
Well Germany needs an army again, get deoccupied and a unification between Germany and Austria would be nice at least. Hopefully in the future, Germany could regain Prussia. I'm just trying to create a more "hopeful atmosphere*.
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