Both us Slovenes and the Czechs were part of the Holy Roman Empire for a long time, so I suppose we adopted a more “Germanic” or “Central European” mentality. But I wouldn’t really call it being germanised. That sounds like we adopted the german language and identity or something.

“Czechs are Germanized Slavs, and Slovenes are Slavicized Germanics”

That seems like some nice sounding nonsense to be honest. What does it even mean? The Czechs were warm and emotional but now they’re clean and orderly while the opposite is true for the Slovenes?