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Anonymous
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Catherine the Great considered herself as a german, not serb.

Name of the town Zerbst is proppably derived from slavic toponym, as a czech equivalent is also Srbiště.

Catherine the Great was very well knew who he was and what is. She spoke Serbian, Slovenian their language, which was particularly popular among the nobility and respected by the people. Her father did not even knew how to speak German. That their Serbian language, has nothing to do with the Serbian language, which was invented by Vuk Karadzic. In Germany it was recognizably who Skloven in that the Slavs in their achievement setting up fur.

Katarina Velika je vrlo dobro znala ko je i što je. Ona je govorila srpskim, svojim slovenskim jezikom, zbog čega je bila naročito omiljena među plemstvom i poštovana od naroda. Njezin otac nije ni umio govoriti njemačkim jezikom. Taj njihov srpski jezik, nema nikakve veze sa srpskim jezikom,  koji je izmislio Vuk Karadžić. U Njemačkoj je bilo prepoznatljivo ko je Skloven po tome što su Sloveni u svojim grbovima postavljali krzna.