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    Anonymous

    I have heard some English people say that Scots and Slavs share a “common look”, any truth to this?

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    Anonymous

    Nothing common about the two except for both being taller & stronger looking than the Englishmen.

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    Anonymous

    West Slavs

        * Goplans, ancestors of Poles
        * Hevelli, ancestors of Germans
        * Lendians, ancestors of Poles
        * Lugii (Slavo-Germanic)
        * Milceni, ancestors of both Germans and Sorbs
        * Mazurs, ancestors of both Poles and Germans
        * Obotrites, ancestors of both Germans and Sorbs
        * Pomeranians, ancestors of Germans
        * Polabians, ancestors of Germans

        * Polans (western), ancestors of Poles
      * Pyritzans, ancestors of Germans
        * Rani, ancestors of Germans

        * Slovenes, same as Slovaks during the early Middle Ages
        * Ślężanie, ancestors of Poles
        * Sorbs same as White Serbs
      * Veleti, ancestors of Germans
        * Vistulans, ancestors of Poles
        * Volinians, same as Volhynians, ancestors of Ukrainians
        * Warmiak, ancestors of Poles
        * Wends, ancestors of Poles
        * White Croats, ancestors of Ukrainians
        * White Serbs, same with Severians, ancestors of Serbs and Sorbs

    List of the place names in contemporary Germany and their original Slavic names.

    GERMAN


    SORBIAN

    Altenburg


    Starohrod

    Bad Doberan


    Doberan

    Berlin


    Barliń

    Bautzen


    Budyśyn

    Bergen auf Rügen


    Gora

    Brandenburg


    Branibor

    Calau


    Kalawa

    Cottbus


    Chóśebuѕ

    Dargun


    Dargun

    Deberlug


    Dobrylug

    Demmin


    Dymin

    Dresden


    Drjeѕdјany

    Elbe river


    Łobjo

    Erfurt


    Jarobrod

    Fürstenberg


    Tornow

    Groitzsch


    Grodјiśko

    Havel river


    Hobola

    Havelsberg


    Hobolin

    Jahna


    Gana (historical)

    Küpenick


    Kopjenik

    Lebus


    Lubuś

    Leipzig


    Lipsk

    Leitzkau


    Leska

    Lübeck


    Lubice

    Magdeburg


    Dźěwin

    Mersenburg


    Mjezybor

    Meissen


    Miśno

    Mulde river


    Módła

    Naumburg


    Namgrad

    Oder river


    Wodra

    Oldenburg


    Starigrad

    Peene river


    Piana

    Platkow


    Bіoto

    Prignitz


    Przegnica

    Rethra


    Radegosz (historical)

    Ratzeburg


    Ratibor

    Rochlitz


    Rochelice

    Rostock


    Roztok

    Rügen


    Rujany

    Saale river


    Solawa

    Schwerin


    Swaryс

    Stolp


    Słupsk (in Poland)

    Usedom


    Uznom

    Werben


    Wjerbno

    Wismar


    Wyśomir

    Zwickau


    Świkawa

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    R1a Haplogroup:
    (not a crucial prove, but does say a lot)
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    Yep, the North and the East of so-called “Germany” was originally Slavic and through all the time of genocide and expansion only Lusatian Serbs seem to have survived. “Germans” have been so ashamed of their Slavic ethnicities that they even changed the name “Serbs” to the ridiculous “Sorbs” just to not let the world associate their ‘Nordic race” with the Balkan inferior nation. The truth is that those ‘Germans” who started it all were originally called “Saxons”, and there’s  good evidence that Germans are merely a political concept since even Hoch Deutsch is just a mix of Saxon and Slavic. What they did first when occupied the Slavic lands – they changed the geographic names to Saxon, Stagard became Oldenburg, Lipsk became Leipzig, Ruyan became Rugen, etc. Thousands of names in Germany still keep the secret of this country’s true history.

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