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Posted 2009-05-15 16:02 (#61584 - in reply to #61074)
Subject: RE: read and learn

Herkus - 2009-04-30 2:24 AM
This area has a german past, but a russian/polish/lithuanian future. Thats the price for the crimes that Germany has done in WW2.

You can claim I am insulting You, but Your knowledge is indeed poor, honestly, You should admit this. "Price for the crimes" - what You said is typical Soviet propaganda. You probabaly read to much Soviet historians works like Pashuto "Borba prusskogo naroda" etc. Where "bad germans were right punished" etc. Read Norman Davies, read Alfred de Zayas about ethnic cleansing in East Prussia. Germans were deported not of crimes. You don't know history. Russians long time ago claimed for Prussia. Before WW1 Russian minister of foreign affairs Sazonov put the eye on East Prussia. During WW2 Czech president Beneš promoted idea to clean all Eastern Europe (not only Czekoslowakia!) from Germans. Also Stalin claimed for East Prussia as... ancient slavonic land. Read serious literature.

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