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"Die Memel - Kulturgeschichte eines europ. Stroms"
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Herkus
Posted 2010-12-31 18:30 (#82300 - in reply to #82275)
Subject: Re: "Die Memel - Kulturgeschichte eines europ. Stroms"


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If the book has so many mistakes and wrong facts as this review, its a very bad researched book!
1. Germany has never lost the river Maas as a border, because she never belonged to Germany. The creator of the german national anthem was just a geographic illaterate.
2. The name of the river in lithuanian is Nemunas not Neman.
3. The Rusne is not a russian river, it's a lithuanian river
3. The river never turned it's name into Rusne after 1945. The Rusne and its name existed ever since as a part of the Memel Delta.

Very bad and horrible review. I hope this nonsense was not overtaken from the book itself, if so, it's pure amatuerism.

Edited by Herkus 2010-12-31 22:53
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