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  1. Rudolf · March 22, 2017

    Reblogged this on rudolfblog and commented:
    In Italy they have stolen the territories of the North-Western regions: Istria, Dalmazia, Fiume & the Islands in the Adriatic Sea, nowadays named Slovenia & partially, Croatia.

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  2. ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · March 27, 2017

    Beautiful collection, German Heritage sites belong to its respective founders not capitulated to outsiders, I don’t care what excuses certain persons make to brush the topic under the rug either it is relevant as with every craft, as a part of Volkisch legacy.

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    • vikinglifeblog · March 27, 2017

      I think, that NPD played with the idea of moving the German border north so it would include Nordslesvig (Nordschleswig in German). It is important to note that Slesvig-Holsten (Schleswig-Holstein in German) have been both Danish and German and it was settled by vote. So any argument of moving the border north are as good as any argument about moving it south. Especially because Denmark never took advantage of Germany after WWII, like most other European countries (yes, we are the best). 🙂
      I would even go so far to say, that if the border should be moved. It should be south, so all of Slesvig would be Danish again.

      “On 15 June 1920, Northern Schleswig officially returned to Danish rule. The Danish/German border was the only one of the borders imposed on Germany by the Treaty of Versailles after World War I which was never challenged by Adolf Hitler.
      In 1937, the Nazis passed the so-called Greater Hamburg Act (Groß-Hamburg-Gesetz), where the nearby Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg was expanded, to encompass towns that had formally belonged to the Prussian province of Schleswig-Holstein. To compensate Prussia for these losses (and partly because Hitler had a personal dislike for Lübeck), the 711-year-long independence of the Hansestadt Lübeck came to an end, and almost all its territory was incorporated into Schleswig-Holstein.”

      “After World War II, the Prussian province Schleswig-Holstein came under British occupation. On 23 August 1946, the military government abolished the province and reconstituted it as a separate Land.
      Because of the forced migrations of Germans in 1944 to 1950, the population of Schleswig-Holstein increased by 33% (860,000 people). A pro-Danish political movement arose in Schleswig, with transfer of the area to Denmark as an ultimate goal. This was neither supported by the British occupation administration nor the Danish government. In 1955, the German and Danish governments issued the Bonn-Copenhagen Declarations confirming the rights of the ethnic minorities on both sides of the border. Conditions between the nationalities have since been stable and generally respectful.”

      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schleswig-Holstein

      Dannevirke
      https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danevirke

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      • ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · March 27, 2017

        The NPD should play the idea of moving the border both east and south to be honest, Denmark is not part of the problem as I see it.

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    • vikinglifeblog · March 28, 2017

      As I remember, NPD just had a map of lost German territories with Nordslesvig included.
      There are no ill will. NPD and the Party of the Danes looks like best friends, both are members of Alliance for Peace and Freedom. The Party of the Danes was founded by Daniel Carlsen, who was working for Udo Voigt (former leader of the NPD) and NPD as part of his high level business education.

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      • ᛋᛉᚺ|ᛟᚾ · March 28, 2017

        That is good there is such active participation between Danes and Germans, better some territory than none I suppose.

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  12. vikinglifeblog · October 17, 2018

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