Territorial Change of Germany – The Areas Germany Lost After Two World Wars

The territorial change of Germany is a fascinating subject. Have you ever wondered how German territory had changed after the First and Second World War? Did you actually know that Germany lost much more territory after WW II than it did after WW I? There is the Kaliningrad region that was once the centre point of East Prussia but it now part of the Russian Federation.

History Hustle

People of Turkish descent or who originally came from Turkey were the largest non-German group, making up 13 per cent of the migrant population, with Poles and Russians making up the next largest populations.

Germany: Over One Quarter of the Population from ‘Migrant Backgrounds’

East Germany

Germany 1945 vs Poland 2004

Net contributors to the EU budget

Which Countries Are the Biggest Boost or Drag on the EU Budget?

Europe after the Eastern Enlargement of the European Union: 2004-2014

The West offered aid, and the East accepted it

A 1994 view on “the incumbent poor four” and “the eastern enlargement”.

German speaking areas in red.

Germany

Reichsbürger

Reichsbürgerbewegung

Germania & The Niederwalddenkmal

Ordensburg Marienburg

Königsberg Castle

East German Castles and Mansions

Breslau Puppet Theater

Breslau Water Tower

Stolen Land: Breslau

Stolen Land: Stettin

Stolen Land: Rastenburg

Stolen Land: Danzig

Stolen Land – Oder–Neisse line

The Disappearance of the Eastern Germans

Prussia in the German Empire from 1871 to 1918
Flag of Prussia

Prussia

Prussia: Animated History

Königsberg

Ordensburg Marienburg

Hohenzollern Castle

Neues Palais (Potsdam) + Sanssouci Park

Burg Namedy + Andernach

Schloss Stolzenfels

Berliner Stadtschloss

Schloss Wilhelmshöhe + Bergpark Wilhelmshöhe

Kurfürstliches Schloss in Koblenz

Potsdamer Stadtschloss

Jagdschloss Glienicke

Prussian Infantry under Frederick the Great

Danzig/Bromberg Massacre 1939

Marienburg MASSACRE – SOVIET CRIMES COVERED UP BY ALLIES

The last of tree videos about the territories that was stolen from Germany by Polackistan and Russiastan.

Chilean and Swedish Military | The Last Remnants of Prussia

The “Other” German Army – Chile’s Prussian Tradition

What on Earth Happened to the Prussians?

Königsberg Castle

Civilians fleeing the Red Army, Danzig 1945

Operation Bodysnatch - The Weirdest Monuments Men Mission

Stolen Land – Oder–Neisse line

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