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.
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.
German speaking areas in red.
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