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Should lands that originally belonged to Prussia be returned to modern-day Germany?

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  • It's German land

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  • Prussia and German Culture

    Much of Poland and Russia that once belonged to Germany holds great ties concerning German culture as an example Kaliningrad which holds history of German architecture and their influence of religion under the Teutonic order. While it is entirely void argument to consider returning all of Prussia to Germany it is not unreasonable to give back private land to families which had been unjustly deported as well as historical and culturally important lands to the German state.

  • Prussia and German Culture

    Much of Poland and Russia that once belonged to Germany holds great ties concerning German culture as an example Kaliningrad which holds history of German architecture and their influence of religion under the Teutonic order. While it is entirely void argument to consider returning all of Prussia to Germany it is not unreasonable to give back private land to families which had been unjustly deported as well as historical and culturally important lands to the German state.

  • Prussia and German Culture

    Much of Poland and Russia that once belonged to Germany holds great ties concerning German culture as an example Kaliningrad which holds history of German architecture and their influence of religion under the Teutonic order. While it is entirely void argument to consider returning all of Prussia to Germany it is not unreasonable to give back private land to families which had been unjustly deported as well as historical and culturally important lands to the German state.

  • Prussia and German Culture

    Much of Poland and Russia that once belonged to Germany holds great ties concerning German culture as an example Kaliningrad which holds history of German architecture and their influence of religion under the Teutonic order. While it is entirely void argument to consider returning all of Prussia to Germany it is not unreasonable to give back private land to families which had been unjustly deported as well as historical and culturally important lands to the German state.

  • Prussia and German Culture

    Much of Poland and Russia that once belonged to Germany holds great ties concerning German culture as an example Kaliningrad which holds history of German architecture and their influence of religion under the Teutonic order. While it is entirely void argument to consider returning all of Prussia to Germany it is not unreasonable to give back private land to families which had been unjustly deported as well as historical and culturally important lands to the German state.

  • Prussia and German Culture

    Much of Poland and Russia that once belonged to Germany holds great ties concerning German culture as an example Kaliningrad which holds history of German architecture and their influence of religion under the Teutonic order. While it is entirely void argument to consider returning all of Prussia to Germany it is not unreasonable to give back private land to families which had been unjustly deported as well as historical and culturally important lands to the German state.

  • Prussia and German Culture

    Much of Poland and Russia that once belonged to Germany holds great ties concerning German culture as an example Kaliningrad which holds history of German architecture and their influence of religion under the Teutonic order. While it is entirely void argument to consider returning all of Prussia to Germany it is not unreasonable to give back private land to families which had been unjustly deported as well as historical and culturally important lands to the German state.

  • I don't think so if my facts or correct.

    I could be wrong but the Prussia lands are now part of Russia and Poland. I think we worry to much of the past for these types of issues. If there were Germans living in these lands today it'd be a different story. From what I understand there are Russians that have been born and raised in there section and theirs Pollsih people born and raised in there section and all the Germans fled. So in my opinion its up to the people who are born and lie in the area no matter how there ancestors wronged anyone and vice versa.

  • Is this really a good idea for the people who live there?

    Right, wrong, or indifferent, it's part of Poland now. Infrastructure, economy, government, money, etc. are now for better or worse, based on the Polish model and Polish traditions. Think about it: If you lived there and your children were in school, how would you feel if your kids were suddenly told they have to start learning in German instead of Polish? Then, you have to get into the business of resettling Poles elsewhere, and convincing Germans to move there. Not worth the effort, in my opinion.

  • I have nothing to say

    I just think the lands shouldn't be returned to Germany, because some other country might start s*** and be all like "Those lands belong to me" and yeah. I also want Prussia to rise again, so that wouldn't really work out. I feel like Prussia didn't have a fair game.

  • You asking about originally Polish land which was occupied by Germany?

    All that land is basically heart of Poland. Land which Prussia claim as their, was given to Crusaders by polish prince Mazowiecki when this crusaders retreat from Palestine. German crusaders betray their Polish friends and together with their main holy roman empire start war against Poland. During that times they grow up and took multiple orginally Polish land and started long occupation. To add I wish that Germans will also give back Poland land which they name "east Germany".

  • No more Prussia for Germany

    First of all Germany lost the war. One of the reasons they annexed it is the same reason for Crimea, warm water port. Sadly it is no longer connected to Russia. Also when the soviets came they kicked all the Germans out and moved Russians in. I feel the Russians had a right as well because the Germans killed 25 million Soviets.

  • Free East Prussia!

    Contrary to popular belief, Germany was never fully reunited after the fall of Communism in Europe. Germany will never be reunited until it is given back the land to which it rightfully belongs. This includes East Prussia. East Prussia has always been German, and it is the ancestral homeland of the original Prussian Kingdom, which was, in a way, the precursor to the moden German state. WW2 ended almost 70 years ago. It is time to give the Germans back the land that is rightfully theirs!

  • Lands that once belonged to Prussia should not be given to Germany.

    The issue surrounding Prussia being returned to modern day Germany was resolved at the end of a conflict called World War II. The Germans lost and had to surrender this land to Soviet control. It would be like arguing that Mexico should be able to reclaim California and Texas from the United States. It has already been legally resolved.

  • Expelled ethnic-German individuals should be able to reclaim their taken lands, but political transfer is not practical.

    Following the Second World War millions of German civilians were expelled from their homes east of the Oder river. Many were brutalized or murdered in the process. This was clearly a gross injustice and violation of human rights, what would be called 'ethnic cleansing' today. The expelled Germans and their descendants should be able to reclaim their stolen lands as individuals, but political transfer of territory back to Germany would be impractical at this point. The only exception would maybe be cultural treasures such as historic castles or churches significant to the German nation. These buildings could be transferred to Germany and act as cultural and historical embassies. The political return of all of eastern Prussia to Germany however is not feasible.

  • It is good

    No, I do not think that they need to change any of the territories boundaries that are set in Europe. They have been the same for a long time now, and any changes will just confuse everyone and mess up the order that they have finally gotten back in the region.

  • No They Shouldn't

    I do not believe lands that originally belonged to Prussia should be returned to modern-day Germany. Lines created by countries are artificial and have changed time and again over history for many and varying reasons. There is no reason to change the current lines based on something in the past.


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