Shhhhh... you hear that? *tap*tap*tap* That's the millions of Poles who will reply angrily, with angst-ridden messages and torrents bitter hate!
Last i checked it was a very well developed polish harbor when in 1309 Teutonic Order conquered it and butchered the Poles livinf there so that f*cks up your version a lot.
Poles were between 40% and 60% of the population untill late XVI century and an important part of city development, the city town hall for example was built by polish kings in XVI century so that messes up your version even more.
All in all it was a polish built, polish developed and predominantly polish city for most of its history with Germans forming a significant minority and later a majority, it became a German city only during the partitions with a strong German majority living there a century earlier.
Nothing to hate mate you just dont know history.
talk to a german of course its always germans who found it pls help me
According to Germans Kraków Poznań and all other major Polish cities were developed by them, they brought us the torch of civilisation and everything that might present Germany as a historically backwards state that didnt do a lot of developing gets ignored.
If you want to p*ss them off ask about religious tolerance in Germany and compare it Poland.
but honestly speaking for 637y it was typical German city
No it was not, thats a historical myth propagated by german historiography, show a me a typical german city that has its administrative buildings built by a polish king.
The first to land there? I'd say neither the Germans nor the Poles were there first.
What he may mean is that Poles were the guys who actually built city of Gdańsk and thats correct, its was a fortified port built by Mieszko, of course there were other people on the spot before though.