Lets see, among some of your better ones "Kraków was so prosperous because it was half German."
That could be as at that time it was the German merchants who made Krakow and other towns prosperous.
"Kopernik was German because his uncle wanted him to be."
Well, he was at least half German..
"Poland didnt won at Vienna, it was the Germans."
I never said it was only the Germans...I always said it was a joint venture, an alliance who broke the Turks neck...nobody of us could had done alone.
Compared to your "...it was only the Poles!"(Especially as you flat out deny the brave viennese citizens their honor, who held out for long time, starving, never gave up)
"Poznań is a natively German city."
I don't remember this one! *scratches head*
And I don't know what this has to do with "Wit" Veit Stoß a clearly german artists who did alot of cool work for now-polish towns but still is and was a German. ;)
moved to Krakow, the royal capital of Poland, at the invitation of the German merchant community, who commissioned him to produce the enormous polychrome wooden Altar of Veit Stoss at St Mary's Church in Krakow.
German-polish cooperation as it's best! :)
In 1520, the most famous church bell in Poland, named Zygmunt after Sigismund I of Poland, was cast by Hans Behem. At that time, Hans Dürer, a younger brother of Albrecht Dürer, was Sigismund's court painter. Hans von Kulmbach made altarpieces for several churches.
It was rebuilt and incorporated in 1257, based on the Magdeburg law, with tax benefits and trade privileges for its citizens. These citizens were German settlers who moved in during the Ostsiedlung, and who constituted a majority of burghers in contemporary Polish and Bohemian towns.
Germans constituted the majority during the 14th century, and became Polonized in the 16th century.