Sorry but i rather go for french stuff!!!
You prefer stockings to Mercs??? Ooookaaaaay!
except that fuker and Prussa have nothing against commemorating people, they were born where they were born - nothing more nothing less.
And Poles are now proud of him as Germans are...building a monument in his honor....now that I call reconciliation! :):):)
It must be really wee we, as mostly western Germany paid the bill!
Where do you fit there BB?:P
All Germans paid for the rebuilding...the unification tax was paid by Ossies too, you know?
And they did all the work but the West of course helped...a beautiful town is so much nicer to have in your neighbourhood! ;)
Ofc they do, good for business ;) more germans comming with big wallets!!!
Yeah...so much for polish patriotism...german wallets can buy you!
And the "Germanic" people didn't complain under Polish rule, they loved it and helped to build the polish towns.
Well...the Poles were even more glad to have the smart, hard working, thrifty Germans to build up and resettle towns again after the Mongol hordes devastated the lands. Look back into your beloved Krakows history for example...
The city was almost entirely destroyed during the Mongol invasions of 1241, 1259 and 1287. 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.
The 1257 foundation decree issued by Bolesław V the Chaste was unusual in that it explicitly excluded the local population. The older royal fort Wawel was connected to the new town, built on its northern side around the market square, by its former suburbium (Okol). Germans constituted the majority during the 14th century and became Polonized by the 16th century.
For the longest time the german history of much of Poland was a taboo in polish history lessons...but now it's getting better! Poles come to learn about it and to embrace it :)