/ GERMANS WANT TO GERMANIZE KOPERNIK (COPERNICUS)! OUTRAGE!
In 1512 Mikołaj Kopernik gave the oath of fidelity to Polish King Sigismund I the Old .
Superb. Now can you show us that he signed his name "Mikołaj Kopernik" on that document? Or even anywhere? I've never seen a single example of him signing himself Mikołaj. But do feel free to give the man a name which he didn't use himself.
No German would fight against Germans
Tell that to the thousands of Germans who were involved in the anti-Nazi resistance and to the hundreds of thousands of East Germans who joined that country's armed forces and stood ready to fight their fellow Germans.
His works, like many other works written in medieval Poland, were written in Latin, which was at that time the internationall language .
And every other document he wrote? What's the reason that not even a single one of them is in Polish? Not even the letters to the King of Poland? Could it be that he didn't actually speak Polish?