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To: wolf78
And there would also be another 25 million Germans living in Pomerania and Silesia. Should these also be counted?

Nearly all ethnic Germans who found themselves living on the Polish side of the post-war border moved back to Germany. Hence Germany's population did not decline nearly as much as Poland's as a result of the war, which a Germany started, I might add.

I mean, is it possible to be any more stupid than the Kaczynski twins?

Apparently yes, judging by your comments.

112 posted on 06/21/2007 3:13:29 PM PDT by curiosity
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To: curiosity
Hence Germany's population did not decline nearly as much as Poland's as a result of the war, which a Germany started, I might add.

Actually Germany lost even more people as a result of the war than Poland did. Of cause, speaking in generalized terms Germany started the war and Poland was a victim, but the whole what-a-big-country-we-would-be-if-you-did-not-attack-us concept is fallacious and can lead only to a dead end. Past is past, and it's not about to change.

118 posted on 06/21/2007 4:01:41 PM PDT by tetuhe1898
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