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To: RWR8189
If Poland had not had to live through the years of 1939-45, Poland would be today looking at the demographics of a country of 66 million.

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



Pre-WWII German language area.

I mean, is it possible to be any more stupid than the Kaczynski twins?
41 posted on 06/21/2007 11:48:37 AM PDT by wolf78 (Penn & Teller Libertarian - Equal Opportunity Offender)
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To: wolf78
I mean, is it possible to be any more stupid than the Kaczynski twins?

The Kaczynski twins, even in the depths of their purported stupidity, probably wouldn't try to pass off a map of the German "language area" as a map of prewar Germany.

43 posted on 06/21/2007 11:55:14 AM PDT by wideawake
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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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