Talk:North Schleswig Germans
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1. “Germans are descendants of German settlers […] during the 18th and 19th centuries, especially between 1864 and 1920”: please give a reliable proof for this very strange statement. It has indeed existed a continuous German – but likewise also a continuous Danish - immigration since the Duchy of Schleswig existed, but the statement that the German immigration only started or mostly happened during the 18th and 19th century in the Northern part, there should be verified by a reliable source.
I think the author is mixing some things: the normal and continuous immigration, the additional people that came in the 18th century to both Schleswig an Denmark (!) and the people who came in the 19th century from other parts of Schleswig and Holstein.
2. Please give a proof why the “50,000 persons in German“, the Southern Schleswig Danes of Danish ethnic are important for the article about Northern Schleswig Germans.
3. Please indicate why the part about the creation of Northern Schleswig has been erased.
4. Please tell why the more detailed explanations about the spreading of the minority has been erased and been replaced by a very general sentence without giving details of 2 of the 4 major cities of the region.
Please answer and give proofs acc. to discussion instead of offending people with a different opinion to do nationalist vandalism…
Sigtryggr 11:25, March 23 2010 (UTC)