Hi, I am Guilatshalit, and I wanna say Thank you Yopie for your comments, I hope to improve my articles and keep on editing wikipedia, thanks for your advice , now I will preview my articles before I edit , thank you so much.
czech prime ministers
I have another source that podivinsky is member of kdu-csl http://kducsl.cz/getmedia/966f7a80-58e6-4095-a70a-cc889e1435a0/KDU-CSL---KL-PSP2013-MSL.pdf.aspx note that candidate number 8 is clearly marked as independent.
There is no such place as Prussia any more and there is no such thing as a living Prussian royal family
So how can there be that ridiculous box with "Prussian Royal Family" in various articles, I do not accept it, all that sort of stuff should be deleted, it is not neutral, it is not accurate, it is misleading, there is no Prussian Royal family.Smeat75 (talk) 04:19, 21 November 2013 (UTC)
- So Prussian Royal family was killed? By whom? And Prussia was erased from the Earth?--Yopie (talk) 11:58, 21 November 2013 (UTC)
- There is no Prussian royal family now because all German royal and noble titles were abolished in 1919. You mean "the people who would be the Prussian royal family if there were one" but there is not and has not been for nearly 100 years.Prussia has been erased from the map, yes,there is no such place, it is a historical entity only.Smeat75 (talk) 14:36, 21 November 2013 (UTC)
Karl Graf von Luxburg Prince of Schonaich-Carolath-Beuthen
the translation yet for Fürst in English is prince or in other words the noviliario title same category, the titles are hereditary and since the person cuention is the son of a princess and an earl inherited both noviliarios titles since fuantes birth that German constiticion 1918 ask you to revert all changes to pararece been making gift of the name in question or explanation of some more weight or have a librarian backing.--Von Luxburg (talk) 22:13, 28 November 2013 (UTC)
- Dear von Luxburg, as you probably know, noble titles in Germany (and in all world) are inherited by male-line descendants, not by female. Of course, with possible exception of "last of the family". Because Princes of Schonaich-Carolath-Beuthen are living in male line, is impossible for female line descendant to claim this princely title. Please see German nobility for more. Thank you for understanding.--Yopie (talk) 22:34, 28 November 2013 (UTC)
- the statement is correct but the bloodline that ends where his mother comes Luise Prinzessin Schoenaich Carolath-Bytom-Prince being born and the family of the emperor for the third line will use the mother's surname to paerno took precedence but mind later made the change and allowed him to use the titles Prinz Schoenaich-Carolath-Bytom.--Von Luxburg (talk) 13:32, 29 November 2013 (UTC)
Might wish to take a look at this
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sudeten_Germans Very badly written article with several POV statements supporting Nazi propaganda against Czech state. --MyMoloboaccount (talk) 16:51, 30 November 2013 (UTC)