Huh ? This is an old map, not even describing any ethnic groups.
Oh so suddenly the map is old and lacks ethnic groups ? You wanted to know where the Germans were during the Battle of Legnica in 1241. Of course the map is old, it's been a couple of years since
But it is amusing to see your nationalistic posts-claims that Holy Roman Empire was "Germany" are standard dish on the German revisionist menu. I wonder though how do poor Italians and Czechs would feel about that. As a Pole I know how I feel when you point to Polish inhabited territores like Silesia which were sadly part of Holy Roman Empire with shouting "Germans !". Are you claiming Poles, Czechs and Italians are Germans ?
No that was your suggestion. I'm merely showing you what the map looked like back then, and obviously you didn't know, saying from the way you're trying to make up lame excuses.
All those territories were under the nominal control of the German Emperor. Of couse you can choose to claim those were NOT Germans, but in that case I'm afraid I would use your own argument to show that "those were NOT Germans" if you come up with another story of old how Poland was mistreated
You claim Italy, Poland, Czechoslovakia as Germany ? As far as I know Germany is an artificial creation of XIX century Prussian imperalism and nationalistic myths created by romantic propagandists.It would be better if it would be dissolved by Allies after WW1 and WW2-too bad it didn't happen as those natonalistic myths are highly infectious and give self-proclaimed "Germans' a disturbing fever and seizures especially towards Poles and Czechs.
I'm sure this is interesting for somebody but we're still talking about a medieval map here.