This episode takes on one of the most interesting aspects of the history - the changing direction of migration and cultural exchange. Already in the early Middle Ages have German immigrants... See full summary »

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Gordian Maugg

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This episode takes on one of the most interesting aspects of the history - the changing direction of migration and cultural exchange. Already in the early Middle Ages have German immigrants been settling in the Polish lands, to only much later witness an emigration from Poland to Germany. Another very strong part of history is the Jewish fate in both countries. The diaspora located in Poland and Germany has left the biggest mark in this part of Europe in regards to culture, economy and social relations. They lived freely in Poland creating a powerful commune that communicated with the German-sounding Yiddish. And at the same time having a significant impact on the German society with its local diaspora. Accounting for up to 10% of the population they were to suffer the biggest extermination in the modern European history. Written by production

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Germany | Poland

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German | Polish

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9 November 2016 (Germany) See more »

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