east prussian surnames

Germany's many many names—from Latin to Lakota

by Roots and Routes
'Germans' and 'Germany' have a lot of different names. That's actually pretty normal for an ethnic group, but Germany is really the only *country* whose various ...

My German-American Identity Crisis: My Last Name and My Hidden DNA

by Family Friendly Daddy Blog
How do you feel about this? If you're interested in purchasing a DNA test through MyHeritage like we did, here's the link: http://amzn.to/2C7paDM Family Friendly ...

Do Germans have some Slavic descent??? UNTOLD SLAVIC HISTORY

by Slavic Affairs
By becoming one of my Patrons you are making my dreams one step closer to realization ❤️ https://www.patreon.com/slavicaffairs Germans have some Slavic ...

What Is East Prussia Called Now

"What Is East Prussia Called Now Watch more videos for more knowledge What Is East Prussia Called Now https://www.youtube.com/watch/c3w-12f5_s4 The ...

How Lithuanian Last Names Work

by Egle Makar

What on Earth Happened to the Goths?

by Masaman
Who were the ancient Goths of Europe, and how did they go from conquerors of the Roman Empire, to the strange underground subculture we see today?

No wonder Poland's demanding billions from Germany

by InterView
No wonder Poland's demanding billions from Germany The scene is a German town called Gleiwitz close to the Polish border. Here, on the night of August 31, ...

Emden - The Swan of the East (World War 1)

by HistoryMarche
Emden - The Swan of the East ☆ Please consider supporting our effort on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/historymarche Recommended channel: World War ...

The Sound of the Old Prussian Language (Basel Epigram & The Lord's Prayer)

by I Love Languages!
Old Prussian is an extinct Baltic language once spoken by the Old Prussians, the Baltic peoples of Prussia (not to be confused with the later and much larger ...

Germans and Polish dont mix says Herr Hitler

by spottydog4477
Couple of horny kids get punished.

Who Do I Think I Am? Episode 1

by Stephen Williamson
The Most Distinguished Surname Williamson. The surname Williamson is a patronymic surname derived from the Norman personal name William, meaning "son ...

Why did the Royal Family change their name to Windsor? 100 years since royals.

by Breaking News
Why did the Royal Family change their name to Windsor? 100 years since royals adopted name IN June 1917 a squadron of German Gotha IV biplane bombers ...

2018-06-20 La Zamenhofoj antaŭ L. L. Zamenhof

by Torina Esperanto-Centro
Il presidente onorario del CET prof. Fabrizio A. Pennacchietti, dopo aver aperto in ottobre il ciclo di serate culturali 2017/2018, conclude la serie con una ...

Saint Patrick and the Serpents of Ireland

by Arith Härger
Saint Patrick, The Irish, Serpents and Druids - What do they have in common? What on earth was going on in Ireland? My Social Media: ...

Hitler discovers his Wolf's Lair bunker has become a Polish hotel

by Robert Tolhurst
A tolhurst parody. Hitler is looking at a model of the Wolf's Lair in Rastenburg/East Prussia – or is it really Germania? - and discovers that, after the war, it will be ...

Is "American" an Ethnicity?

by Masaman
As July 4th, American Independence day approaches, many ask if there is such a thing as the American nation or ethnicity, as global vernacular often tends to ...

The Indo-European Connection

by Langfocus
This video is about the Indo-European languages and the connections between them, going all the way back to Proto-Indo-European. Support Langfocus on ...

Historical and Linguistic Discussion with Leornende Eald Englisc

by History With Hilbert
Welcome everyone to my discussion I'll be having with my good friend from Leornende Eald Englisc! If Anglo-Saxon, Early Medieval History and Linguistics ...

Basque - A Language of Mystery

by Langfocus
This video is all about the mysteries of Euskara - the Basque language of the Basque people in Europe. Support Langfocus on Patreon: ...

NAPOLEON BONAPARTE built "EGYPTIAN PYRAMID" and "Lighthouse" to Celebrate Austerlitz?!?!?!?!

by Charles Kos
Hi everyone I think that Napoleon built this Egyptian pyramid on an earlier site. It's in terms of size, between Menkauara and Khufu. Hope you enjoy. Why did ...


by Lauren Jones

Finding Your European Ancestors in Archives - Interview with Miles Meyer

by Family History Fanatics
Europe is a big place, with lots of records. Miles Meyer is going to teach us where to find all these records - in archives. Visit Mile's website: ...

Is Prince Philip Greek Or German?

by new sparky
Prince philip british royal family historythe languages of the royals prince philip, consort to queen elizabeth ii dummies. Philip was himself born prince philippos ...

GERMANY - WikiVidi Documentary

by WikiVidi Documentaries
Germany , officially the Federal Republic of Germany , is a country in central-western Europe. It includes 16 constituent states, covers an area of 357386 km2, ...

Cantor Abraham Sukoenig - Schachar Avakesheho (Arnold Marksohn)

by HomageToDonByas
Abraham Sukoenig was born Abraham Sukenik in Ivenets, a town in the province of Minsk in Byelorussia (now Belarus). His father, Shabbsai Sukenik, was a ...

Rurik & Slavic tribes expansion Kievan Rus, Galicia Volhynia, Muscovy [ Early Russia ]

by PowerRossiya
http://www.youtube.com/user/PowerRossiya Kievan Rus was a medieval european state which existed from 880 populated by Old East Slavic warrior elite tribes, ...

Invention no 8 in F Major by Johann Sebastian BACH & Tarantella in A Minor by Albert PIECZONKA

by Gabriel0399
A Biography of Albert Pieczonka and Survey of his Works by Stephen Erickson Albert Emil Theodor Pieczonka was born in Königsberg, East Prussia, ...


by La Nomia - Everything baby names
Meaning o f the name Mason. What is the meaning of the name Mason? Name Mason is derived from an English surname meaning "stoneworker, one who ...

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by outer internet

What happened to Germany after World War 2? Tom Williamson

by Ignite Liverpool
Enlightening talks in 5 minutes Recorded at Leaf Cafe, Bold Street, Liverpool We are always looking for new speakers so get in touch. Find out more at ...

List of the most common surnames in Germany - Wikipedia

The common names Schmidt and Schmitz lead in the central German-speaking and eastern Low German-speaking areas. Meyer is particularly common in the ...

Old Prussians - Wikipedia

Old Prussians, Baltic Prussians or simply Prussians refers to the indigenous peoples from a cluster of Baltic tribes that inhabited the region of Prussia. This region lent its name to the later state of Prussia (see King in Prussia). It was located on the south-eastern shore of the Baltic Sea between the ...

Surname Research - Germanic Genealogy Society

Records 1 - 50 of 1599 ... Search Surname: ... Actions, Surname, Country, State/Prov. ... Arndt, Germany ( GER), Ostpreussen (East Prussia) (OP), Jarft/Haselau/ ...

German (East Prussian) Submitted Surnames - Behind the Name

A list of submitted surnames in which the usage is German (East Prussian).

So you think your ancestor was Prussian… – ManyRoads

The land of the Old Prussians consisted approximately of central and southern East Prussia – the present-day Warmian-Masurian Voivodeship of Poland, the ...

Why do so many Prussian surnames sound Slavic? - Quora

“Slavic DNA” (IF R1a is to be accepted as truly Slavic) is not significant in East Germany. It's around 10–15%. Old Prussians - Wikipedia.

How Old Prussian were the East Prussian Germans? - Eupedia Forum

I'd argue that for N people there German surnames would mean Old ... people with this surname live in Germany (origin from East Prussia), ...

West Prussia (Westpreussen), and East Prussia (Ostpreussen ...

Prussia, West Prussia, and East Prussia. Online Genealogy Records These are genealogy links to online databases to assist in researching your family history.

Family Names of the Prussian Mennonites

16 Mar 2006 ... For the Plauschwarren Frisian congregation in Prussian Lithuania (Gumbinnen district of East Prussia) only a microfilm copy made in the 1930s ...