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Greater Germany Infobox by Lehnaru Greater Germany Infobox by Lehnaru
An infobox template ripped straight from Wikipedia, customized by me, featuring my favourite ideal Greater Germany. I had very little idea what I was doing with the "Government" and "Legislature" sections, so feel free to criticize. Otherwise, everything else is pretty much how I want it. I still have no PoD or backstory as of yet.
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Albinavonroth Sep 20, 2013  Hobbyist Writer
You forgot Silesian Language.
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:iconjulius1880:
julius1880 Sep 20, 2013  Hobbyist General Artist
At that size it would be a Reich with a constitution.
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Artaxes2 Sep 17, 2013  Hobbyist
What with a rest of Poland in such world ?
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:iconlehnaru:
It consists of the area of Congress Poland and Austrian Galicia.
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:iconarminius1871:
Awesome project, why didnīt I find this before? You must add your picture to much more groups to get attention!

Btw. the Motto Suum Cuique would be in German: Jedem das Seine.

And I must say Deutsches Reich would work, not like Fenn-O-Manic said doesnīt work, because Reich does actually not mean, if it is monarchy or republic, Reich is just a territorial name. It comes from the german word Bereich, which means just region or part of a land.
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:iconlehnaru:
I'm not involved in any groups!

I'd thought about using Jedem das Seine, but I like the Latin better, and the German has a negative reputation. I could get away with it by saying this would be an infobox for the English Wikipedia and that English-speakers might refer to the Latin form of the motto as opposed to the German, as in the name Germany itself? ;)
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:iconarminius1871:
Has it really a bad image? Didnīt know German is bad in Canada XD
I have many hundreds German-Americans in my group and they all love it^^
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:iconlehnaru:
No, no, no! I meant that the German translation "Jedem das Seine" has a bad image due to its association with the Nazis.
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:iconarminius1871:
I think you mix it up, the phrase "Gott mit uns" "God (be) with us" was used in Prussia and later by the Wehrmacht.
But Jedem das Seine, is a phrase of tolerance, which was of course never used by the Nazis, because they donīt tolerate others^^
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:iconlehnaru:
The phrase was above the gates of Buchenwald :S
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