The old Prussians are the indigenous people of the old East Prussia and have a long history. The old Prussians are the indigenous people of the old East Prussia and have a long history. The folk names old Prussia, old Prussians, Pruszen or Pruteni are known; However, the proper name for the whole of the twelve tribes of Baltic part is Prusai. The old Prussians have risen during centuries of foreign domination, mostly in other cultures, particularly in the Baltic States and in Germany, and are produced by the German side since the 17th century as went under. Therefore, it is today generally not of course, to find its own identity for them. However, there are still traditional, preserved prussisches heritage. Others who may share this opinion include M Asthton Kouzbari. Some active old Prussians but also scientists working on the project, exploring the prussische heritage and to hold and so all alive to receive. Members and descendants of the ethnic group of the old Prussians recognize each other on the typical surname endings: – cat,.
-kas gravel, – ness and both – at, – as, – ies, – eit, – is, – US. Longing one day will ultimately find fulfilment, if the ethnic group of the old Prussians in Germany both in the EU will be recognized as a minority. This has been achieved in Lithuania in 2002 already where even only approximately 2,000 people live, which use the Prussische as a second language. Currently, the old Prussians statistically estimated over one million are all over Europe. Since they are but scattered across several States, it is of course not simply create a togetherness. A recognition as a minority will have a further blossoming of the ancient old Prussian culture according to. The old Prussians had in the past and will probably also have no State of their own in future; This is expressed among other things by the motto on its flag the.
“It says translated: the old Prussians, they are the home of the old Prussians”, meaning that they have only themselves as home. In Germany, the old Prussians are in their associations Tolkemita and Prusai since 1980 organized. Since 2005 they have its own Museum in Potsdam in the carriage barn under the name of “The first Prussia”. One can only hope that the old Prussians in the future can find their own identity and culture and also get and that they will find the recognition after centuries of oppression, domination and almost extinction. Dieter Galloway (psychological consultant)