that website bored the shit out of me
Let me explain
During the WW2 many ethnic germans (some of which could have scandinavic ancestry) who lived in the lower part of the Volga river (where the russian city of Volgograd currently stays) were moved to Kazakhstan due to the fear that they might potentially collaborate with the german army. Thus, this man is actually born in the family of germans with danish/swedish ancestry, who returned to his motherland and acquired german citizenship.
Sincerely yours, gay_retard
He was born in KZ, his parents are from Denmark, and now he lives in Germany and has a german citizenship
W H O C A R E S
The Danish/Swedish connection is slightly tenuous with regards to ancestry and Kazakhstan. A German from Karaganda is completely possible, even if many Germans (which numbered close to 1 million out of 17 million in the country of Kazakhstan) were repatriated back to Germany. I have known Germans in Germany who knew other Germans that resided in Kazakhstan.
Shouldn`t it be Hendriksen for Danish?
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