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so what's that thing on that dr I?

... btw it flew first in 1917
 

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Well OK, there you go, and we don't need to see Hitler wearing it or the poster on the Wiki or anything big... That's a totally self-defeated cross, I'm making crosses to toss the lesser race slavs, (Poland, Russia, Bulgaria, Ukraine, East Europe), where Poland is 100% catholic and the cross is nominally, Hitler's catholic, all the crosses are to say racially exterminate christians.
hitler wore an ek I (which is a maltese cross)


... dude you need to sort your crosses
 

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N-O-N-S-E-N-S-E

before the English invention of racism there was only groupism and the Polish did fight quite well not to become Christian
Racism and nationalism are new phenomena to mankind just as US of A
History is way older
That doesn't sound like my story. The Polish princess married the Lithuanian Prince forming a Christian Marriage Union and the Union of Poland-Lithuania, sometimes, Lithuanian-Poland Commonwealth for a few hundred years after they defeated the German invasion of Lithuania-Poland. Lithuania as I said was the recent convert and Poland had been there for hundreds of years .
 

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That doesn't sound like my story. The Polish princess married the Lithuanian Prince forming a Christian Marriage Union and the Union of Poland-Lithuania, sometimes, Lithuanian-Poland Commonwealth for a few hundred years after they defeated the German invasion of Lithuania-Poland. Lithuania as I said was the recent convert and Poland had been there for hundreds of years .
German Invasion?
nope
German Christianisation yes German keep the status quo (we are the Boss) yes
moment German? really
The order had members from all German lands (including England, Danmark, Bretagne ...)

Stop looking at in medieveal history in terms of modern national states

it is sheer and utter nonsense

it was dynasties and religions and oc religious orders (often vs dynasties - as here)
 
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and origionally with WW I airforce

those tanks in WW II originally had a white kross but the beastly enemy took that as an aiming help
(we did the same with the white stars on the Shermans)
Again Teutonics are flashy, as the book proposes directly in "Poland", from there to there about the Nazi cross we agreed on, were the Teutonics of 1400 ad advancing religion as were the teutonics of 1200 ad, the time frame of control of Prussia, Riga, near Lithuania, secularizing into Prussian Empire. We need to look deeply at every military action separately. Wasn't "Living Space" the crusades too? Did anyone teach Arabic? Then look at the Hundred Years War, Eleanore of Aquitaine French Crown moves to England, or is it the other way. High Royalty.
 

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So, I figure it'd be Ridiculous to a European like my topic is saying, but it sort of feels like Americans are self-sufficient without any perception, wing, take, or corner of the Historical Church. I don't think I ever received a hint that the Historical Church of any group is really necessary to America. So Eisenhower was behind the Liberty stamp and the first federal "In God We Trust" from the Star Spangled Banner. Though, I read that America as 2% Catholic in its founding. So wait, America is intent on not having awareness on the Church while Catholics are the ignorable ones?

Look Alabama isn't on top of the Federal Government. Federal Government is on top of religion on top of Alabama , has muppets at PCUSA not connecting any dots. What is the Statue of Liberty Mandate to Presbyterian religion in "Union Victory"? Abolition..U.S. Constitution. “Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” "You're a Grand Old Flag" spins the Scottish flag specifically. "Should Auld Acquaintance be Forgot?" So no overseas story holds any weight to anybody?! oppressive. "Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, " Nashville Parthenon of Greek Fame went up the same time as the Statue of Liberty in competition. I compared "Alabama state song" and "My Country Tis of Thee" and "Land of Hope and Glory", wouldn't the "greek fame" of "British Grenadiers" be appropriate here? A Greek Virginia stands tall over a fallen Roman, "Thus Always to Tyrants". "Better the Ottoman's Turban than the Papal Tiara".

I figure everyone could very well imagine a final adieu to the whole Church, couldn't they? They don't make any TV programming. Their messages favor in-house meetings, no one seemed a fan during the war... One of them is an in-house misdirection campaign. Has the Church got anybody anything? Do you think Government will complete that work? So the Statue of Liberty as Religious Messaging widely acknowledged, means abolition of slavery from France, a widely known secular government, the government of France ensures you no public encounter of religion as if someone showed you their underwear.
 

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German Invasion?
nope
German Christianisation yes German keep the status quo (we are the Boss) yes
moment German? really
The order had members from all German lands (including England, Danmark, Bretagne ...)

Stop looking at in medieveal history in terms of modern national states

it is sheer and utter nonsense

it was dynasties and religions and oc religious orders (often vs dynasties - as here)
Had anyone told the German people they were a people? Tends to be a Government that does that. It tends to be Governments defines its peoples as a peoples and it gets its own benefit , and which Kingdoms are their Title-Kingdoms... Notice I didn't say Nation or Nationalism anywhere: a people sharing language, culture, descent. Forget that, that's not on the Church sign. The Church divisions isn't explicit Nation, do you go somewhere and see a custom?
Notice Mary Queen of Scots was married the King of France , then an Italian then an English nobleman supported her cause and was deposed by John Knox. The French Revolution called Marie Antoinette an Austrian, Napoleon and the French Revolution successfully defeated most of Europe in a way that forever defines Nationalism, however. "Napoleon's Retreat".
 

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Anyone for deference to Presbyterianism today? I have Preference for BBC version. Richard Harris is a grandiose drama king playing kings of england, playing a rule of law anti-king. The Westminster Confession, made by an assembly, is a body of clergy assigned by parliament, not the Parliament often pictured... Does Jefferson Davis favor the hairstyles of the referenced Oliver Cromwell, does it seem? Is the Lincoln Memorial appear to be a reverence of the written law?

Who are the idiots creating non-equivalence in the Christendom? Korea? Netherlands? Scotland, North Ireland? USA? What of the Protestant Reformation? Ask a Congressman. Westminster Confession strict adherence end of story, Southern Presbyterianism.

Oliver Cromwell 1970 on Vimeo

 

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Southern Presbyterianism.
Is false, but let talk Scots and English... You the Presbyterians were found in America by the English not the Scots...


snip... all English...

The Puritans (who sought to “purify” the Church of England from within) didn’t arrive in the American Colonies until 1630. They were Calvinists, and preferred a Reformed style of service and polity--rule by elders instead of bishops. Those tenets traveled with a second wave of Puritan emigrants who set sail from Lynn in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in March 1640 to Long Island, in present day New York. There they founded what is widely considered the oldest Presbyterian congregation in America: First Presbyterian Church, Southampton, New York. Seven of the eight oldest Presbyterian churches in America were also established by Puritans on Long Island: Southold, 1640; Hempstead, 1643; East Hampton, 1648; Newtown, 1652; Huntington, 1658; Setauket, 1660; and Jamaica, 1662. New Castle Presbyterian Church in Delaware was founded in 1651. [2]

The first Scots Presbyterian church....

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The congregation of First Scots dates to 1731 when 12 Scottish families withdrew from the Meeting House, located at the site where the Circular Congregational Church now stands. These members formed Scot's Kirk or the Scotch Meeting House, and were associated with the Presbytery of Charleston and later the Presbyterian Church of the United States. Their first building was finished in 1734 and used for worship until the current church was built.

First Scots Presbyterian Church, the fifth oldest church in Charleston, was constructed in 1814. Its design was perhaps inspired by St. Mary's Cathedral in Baltimore, Maryland designed by Benjamin Latrobe.Feb 20, 2018.
 

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Is false, but let talk Scots and English... You the Presbyterians were found in America by the English not the Scots...


snip... all English...

The Puritans (who sought to “purify” the Church of England from within) didn’t arrive in the American Colonies until 1630. They were Calvinists, and preferred a Reformed style of service and polity--rule by elders instead of bishops. Those tenets traveled with a second wave of Puritan emigrants who set sail from Lynn in the Massachusetts Bay Colony in March 1640 to Long Island, in present day New York. There they founded what is widely considered the oldest Presbyterian congregation in America: First Presbyterian Church, Southampton, New York. Seven of the eight oldest Presbyterian churches in America were also established by Puritans on Long Island: Southold, 1640; Hempstead, 1643; East Hampton, 1648; Newtown, 1652; Huntington, 1658; Setauket, 1660; and Jamaica, 1662. New Castle Presbyterian Church in Delaware was founded in 1651. [2]

The first Scots Presbyterian church....

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The congregation of First Scots dates to 1731 when 12 Scottish families withdrew from the Meeting House, located at the site where the Circular Congregational Church now stands. These members formed Scot's Kirk or the Scotch Meeting House, and were associated with the Presbytery of Charleston and later the Presbyterian Church of the United States. Their first building was finished in 1734 and used for worship until the current church was built.

First Scots Presbyterian Church, the fifth oldest church in Charleston, was constructed in 1814. Its design was perhaps inspired by St. Mary's Cathedral in Baltimore, Maryland designed by Benjamin Latrobe.Feb 20, 2018.
Anglicans and Presbyterians are merely dressed down Catholics in disguise.
 

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You seem to forget I lived in Korea... You seem wanting on Korean history so just leave them out of your post...

I seen this...
  • Sossaum (Korean: 소싸움) is a traditional sport of Korea, in which two oxen are pitted against each other.[6]

 
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