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Israelite Tribes Amongst Germanic Linguistic Groups
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Movement of the Ten Tribes of Israel
Brit-Am Foreword from the Editor.
The following series of articles contains information much of which we may already have
spoken of elsewhere. Here we are dealing with the so-called Germanic Peoples in the Early Migrations Period.
Some of these groups were actually "Celtic". Others were of unknown origin. A good portion of the peoples concerned moved into what are now the Netherlands, Belgium, France, Switzerland, and England.
Some remained in Germany. Other Peoples from further east moved westward and became "Germanicized".
Later in the 1700s and 1800s CE there was a mass migration to the USA. Those who left Germany were different in many ways
from those who remained behind. We have spoken of this in the past and hope to discuss it again, more at length.
In summation, our understanding is that on the whole those "Germanic" groups who left Germany were to some degree of Israeltie origin.
Those who did not leave were of other stock.
The following series of articles is intended to discuss these issues from a historical perspective..
Tacitus and Germania: Israelite Origins
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