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    Quote Originally Posted by aherne View Post
    It's not accurate either. Tomanerchor, Leipzig (ignore one indian and one Asian kid):



    Brown hair dominates even among children, but 30-40% are blonde indeed. Teens, however, are strongly brown haired... (Northern) French boy choir:



    The ratio of blondes is higher in Germans, but not by much.
    Germans are much blonder than France. Studies that directly compare the two countries on athletes (with lighting accounted for) clearly show that. Two cherry picked pictures with questionable lighting don't disprove that. The map is accurate for children, but it does have a pretty wide definition of blonde probably.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aherne View Post
    You realize this is a temporary situation? The future of England (and Western Europe) is that of being a "multicultural" distopia.
    Yes I know, clock is ticking, birthrates especially. Even Australia is going that way too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supercomputer View Post
    If we compare it to the map of light eyes I made earlier, we see that in hair colour Bavaria is significantly darker than SW Germany, while in eye colour it's about the same:

    Huge survey indeed. It can be easliy compiled with data obtained at the same time in Belgium and all of Austria, including Galicia. Austrian data (millions of observations) is available online AFAIR. Additionally, it has been broken down by nationality in each school region.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Supercomputer View Post
    There is difference between Germans and Poles. Take a look at blondness of Green parts on this map (where Polish was majority language). They are slightly darker than surrounding Germans, but still a lot lighter than Bavaria.



    And the opposite tendency for light eyes.
    https://postlmg.cc/xJpv3sD4
    Not to mention that the areas east of the Oder were only linguistically Germanized.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cass View Post
    And the opposite tendency for light eyes.
    https://postlmg.cc/xJpv3sD4
    Not to mention that the areas east of the Oder were only linguistically Germanized.
    Good observation. From this map you can figure out that as a whole Germany is darker-eyed than Poland.

    I really don't like people trying to lightwash Germans, and Supercomputer appears to be a Germanophile.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Dentist View Post
    Good observation. From this map you can figure out that as a whole Germany is darker-eyed than Poland.

    Supercomputer appears to be a Germanophile.
    Only in your deluded ming.

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    Bavarians = E-V13

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    Interesting in this map is a North-South cline regardless of language spoken. Polish areas in Eastern Germany were equally light eyed and light haired... Proto-Keltic areas (Alsace/Lorraine, Palatinate, Bavaria), however, were closer to Northern French. If you've ever been to Alsace you will notice that natives (those with German surnames) look absolutely identical to ethnic French across the Vosges. Alpine dominates followed by Keltic Nordic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by aherne View Post
    Interesting in this map is a North-South cline regardless of language spoken. Polish areas in Eastern Germany were equally light eyed and light haired... Proto-Keltic areas (Alsace/Lorraine, Palatinate, Bavaria), however, were closer to Northern French. If you've ever been to Alsace you will notice that natives (those with German surnames) look absolutely identical to ethnic French across the Vosges. Alpine dominates followed by Keltic Nordic...
    Is it so surprising?
    It has been common knowledge among anthropologists at least for 100y.

    Now there are genetic studies with several genes which are responsible for these features.


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    Quote Originally Posted by cass View Post
    Is it so surprising?
    It has been common knowledge among anthropologists at least for 100y.

    Now there are genetic studies with several genes which are responsible for these features.

    This map is completely false. It shows Russians blonder than Swedes and Bulgarians blonder than South Germans

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