Quote Originally Posted by sparkey View Post
Again, we can also make tables of ethnicities, at which point it's certainly OK to put Prussians in with Germans. In fact, if we made both tables, we could see how they compare, and deduce how ethnicities moved around, and how much ethnicities that were away from their homeland for a time picked up in terms of genetics from outside their ethnicity.
Prussia is even more complicated, they had more Baltic genes than Germanic. After the WW2 most of the population was moved to East Germany by Stalin's order, not much left in Poland.