The expansion of the proto-Germanic peoples

The ancestors of the Germanic peoples probably lived in Eurasia. Around 1000 BC., some of them reached the settlement area between the Baltic Sea and the Alps, and throughout centuries, they even reached the Danube, the Vistula and Scandinavia Author: ZDF/Terra X/Gruppe 5/ Sabine Bier, Sahar Eslah, Cristina Trebbi/Martin Christ, Marc Riemer, Joachim C. Seck/ Claudia Spoden, Ramin Sabeti/Faber Courtial, Jörg Courtial/Gruppe 5 FX, xkopp creative Translation & redub: alugha Click here to see more videos: https://alugha.com/TerraX

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