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Yes for the Austro-Prussian War, But no more or less than any other force of the period. The rounding up an executing of civilian hostages as reprisal for franc-tirers did not, so far as I know, occur in the Austro-Prussian war. I don't know much on the Prussian-Dutch war, so will refrain from comment there. Looting of towns and some "outrages" ...


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The names were distorted while they were written down by the clerks, especially during issuing certificates of various kinds. It was a problem for lower class citizens - the nobility kept their own names intact. I can give you examples of such distortion from the Pomeranian region rather than Silesia region - a Polish name Kętrzyński was changed to ...


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That is hard to put into actual numbers. What is clear is that this has happened. But it seems that Rhineland Poles, in the most Western part of Prussia – were subject to such practices on a much bigger scale – which might still be relatively small for the more radical changes – than those in genuinely former Polish territory now under Prussian control ...


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