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Comment by LGD on June 3rd, 2012 at 11:08 am

You, my friend do not know what you are talking about, and also you are most certainly a hungarian because you are so subjective and willingly change or missdirect history.
Try to find the latest research done in germany (on fossil DNA) and you will find that according to genetic testing the romanians in transilvania are the purest tipes of romanians and they inhabit this part of romania from the days of the tracians.
The roman empire or any other empires could not do anything about this, there were NO major changes in terms of demographics. Then the catholic church started speculating (to widen it’s influence) that the inhabiting population is not direct descending of the dacians, thus, willingly rewriting history, as you, my “friend” have done.
To shame….

Comment by Jennifer Tanabe on July 17th, 2012 at 9:25 am

Thank you for your comment, and your desire to help NWE be a valuable informational resource.

However, I am not sure which part of the article you find problematic. I was not involved in the writing/editing of this article, but I can assure you that the NWE contributors are not Hungarian and so do not have the bias you suggest. Perhaps the original Wikipedia article upon which our article was based was at fault.

However, our article notes that there has been “a centuries-long feud between Romanian and Hungarian historians over Transylvania” and presents both sides, neither denying nor confirming that the Romanian population in Transylvania is directly descended from the Dacians.

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