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Turks in Germany

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Turks in Germany then and now

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Turks in Germany, also referred to as German Turks and Turkish Germans, refers to ethnic Turkish people living in Germany. These terms are also used to refer to German-born individuals who are of full or partial Turkish ancestry. Whilst the majority of Turks arrived or originate from Turkey, there are also significant ethnic Turkish communities living in Germany who come from Southeastern Europe, Cyprus, and more recently as refugees from Syria, Iraq and Lebanon. Turkish people form the largest ethnic minority in Germany. Moreover, they form the second largest Turkish population in the world, after Turkey.
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