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Title: The Migration Period

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Date: July 4, 1999
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This migration was due to military pressures, climate change and population pressure. The Germanic tribes at this time were first to make the mass migration in Europe. The first people to settle in what is now southern Scandinavia and Denmark were people who shared a common culture. Called the “Nordic Bronze Age” (World Book) this period is described as pre-A...

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Called the “Nordic Bronze Age” (World Book) this period is described as pre-A.D. times. What brought about a migration to the south, and the European mainland was a change in climate around 2700 B.C. This brought about a much colder climate, deterring crops and farming. Most of the people moved south into what is now modern day Germany and Denmark...

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