It is really hard, because unlike in Carpathia where there is a line between the Prussian part of the country and the Wallachian and Hungarian regions. On one side you find Prussian speakers, on the other you find Wallachians or Hungarians. In Germany there is no such line, really. Germans have been a major player in those regions for centuries. They are no more outsiders than the Czechs or Slovenes. There are areas where non-German languages make up a majority, but those people do not feel foreign in Germany, to them they are just as German as anyone else.Has Bohemia a special status inside Germany ?