I guess that would depend on when they lived there.
For example, some of my familly lived in the Alsace-Lorraine region in the 1800's, when it was part of Germany. That makes them German. Now, as it is controlled by France, I would say that those people are Frenchmen of German heritage.
You know, like how there are lots of Swiss of French heritage. Like Jean-Jacques Rousseau, he was Swiss(even though lots of idiots call him French).
You don't have to be German to be a Nazi (just look at Bush and the entire republican party). Actually the term nazi is wrong, the nazi party was a right wing political party formed in Germany, but their political ideology is facism. For example (republican jokes (or facts depending on your views) aside for the moment) there are neo nazi "sects" (for want of a better word) in the US, some of them are the weird retarded bastards who worship Hitler, but most are just facists, so while they are not technically nazis, they are lumped with the stereotype.
Originally Posted by אֲדֹנָי