Are German and English sausages the same thing?
The various recipes and the taste of them in the two countries are totally different
There are many (dozens of?) varieties of sausage in Britain, made to regional recipes. I think the same applies in Germany.
no. For example, a Cumberland sausage is only associated with Cumberland in England, as there is no Cumberland in Germany. Also, a Bratwurst is normally to be found in Germany, because it is German.
A sausage is a sausage. And both countries have many varieties of them.
No, German sausage (wursts) by law must contain 100% pork or beef.
No. Superficially there are similarities but some of German sausages can be massive. Why? I don’t know, there’s never a roll big enough to put them in.