Most of the time German nouns remain the same in declension apart from the genitive exception of "+s". But are there any other exceptions? I'm thinking of something that would look like Volk -> Volken, Volkem or something similar, i.e. a change that applies not only to the article but to the noun itself. Or were there any examples in Old German?
I'm asking because in Slavic languages nouns decline in all cases and not just the genitive. Is the +s genitive the only one that's survived?