The Racial Elements of European History

       

Hans F. K. GŁnther

CONTENTS

Chapter I: REMARKS ON THE TERM 'RACE,' ON THE DETERMINATION OF FIVE EUROPEAN RACES, AND ON SKULL MEASUREMENT

Chapter II: THE BODILY CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EUROPEAN RACES
Part One: The Nordic Race
Part Two: The Mediterranean Race
Part Three: The Dinaric Race
Part Four: The Alpine Race
Part Five: The East Baltic Race

Chapter III: THE MENTAL CHARACTERISTICS OF THE EUROPEAN RACES

Chapter IV: RACIAL STRAINS FROM OUTSIDE EUROPE
Part One: Inner Asiatic, Negro, Hither Asiatic, Oriental
Part Two: The Jews

Chapter V: ENVIRONMENT, INHERITANCE, RACIAL MIXTURE

Chapter VI: THE DISTRIBUTION OF THE EUROPEAN RACES IN EUROPE
Part One: Britain, France, Belgium, Germany
Part Two: Spain, Portugal, Italy, the Balkans
Part Three: Scandinavia
Part Four: Eastern Europe, Russia

Chapter VII: THE EUROPEAN RACES IN PREHISTORY

Chapter VIII: THE NORDIC RACE IN PREHISTORY AND IN HISTORY
Part One: Indo-European Migrations
Part Two: The Hellenes
Part Three: The Romans

Chapter IX: THE DENORDIZATION OF THE PEOPLES OF ROMANCE SPEECH
Part One: Germany
Part Two: Spain, Italy
Part Three: France

Chapter X: THE DENORDIZATION OF THE PEOPLES OF GERMANIC SPEECH

Chapter XI: THE PRESENT DAY FROM THE RACIAL POINT OF VIEW

Chapter XII: THE NORDIC IDEAL -- A RESULT OF THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL VIEW OF HISTORY

LIST OF MAPS

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS


Dr. Hans F. K. GŁnther, The Racial Elements of European History (London: Methuen & Company, 1927). Translated by G. C. Wheeler from the second German edition of GŁnther's Rassenkunde Europas (Munich: J. F. Lehmanns Verlag, 1926). This work was digitalised by Karl Earlson and Arthur Kemp.


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