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adopted and further developed several hypotheses concerning race . Classifications of human races were made and various measurements of population samples were carried out during the 1930s.


* 1 Hierarchy

* 1.1 Aryan: Nordic and Germanic * 1.2 Mediterranean Aryans * 1.3 Eastern Aryans * 1.4 Subhuman: Romani, Slavs
and Jews
* 1.5 Honorary Aryans

* 2 Racialist ideology

* 2.1 Origins * 2.2 Ideology

* 3 Propaganda and implementation of racial theories * 4 See also * 5 References * 6 Bibliography


The Nazis claimed to observe scientifically a strict hierarchy of the human race. Hitler's view towards race and people can be found throughout Mein Kampf
Mein Kampf
but more specifically in chapter 11 "Nation and Race".


Hitler made references to an "Aryan Race " founding a superior type of humanity. The purest stock of Aryans according to Nazi ideology was the Nordic people of Germany, England, Denmark, The Netherlands, Sweden and Norway. The Nazis claimed that Germanic people specifically represented a southern branch of the Aryan-Nordic population.


The Nazis regarded Italians, Spanish, and Portuguese as sharing a similar origin with Germans from ancient Indo-Aryan migration. Despite classifying these populations as Aryans and regarding them as more superior in arts than Nordics and Germans, the Nazis considered them less industrious than Nordics, Germans, Western Europeans and Honorary Aryans, thus marginally inferior than these races.

The question of South Tyrol was largely dealt by Hitler and Mussolini pragmatically: this region of Austria's Tyrol, annexed by Italy after 1919, would not become a constituent district of Ostmark (present-day Austria). Ethnic Germans in South Tyrol were given the option of either migrating back to the German Reich or remaining in South Tyrol to undergo forced Italianization.


The Eastern Aryans refers primarily to the Indo-European ethnic groups of Asia. This includes Persians, Kurds, Afghans, Armenians, Georgians, and Northern Indians, according to Albert Gorter and Alfred Rosenberg's Race Theories. Iranians were considered to be 'pure-blooded Aryans' and became immune from all Nuremberg Laws
Nuremberg Laws
in 1936. Thus, they could become Reich citizens by providing an Aryan certificate , which usually only consisted of presenting an Iranian passport.


, Roma , ethnic Poles
, Serbs
and other Slavic peoples
Slavic peoples
were not considered Aryans by Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany
but as subhuman, inferior race. A definition of Aryan that included all non-Jewish Europeans was deemed unacceptable by Nazis, and Expert Advisor for Population and Racial Policy included a definition defining Aryan as someone who is "tribally" related to "German blood"

Hitler shifted the blame of Germany's loss in the First World War upon "enemies from within". In the face of economic hardship as triggered by the Treaty of Versailles
Treaty of Versailles
(1919), Jews
who resided in Germany were blamed for sabotaging the country. The Nazis therefore classified them as the most inferior race and used derogatory terms Untermensch (sub-human) and Schwein (pig).

To expand the Lebensraum
(living space) for Germans, the Nazis later applied this classification to Slavs
, mainly the Poles, Serbs
and Russians, along with Romani (Gypsies) east of Germany. Within the subhuman hierarchy, Slavs
were generally classified slightly above the Romani and finally the Jews. Nonetheless, the Nazis' treatment to these ethnic groups shared no differentiation towards each other.

An Untermensch would be stripped of all his/her rights, treated as an animal, deemed to have a Lebensunwertes Leben (life unworthy of living) and fit only for enslavement and extermination.

Nazi ideology taught the German youth during school to understand the differences between the Nordic German "Übermenschen" and "ignoble" Jewish and Slavic "subhumans".


Chinese and Japanese, although non-Aryan in origin, were bestowed the status of Ehrenarien (Honorary Aryans) so that they could conduct lives and businesses in the German Reich without notable difficulties. Hitler respected these ancient civilizations and their strength of keeping intact their traditional cultures in the face of foreign colonisation.



Philosophers and other theoreticians participated in the elaboration of Nazi ideology. The relationship between Heidegger and Nazism
has remained a controversial subject in the history of philosophy , even today. According to the philosopher Emmanuel Faye, Heidegger said of Spinoza
that he was "ein Fremdkörper in der Philosophie", a "foreign body in philosophy" – Faye notes that Fremdkörper was a term which belonged to the Nazi glossary , and not to classical German. However Heidegger did to a certain extent criticise racial science, particularly in his Nietzsche lectures, which reject biologism in general. While generally speaking even in Heidegger's most German nationalist and pro-Nazi works of the early 30s, such as his infamous Rectorial address there is a lack of any overtly racialised language. Thus it is problematic to connect Heidegger with any racial theory. Carl Schmitt
Carl Schmitt
elaborated a philosophy of law praising the Führerprinzip
and the German people, while Alfred Baeumler instrumentalized Nietzsche\'s thought , in particular his concept of the "Will to Power ", in an attempt to justify Nazism.


Different Nazis offered a range of arguments—some pseudo-religious, others pseudoscientific—as to why the Aryan or European people was racially superior to persons of other races. But the central dogma of Aryan superiority was espoused by officials throughout the party.

Richard Walther Darré , Reich Minister of Food and Agriculture from 1933 to 1942, popularized the expression " Blut und Boden
Blut und Boden
" ("Blood and Soil"), one of the many terms of the Nazi glossary ideologically used to enforce popular racism in the German population. There were many academic and administrative scholars of race who all had somewhat divergent views about the social misconception of racism, including Alfred Rosenberg
Alfred Rosenberg
and Hans F. K. Günther

Fischer and Lenz were appointed to senior positions overseeing the policy of racial hygiene . The Nazi state used such ideas about the differences between European races as part of their various discriminatory and coercive policies which culminated in the Holocaust . Ironically, in Grant's first edition of his popular book The Passing of the Great Race he classified Germans as being primarily Nordic, but in his second edition, published after the USA had entered WWI, he had re-classified the now enemy power as being dominated by "inferior" Alpines, a tradition evident in the work of Harvard Professor of Anthropology Carlton Coon
Carlton Coon
's work, The Races of Europe.

Günther's work stated that the Germans are definitely not a fully Nordic people, and divided them into Western (Mediterranean), Nordic, Eastern (Alpine), East Baltic and Dinaric races.Hitler himself was later to downplay the importance of Nordicism in public for this very reason. The simplistic tripartite model of Grant which divided Europeans into only Alpine, Mediterranean, and Nordic, Günther did not use, and erroneously placed most of the population of Hitler's Germany in the Alpine category, especially after the Anschluss
. This has been used to downplay the Nordic presence in Germany. Gunther considered Jews
an "Asiatic race inferior to all European races".

J. Kaup led a movement opposed to Günther. Kaup took the view that a German nation, all of whose citizens belonged to a "German race" in a populationist sense, offered a more convenient sociotechnical tool than Günther's concept of an ideal Nordic type to which only a very few Germans could belong. Nazi legislation identifying the ethnic and "racial" affinities of the Jews
reflects the populationist concept of race. Discrimination was not restricted to Jews
who belonged to the "Semitic-Oriental-Armenoid" and/or "Nubian-African/Negroid" races, but was directed against all members of the Jewish ethnic population.

The German Jewish journalist Kurt Caro (1905–1979) who emigrated to Paris in 1933 and served in the British army from 1943, published a book under the pseudonym Manuel Humbert unmasking Hitler's Mein Kampf in which he stated the following racial composition of the Jewish population of Central Europe: 23.8% Lapponoid race, 21.5% Nordic race, 20.3% Armenoid race, 18.4% Mediterranean race, 16.0% Oriental race.

By 1939 Hitler had abandoned Nordicist rhetoric in favour of the idea that the German people as a whole were united by distinct "spiritual" qualities. Nevertheless, Nazi eugenics
Nazi eugenics
policies continued to favor Nordics over Alpines and other racial groups, particularly during the war when decisions were being made about the incorporation of conquered peoples into the Reich. The Lebensborn
program sought to extend the Nordic race. In 1942 Hitler stated in private,

I shall have no peace of mind until I have planted a seed of Nordic blood wherever the population stand in need of regeneration. If at the time of the migrations , while the great racial currents were exercising their influence, our people received so varied a share of attributes, these latter blossomed to their full value only because of the presence of the Nordic racial nucleus.

Hitler and Himmler planned to use the SS as the basis for the racial "regeneration" of Europe following the final victory of Nazism. The SS was to be a racial elite chosen on the basis of "pure" Nordic qualities.

Addressing officers of the SS-Leibstandarte "Adolf Hitler" Himmler stated:

The ultimate aim for those 11 years during which I have been the Reichsfuehrer SS has been invariably the same: to create an order of good blood which is able to serve Germany; which unfailingly and without sparing itself can be made use of because the greatest losses can do no harm to the vitality of this order, the vitality of these men, because they will always be replaced; to create an order which will spread the idea of Nordic blood so far that we will attract all Nordic blood in the world, take away the blood from our adversaries, absorb it so that never again, looking at it from the viewpoint of grand policy, Nordic blood, in great quantities and to an extent worth mentioning, will fight against us.

An influential figure among German racist theorists was Otto Reche who became director of Institute for Racial and Ethnic Sciences in Lipsk
and advocated genocide of Polish nation. In this position he wrote about ethnic Poles
that they "unfortunate mixture" consisting among others of Slavs, Balts and Mongolians, and they should be eliminated to avoid possible mixing with German race When Germany invaded Poland he wrote "We need Raum (space), but no Polish lice on our fur".


Poster in the Nazi newspaper Der Stürmer showing "Rassenschande" (lit. "racial defilement") between an Aryan and a Jew Romani woman with German police officer and Nazi psychologist Dr Robert Ritter A fragment of the exposition Der ewige Jude ("The Eternal Jew ") which demonstrates "typical" anatomical traits of the Jews
Around 120,000 prisoners of war from French-ruled Africa were captured by the Germans and, unlike other French captives, were not deported to Germany for fear of racial defilement Main article: Racial policy of Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany

Nazis developed an elaborate system of propaganda to diffuse these theories. Nazi architecture
Nazi architecture
, for example, was used to create the "new order" and improve the "Aryan race." Sports were also seen by the Nazis as a way to "regenerate the race" by exposing supposedly inferior peoples, namely the Jews, as slovenly, sedentary and out-of-shape. The Hitler Youth
Hitler Youth
, founded in 1922, had among its basic motivations the training of future "Aryan supermen" and future soldiers who would faithfully fight for the Third Reich.

Cinema was also used to promote racist theories, under the direction of Joseph Goebbels
Joseph Goebbels
' Propagandaministerium . The German Hygiene Museum in Dresden diffused racial theories. A 1934 poster of the museum shows a man with distinctly African features and reads, "If this man had been sterilized there would not have been born ... 12 hereditarily diseased."(sic) According to the current director Klaus Voegel, "The Hygiene Museum was not a criminal institute in the sense that people were killed here," but "it helped to shape the idea of which lives were worthy and which were worthless."

Nazi racial theories soon translated into legislation, most notably with the 1935 Nuremberg Laws
Nuremberg Laws
and the July 1933 Law for the Prevention of Hereditarily Diseased Offspring . The Aktion T4
Aktion T4
euthanasia programme, in which the Kraft durch Freude (KdF, literally "Strength Through Joy") youth organisation participated, targeted people accused of representing a danger of "degeneration " towards the "Deutsche Volk ." Under the race laws, sexual relations between Aryans (cf. Aryan certificate ) and non-Aryans known as Rassenschande
("race defilement") became punishable by law. To preserve the "racial purity" of the German blood, after the beginning of the war the Nazis extended the race defilement law to include all foreigners (non-Germans).

Despite the laws against Rassenschande, allegations of rape against Jewish women during the Holocaust by Nazi soldiers have surfaced.

The Nazi regime called for all German people wanting to be citizens of the Reich to produce proof of Aryan ancestry , certain exceptions were made when Hitler issued the " German Blood Certificate " for those people classified by the race laws to be of partial Aryan and Jewish ancestry.

During World War II, Germanization
efforts were carried out in central and eastern Europe to cull those of "German blood" there. This started with the classification of people into the Volksliste
. Those selected were either sent for Germanization, or killed to prevent "German blood" being used against the Nazis. In regions of Poland, Poles
either mass murdered or ethnically cleansed to make room for Baltic Germans
Baltic Germans
induced to emigrate after the pact with the USSR. Efforts were made to identify people of German descent with Nordic traits from pre-war citizens of Poland, once chosen if the individual passed the screening process test of being considered "racially valuable" they were then abducted from their parents to be Germanized and then sent to Germany to be raised as Germans, those children who failed racist tests were used as test subjects in medical experiments or used as slaves in German industry.

Western countries, such as France, were treated less roughly because they were viewed as racially superior to the "subhuman" Poles
that were to be enslaved and exterminated, though not as good as full Germans; a complex of racial categories was boiled down by the average German to mean "East is bad and West is acceptable." Still, extensive racial classification was practiced in France, for future uses.


* Anti-Russian sentiment
Anti-Russian sentiment
* Aryan certificate * Hutu Power * An Investigation of Global Policy with the Yamato Race as Nucleus * " Life unworthy of life " * Manifesto of Race * Nazi crimes against the Polish nation * Nazi eugenics
Nazi eugenics
* State racism * Übermensch
* World War II
World War II
persecution of Serbs


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was also the product of Nazi racial ideology, which held that the Slavic peoples
Slavic peoples
of the east were inferior to the Aryan race. * ^ Hitler's Home Front: Wurttemberg Under the Nazis, Jill Stephenson p. 135, Other non-'Aryans' included Slavs, Blacks and Roma . * ^ Race Relations Within Western Expansion - Page 98 Alan J. Levine - 1996 Preposterously, Central European Aryan theorists, and later the Nazis, would insist that the Slavic-speaking peoples were not really Aryans * ^ The Politics of Fertility in Twentieth-Century Berlin - Page 118 Annette F. Timm - 2010 The Nazis' singleminded desire to "purify" the German race through the elimination of non-Aryans (particularly Jews, Gypsies, and Slavs) * ^ Curta 2001 , p. 9, 26–30. * ^ Jerry Bergman, " Eugenics
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was also the product of Nazi racial ideology, which held that the Slavic peoples
Slavic peoples
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* Giuseppe Sergi * Samuel Stanhope Smith * Herbert Spencer
Herbert Spencer
* Morris Steggerda * Lothrop Stoddard * William Graham Sumner * Thomas Griffith Taylor
Thomas Griffith Taylor
* Paul Topinard * John H. Van Evrie * Otmar Freiherr von Verschuer * Rudolf Virchow
Rudolf Virchow
* Voltaire
* Alexander Winchell
Alexander Winchell
* Ludwig Woltmann


* An Essay upon the Causes of the Different Colours of People in Different Climates (1744) * The Outline of History of Mankind (1785) * Occasional Discourse on the Negro Question (1849) * An Essay on the Inequality of the Human Races (1855) * The Races of Europe (Ripley, 1899) * The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century (1899) * Race Life of the Aryan Peoples (1907) * Heredity in Relation to Eugenics
(1911) * Castes in India: Their Mechanism, Genesis and Development (1916) * The Passing of the Great Race (1916) * The Rising Tide of Color Against White World-Supremacy (1920) * The Myth of the Twentieth Century
The Myth of the Twentieth Century
(1930) * Annihilation of Caste (1936) * The Races of Europe (Coon, 1939) * An Investigation of Global Policy with the Yamato Race as Nucleus (1943) * The Race Question
The Race Question


* Eugenics
* Great chain of being
Great chain of being
* Monogenism * Polygenism * Pre-Adamite


* History of anthropometry

* Racial categorization

* in India

* in Latin America

* in Brazil * in Colombia

* in Singapore * in the United States

* Scientific racism
Scientific racism

* Nazism
and race

* Racial hygiene
Racial hygiene

* Whiteness

* in the United States

* Whitening

* Branqueamento/ Blanqueamiento

* Passing * Racial stereotypes * Martial race
Martial race
* Master race
Master race

* Color names

* Colorism

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