Adolf Hitler Aryanism

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Aryanism; The master race: What truly happened to the 'perfect ' race.

"All the human culture, all there results of art, science, and technology, that we see before us today, are almost exclusively the creative product of the Aryan. This very fact admits of the not unfounded inference that he alone was the founder of all higher humanity, therefore representing the prototype of all that we understand by the word of 'man. ' He is the Prometheus of mankind ... It was he who laid the foundations and erected the walls of every great structure in human culture. " - Adolf Hitler, from his book Mein Kamf (1925-26). Hitler is known to the world as a twisted killer, bent on the destruction of the Jews. Not only did he harm Jews though, but he targeted everyone who did not fall under the strict standards he had set for creating the "perfect" race to rule the world with. When Hitler came to power, his plan had two parts to it, the first part was to exterminate the imperfect people of the world then the second part was to reproduce and create the Aryan race. In order to
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This race is known as the Aryan race, made up from people described to have European and Western Asian heritage. The ideals for this race were developed around the ideas coming from the book "Racial science of the German people." by Gunther. He describes how the Germans were split up into the 5 different sub-types, with the Aryan/Nordic being the most pure out of them. Blue eyed, blonde haired, long-legged, and slim narrow faces were the ideals for the Aryan race, measurements of skull and nose sizes were taken for both them and the Jews. In many of the propaganda posters that were used for the Aryan race, you can see the ideals in place. Later on in WWII, the standards became even more narrowed, with the height being raised to 6"6 for a male Aryan to be considered top-line pure. Any women apart of the Aryan race had to provide lineage and prove their family was pure back to their grandparents as
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