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CHAPTER  
PAGE
   
I
  RACIAL REALITIES IN EUROPE . . . . . . . .
1
     
II.
  KINDRED BRITAIN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
28
   
III.
  THE NORDIC NORTH . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . .
50
   
IV.
  COMPOSITE FRANCE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
71
   
V.
  THE MEDITERRANEAN SOUTH . . . . . . . .
94
   
VI.
  ALPINIZED GERMANY. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
122
   
VII.
  DISRUPTED CENTRAL EUROPE . . . . . . . .
145
   
VIII.
  THE ALPINE EAST. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
167
   
IX.
  THE BALKAN FLUX. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
200
   
X.
  THE NEW REALISM OF SCIENCE . . . . . . .
230

 

 

Aachen, 127
Act of Union, 65
Adolphus, Gustavus, 58
Africa, French in, 90; North, 103
Agriculture, in Denmark, 59
Aix-la-Chapelle, 127

Aland Islands, sweden's attitude in controversy over, 68; award of, to
Finland, 69

Alexander the Great, 203
Algeria, 90

Allies, the, Austria denied union with Germany by, 160; independence of Czechs recognized by, 177

Alpine race, the, 5, 6; physical appearance of, 7; in Norway, 9; origin and temperamental characteristics of, 12, 13; relations between Nordic and, 13, 14; survival of, over Nordics in Germany, 14; tendency of, to form political units, 15; in France, 76 ff. in Northern Italy, 99; in Germany, 124, 134, 141; the Slavs of, 129, 168, 190, 203,225; in Canada, 238

Alsace-Lorraine, 84
America, see United States
Americans, "New," 241 ff; "Old," 243; and the English, 29-31
Angles, the, 33
Arabs, the, 90
Aristocracy, of the Nordic, 17, 99; in Eastern Europe, 172.

Aryan race, the, invasion of India by 18; description of, 18

Ashkenazim Jews, the, 171
Asia Minor, massacre of Greeks in, 223

Asiatics, in Danube basin, 148; in Eastern Europe, 27, 169; in Poland and Russia, 171; in the Balkans, 201, 204

Austria, 139; race distribution in German, 25, 26; foundation of, 147; expelled from Germany, 154; decline of, 157; imperialism in, 158; the catastrophe of 1918 in, 158; desire of, for political union with Germany, 159 ff.; international receivership of, 160; uncertain future of, 162; Czechs under Habsburg, 175

Austria-Hungary, 145; area and population of, 146; formation of, 154; destruction of, 155; quarrel with Serbia, 212; Rumanians subject to, 227

Balkan Peninsula, the, 26, 166; geographical location of, 200; Asiatic invasions in, 201; instability of, 202, 209; Nordic conquest in, 202; Mediterraneans in, 202; barbarian invasion of, 203; conquered by Rome. 203; Alpine Slavs in, 203; Asiatic conquest of, 204; independence of, regained, 205; primitive character of peoples of, 206; intellectual progress of peoples of, 207; extirpation in 208; Turkish conquest in, 210; Turks defeated in, 217

Barbarians, in Italy, 103; in Germany, 124; in the Balkans, 203
Belgium, racial distribution in, 24
Benes, Mr., 177, 180
Berbers, the, 90
Bessarabia, 226
Bismarck, 136
Black Army of France, the, 75, 90 ff.
Bohemia, settled by Czechs, 173; Germanization of, 175
Bolshevism, in Italy, 107; in Hungary; 157; in Russia, 197, 198
Bosnia-Herzegovina, 146, 211
Brazil, American colonial empire in, 120
Britain, see Great Britain
Bucharest, the treaty of, 207, 208

Bulgaria, defeat of, in Balkan Wars; 207, 218; racial distribution in, 215; development of national consciousness in, 216; in contest over Macedonia, 217; area and population of 218; present condition of, 218

Bulgars, effect of Turkish conquest on; 215
Busts, clay, found in Egypt, 1-3

Byzantine Empire, 204; influence of, on Russia, 193; revival of, dream of modern Greece, 219 ff.

Caciquism, in Spain. 118; compared with Fascismo, 119
Caesar, 76-78
Canada, French, Alpine character of, 238
Carpathians, the, 148
Charlemagne, 126, 127, 129
Charles XII, 58
Christianity, split in, 220
Clemenceau, 74

 

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Continentals; misunderstanding of British by, 46
Copenhagen, 55
Cornwall, 32
Crete, 202
Croats, the, 210
Cromer, Lord, 161

Czecho-Slovakia, Magyars in, 165; alliance with Jugoslavia and Rumania, 165; independence of, recognized by Allies, 177; area and population of, 177; lack of harmony between various elements of population of, 177; uncertain future of, 180

Czechs, the, Slav and Nordic strains in, 174; isolation of, 175; Habsburg rule of, 175; destruction of nobility of, 176; political control of, regained, 176; superiority over Slovaks, 178; quarrel between Slovaks and, 179; foreign population of, 181

Danes, 33; Iceland under, 65; in Schleswig, 67

Danube Basin, diverse stocks in, 146; racial changes in, 147; Asiatic nomads in, 148; German invasion of, 149

De Lapouge; 74

Denmark, racial distribution in, 24; prosperity of, 50; peaceable settlement of disputes by, 53, 54; limitations to growth of, 55; area and population of, 55; Mediaeval might of, 58; industrialization of agriculture in, 59; prosperity and progress of, 60; economic, social, and political achievements in, 62 ff.; political unity of Norway with, 63; controversy of, with Iceland, 64; loss of Schleswig-Holstein by, 67

Dobrudja, 227
Dual Empire, see Austria-Hungary
Dushan, Stephen, 210

Egypt, clay busts found in, 1-3; restlessness of, 40; Khedivial Government of, 161

England, Nordics in, 18; racial elements of, 31-34; labor government in, 37; widespread poverty in, 42 ff; effect of war on economic situation of, 43; dependence of, on good relations with America, 47; difference in racial make-up of France and, 72; economic system of, compared with French, 82; hostility of, to France's African policies, 91

English, the, and Americans, 29-31; basic unity of, 36; stable character of political life of, 37; characteristics of workingman; 39; divergent points of view of French and, 45; reserve of, 46; underrating of, by Continentals, 46; economic system of, compared with French, 82; sense of racial affinity in, 246

Ericson, Leif, 57
Europe, racial factor in, 4, 5; Nordic decline in, 19, 21, 126; Asiatic invasions of Eastern, 27,169; imperialistic ambitions of nations of, 66; Nordicization of Western, 125; Teutonic invasion of, 125, 130; inter-Nordic wars in, 126; Dark Ages in, 127, 220; Latinized Nordics in, 128; crystallization of, into nations, 138; clashing foreign policies in, 139; danger of war in Central, 166; Alpine Slavs in Eastern, 168; instability of Eastern, 168; Nordic and Finnish stocks in Eastern, 169; complex racial make-up of Eastern, 170 ; ruling aristocracies in Eastern, 172; expansion of Rumanians and Serbs into Central, 208

Fascismo, 104, 107; spirit and character of, 108 ff; realism of, 109 ff.; youth of leaders of, 112; compared with Caciquism, 119.

Fascisti, the, 101
Ferdinand, Archduke Franz, 212

Finland, 63; relation of, to Sweden; 56; Sweden's loss of, 67; controversy , of, with Sweden, 68 ff.

Finns in Eastern Europe, 169
Flemings, the, 24

France, racial distribution in, 22, 23; national unity in; 71-73; difference in racial make-up of England and, 72; regionalism movement in, 74; geographical character of, 75; the Black Army of, 75, 90 ff; racial make-up of Gaul, 76; growth of Alpine element in, 77,79-81, 93; collapse of Roman civilization in, 78 ; Nordic ascendancy in, 79; Nordic decline in, 79; revolution in racial history of, 80; prosperity of peasants in, 81; economic system of, compared with England and Germany, 82; investing public of, 83; effect of war on, 83 ff.; population of, 84, 85; foreign elements in, 85; financial situation of, 85 ff.; political and military strength of, 87; colonial empire of, 87, 89 ff.; under Louis XIV, 92; Teutonic invasion of, 125; Poland favored by, 187-188

Franks, the, 126
French, the misunderstanding between British and, 45, 46; lack of racial element in, 72

 

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French Revolution; the; 73; racial aspect of, 80.
Gama, Vasco da, 120
Gaul, 76-78
Gerarchia, 110
Germans, invasion of Danube Basin by, 149; in Bohemia, 175; "March to the East" of, checked by Poland, 183

Germany, survival of Alpines over Nordics in, 14, 124, 134; racial distribution in, 24; effect of racial differences on, 25; Scandinavia's resistance broken by, 58; economic system of, compared with French, 82; pre-war state of mind of, 122, 123; early Nordic population of, 124; barbarians in, 124; Nordics in, 127, 131, 141; Slavs in, 129, 130; racial transformation of, 129; political grouping of nationality of, 130; mixed racial stocks in, 131, 135; annexation of Italy by, 131; decline of political power of, 132; Thirty Years' War in, 133 ff; founding of German Empire, 136; economic transformation of, 138; excessive prosperity of, 138, 140; foreign policy of, 139; Alpine race in modern, 141; propaganda in, 141; effect of wars on, 142; elimination of intellectual element in, 142; conditions imposed on, by Versailles Treaty, 143, 144; Austria expelled from, 154

Great Britain, racial distribution in, 22, 31 ff.; invasion by Nordics of, 32; progress of, due to Nordics, 34; transformation of economic life of, 35; attitude of, toward India, 40; imperial problems of, 40; artificiality of economic situation of, 41; severity of foreign competition in, 41; unemployment problem in, 42-44; overpopulation of, 44; period of readjustment in, 47

Great Idea, the, 219, 221
Great War, the, 139, 176, 208

Greece, 26, 218; ancient, 203; territories gained in Great War, 209, 222; revival of. Byzantine Empire, the Great Idea in, 219 ff.; racial elements in, 219, 220; revolt of, against Turks, 221; successes of, in Balkan Wars, 222; dangers which threaten, 223

Greeks, in Asia Minor, massacre of, 223
Greenland, 57

Habsburg Empire, the; 150; expansion of, 152; nationalist movements in, 153, 154; unity of, 155; Czechs under, 175

Habsburgs, the, colonizations of Hungary by, 151; disappearance of, 158
Hellas, 203; inspiration of, to modern Greece, 219

Heredity, importance of, 236
Holland, racial distribution in, 24
Holstein, 67
Holy Roman Empire, the, 131

Hungary, foundation of, 147; under Turkish rule, 151; colonization of, by Austrians, 151; rebellion of, 154; Bolshevik revolution in, 157; patriotism in, 164; Rumanians in, 226

Hussite Wars, the, 175


Iberian Peninsula, the, 112, 113

Iceland, settled by Scandinavians, 57; controversy of, with Denmark, 64; Norwegian vikings in, 64; under Danish rule, 65; declared free state, 65

Immigration, in United States, likely result of, 19; new elements of, 239 ff.; restriction of, 243 ff.

India, Nordic Aryan invasion of, 18; relation of home government to, 40; restlessness of, 40

Indo-China, French colonies in, 90
Insurance, British unemployment, 43
Islam, 211

Italy, racial elements in, 23, 24, 105; hostility of, to France's African policies, 91; Mediterranean race in, 94,99, 101, 102; area and population of, 97; racial diversity in, 98; conquered by Alpines, 99; Nordics ruling aristocracies in, 99; influence of Roman period on, 101-103; the Fascist movement in, 101, 104, 107-109, 112, 119; degeneration of Southern, 102, 103; barbarian invasions of, 103; contrast between North and South, 104; political life of, 105-107; transformismo in, 106, 118; defeat of Bolshevik element in, 107; Teutonic tide in, 125; decline of Nordics in, 125; annexation of, by Germany, 131; influence on Jugoslavia of, 210

Jews, Russian and Polish, 171 ; immigration of, in Poland, 184

Jugoslavia, Magyars in, 165; alliance of, with Czecho-Slovakia and Rumania, 165; meaning of name, 209; tribes in; 210; influence of Italy on, 210; area and population of, 212; internal quarrels, 213; Serb dictatorship in, 214.

Jutes, the, 33


Khazars, the, 171
Kiev, 193

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Labor government in England, 37, 38; attitude of, toward India, 40
Latifundia, 103
Latin peoples, the, 22, 94-96, 99

League of Nations, Alands awarded to Finland by, 69; control of Austria exercised by, 161

Le Bon, 74
Levant, the, 103
Lisbon, 120
Lithuania, 184, 185, 188
Little Entente, the, 165, 166
Lloyd-George, 156
Louis XIV, 92

Macedonia, BaJkan contention over, 217
Magyars, invasion of Danube basin by, 148; in Czecho-Slovakia, 165
Manchester Guardian, the, 92
Mangin, General, 91, 92
Masaryk, President, 177, 180

Mediterranean race, the, 5, 6; physical appearance of, 7; origin and characteristics of, 10-12; in France, 76; rise of, during Roman Conquest, 78; in Spain, 94, 117; in Italy, 94, 99, 101, 102; in Portugal, 94; distinction between Latin and, 95, 99; in Balkan Peninsula, 202; in Rumania, 225

Mexico, 238
Mongols, invasion of Poland and Russia by, 183, 194
Montenegro, 211
Moors, the, in Spain, 115
Moravia, 173
Moslems, the, 211
Mussolini,101, 104, 107, 110, 112
Mycenre, 202
Napoleon, 80, 92
Nationalists in Italy, 107
Nationality, the doctrine of, 73
Negroes, in Portugal, 23,121; in French
colonial army, 75, 90 ff.

Nordic race, 5, 6; physical appearance of, 7; relations between Alpine and. 13, 14; characteristics of, 17; an aristocratic ruling class, 17; invasion of India by, 18; in England and Scotland, 18; permanent racial conquest of, 18; expansion of, outside Europe, 19; decline of, in Europe, 19, 21; 125, 126; in Wales and Ireland, 19; greatest expansion of, 19; effect of environment on, 20; effect of war on, 20, 21, 25; in northwestern Russia, 26, 170; invasion of Britain by, 32; intermarriage of, with other stock, 33; Britain's greatness due to, 34; in Scandinavia, 57; in France, 76, 79, 80; Roman ruling class, 100; in Germany, 124, 127, 131, 141; in Italy, 125; in Poland, 170; in Czecho-Slovakia, 174; conquest of Balkans by, 202

Normans, the, 33
North America, viking discovery of, 57

Norway, Alpines in, 9; racial distribution in, 24; prosperity of, 50; peaceable settlement of disputes by, 53, 54; geographical limitations of, 55; area and population of, 56; water-power in, 61; development of Arctic fisheries by, 61; economic development of, 61; economic, social, and political achievements in, 62 ff.; separation of Sweden and, 63; political unity with Denmark, 63; assigned to Sweden, 63; independence of, declared, 63; independence of, recognized by Sweden, 64; effect on, of Russian peril, 64; settling of Iceland by vikings of, 65

Norwegians, the, 33, 64

Pan-Germans, the, 141, 162
Pan-Latinism, 96
Parthenon, the, 2
Paris, centralization of French life in, 72
Persepolis, 2
Peter the Great, 185, 195, 196
Po, valley of the, 98
Poincare, Premier, 91

Poland, racial changes in, 169; burial-mounds in, 169; Nordic blood in Northern, 170; Asiatics in, 171; complexity of, 181; early Kingdom of,183; invasion of, by Mongol Tartars, 183; German "March to the East" checked by, 183; Western ideals in, 183; rivalry between Russia and, 183; Jewish immigration in, 184; under
control of nobility of, 185; Partitions of, 185; national revival in, 136; restoration of, 186, 187; French backing of, 187-188; area and population of, 188; universal dislike of, 188; seizure of Vilna by, 188; internal dangers of, 189

Poland-Lithuania, rise of, 184; decline of, 185

Poles, the, primitive, 182; development of nationality and Western ideals by, 183; rivalry between Russians and, 183

Portugal; racial distribution in, 23; Mediterranean race in, 94; area and population of, 119; decline of, 120; colomal empire of, 120; political instability of, 121; negro slavery in, 121; racial impoverishment of, 121

Prussia, Schleswig-Holstein acquired

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by, 67; Austria expelled from Germany by; 154

Race, importance of, in human affairs, 3, 4, 5, 8, 10, 70; comparison of types of, 7; persistence of characteristics of, 8, 9, 18; tendency to breed out alien strains, 9; unstability of, 10; relations between Alpine and Nordic, 13, 14; distribution of, in Europe, 22 ff.; intermarriage, 33; tendency of, to follow geographical lines in France, 76

"Rayah," 205
Realism, 233
Regionalism movement in France, 74
Rienzi, 101
Rivera, General Primo de, 119

Romans, the, racial origin of, 99; Nordics ruling class of, 100; respect of, for early Germans, 124; outcome of prehistoric migrations, 99; racial differences in, 100; Balkans conquered by, 203

Rurik, 193

Rumania, alliance of, with Czechoslovakia and Jugoslavia, 165; Magyars in, 165; expansion of, into Central Europe, 208; area and population of, 224; racial elements in, 225; establishment of Kingdom of, 226; official corruption in, 228

Russia, Nordics in northwestern, 26, 170; Scandinavia's resistance broken by, 58; Finland acquired by, 67; racial changes in, 169; burial-mounds in, 169; Mohammedan Tartars in, 171; Asiatics in, 171; invasion of, by Mongols, 183, 194; Polish-Lithuanian conquests in, 184; Alpine Slavs constant factor in, 190; beginnings of political cohesion in, 192; Scandinavians in, 192; foundation of nationality of, 193; Byzantine culture of, 193-194; increase of political strength in, 195; under Peter the Great, 196; conflicts in, 196, 197; collapse of Imperial, 197; Bolshevist dictatorship in, 197; future of, 198; War of 1877, 216; Rumanians In, 226, 227

Russian Revolution, the, 186: Rumania's acquisitions in, 227

Russians, the, rivalry between Poles and, 183; Great, Little, and White, 189 ff ; racially mixed character of Great, 191; racial make-up and backward character of Little and White, 192

Russo-Japanese War, the, 197

Salonika, 222
Sanscrit scriptures, the, 18
Saracens, the, 103
Sardinia, 97, 99
Saxons, the, 33

Scandinavia, racial distribution in, 24; prosperity of, 50 ff.; peaceable settlement of disputes by, 53, 54; Nordic migration from, 57; resistance broken by Russia and Germany, 58; economic, social, and political achievements in, 62 ff.; attitude of, toward neighbors, 66 ff.; in reconstruction of Europe, 70; see also Denmark, Norway, and Sweden

Scandinavians, the, emigration of, 56; Iceland settled by, 57; discovery of North America by, 57; blood brothers of Anglo-Saxons, 57; industrious character of, 59; forbearance and self-control of, 64, 65 ff; characteristics of, 70; in Russia, 192; sense of racial affinity in, 245, 246

Schleswig, political allegiance of, determined by vote, 67, 68
Schleswig-Holstein, 67
Science, new knowledge of mankind revealed by, 230 ff.
Scotland, 32
Sephardim Jews, the, 171
Serbs, the, 210; expansion of, into Orientral Europe, 208; ambitions of, 211-212
Siberia, 197
Sicily, 24, 97, 99, 103; Mediterraneans in, 101

Slavs, the, 26; in Germany, 129; Alpine blood of, 129; in Central and Eastern Europe, 148, 168, 169; in the Balkans, 203; in Rumania, 225

Slovaks, the, isolation of, 174; inferiority of, compared to Czechs, 178; quarrel between Czechs and, 179

Slovenes, the, 210
Smyrna, acquired by Greece, 222

Spain, racial distribution in, 23, 94, 114; area and population of, 114; collapse of, 116; decline of Nordics in, 117, 125; Mediterranean characteristics of, 117; Caciquism in, 118; political life of, 118; Teutonic invasion of, 125

Spanish Inquisition, the, 116
Suevi, 115

Sweden, a purely Nordic nation, 24; prosperity of, 50; peaceable settlement of disputes by, 53, 54; geographical limitations of, 55; area and population of, 56; water-power in, 61; mineral wealth of, 61; economic development of, 61; economic, social, and political achievements in, 62 ff.; separation of Norway and, 63; recognition of Norway's independence by, 64; effect of Russian peril on, 64; loss

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of Finland by, 67; attitude of, in Aland Islands controversy, 681 ff.

Switzerland, racial distribution in, 25, 26
Syndicalists, the, 107
Tacitus, 124
Tartars, Mohammedan, of Russia, 171
Thirty Years' War, the, 133 ff., 175
Trajan, Emperor, 225
Transylvania, 226
Trasformismo, in Italy, 106, 118

Turks, the, conquest of Hungary by, 151; Balkan conquests of, 204, 210, 215; defeat of, 207, 217; massacre of Greeks by, 221, 223

United States, immigration in, 19, 239 ff., 243 ff.; essential Anglo-Saxon character of, 28; relations of, with England, 30, 31, 47, 48; Nordic national life of, 238, 239, 244; the census of 1920 in, 244

Vandals, the, 115
Versailles, Peace Conference at, 66, 67; 143, 144, 187
Vienna, 150, 158, 159
Vienna Congress, the, 63

Vikings, the, discovery of North America by, 57; Norwegian, in Iceland, 64; Norse, in Russia, 193

Vilna, seizure of, by Poland, 188 Visigoths, the, 115
Vistula plains, the, 182

Wales, Nordics in, 19,32
Walloons, the, 24
War, World, see Great War
William II, 137

 


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