Results for: Aryan

In World War 2

What is Aryan supremacy?

The belief that the Aryan race (Caucasian, Blonde-hair, blue-eyed Northern Europeans) are better than other human races (especially, in regards to the Jewish race).
In Genealogy

Who were the Aryans?

The Aryans were historically an ancient people from central Asiaaround the Caspian Sea, and they had a profound influence on theformation of ancient India and Persia/Iran- in (MORE)
In Germany in WW2

What did the Aryans do?

They took power in Dasyu territory and destroyed stone forts in northwest India and Pakistan.
In Ancient History

Empire of Aryan?

i am aryan i am your fuhrer the aryans are my volk and i must crete the ultimite reich.. You are an ashenbach. Or something like that ... and you can't spell. Achtung! Das is (MORE)
In Holocaust

What did the Aryans have to do with the Holocaust?

The Aryans were the race that Hitler believed were pure during WWII. They mostly consisted of people with blonde hair and blue eyes but not all of them as Hitler himselve didn (MORE)
In Holocaust

What is the definition of Aryans?

here is one definition for Aryans no longer in technical use but there are a lot of other definitions for this word.
In Germany in WW2

Did the Aryans exist?

Well, in Hitlers eyes, anyone who was blond haired and blue eyed were Aryans so yes, in Hitlers eyes, they did exist. However no one is perfect especially not one 'race.' Ho (MORE)
In Religion & Spirituality

What are the Aryans know as?

The group that migrated to Britain were called the Celts. The group that migrated to Germany were called the Teutons. The Aryans that migrated to the Greece were called the Gr (MORE)
In Uncategorized

Who were the Aryans. What did they do?

They basically brought Hinduism in a more bigger view at that timeand connected many gods ((including their own)) to the religion.They were also bringers of knowledge about ot (MORE)
In History, Politics & Society

Who were he Aryans?

They were a race and tribe in ancient India. Later on, the word wasused in Nazi Germany to describe the blonde and blue-eyed 'pureGermanic' race.