History of the Indo-European race
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Published by Germania Orientalica Books in Washington, DC (P.O. Box 28491, Washington 20038-8491) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Indo-Europeans -- History.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. 462-469).

Statementby W.M. Pierce.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS15 .P48 1993
The Physical Object
Pagination469 p. :
Number of Pages469
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1445069M
LC Control Number93083100

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Alain de Benoist here gives a brief overview of the history of Indo-European studies, showing how it has evolved from its origins in the nineteenth century up to the present, and summarises the various interpretations and schools of thought that have emerged from the surviving evidence. He also offers his own critique of some of these theories/5(8). Ancient History Encyclopedia receives a small commission for each book sold through our affiliate partners. Recommended By Numerous educational institutions recommend us, including Oxford University and Michigan State University and University of Missouri.   From BCE, a group of people today known as the Indo-Europeans began to spread from the western Steppes, and dominated everything from Gaul to India by BCE. The Indo-European migrations were the migrations of Proto-Indo-European language (PIE) speakers, as proposed by contemporary scholarship, and the subsequent migrations of people speaking further developed Indo-European languages, which explains why the Indo-European languages are spoken in a large area from India and Iran to Europe.. While there can be no direct evidence of prehistoric.

  Although the book is relatively old, the linguistic analysis of Proto Indo-European is impassioned, humorous, clear, and engaging. It really is edifying to have the antiquity, the victory, and the vast oneness of the Indo-European languages presented before you/5.   The following article is taken from Addendum TT of The Noble Protagonist’s 1, page E-book, “The Battle to preserve Western Civilization (European Folk Soul vs. Jewish Supremacy). Most of this text was originally referenced & sourced by Noble from the (must-read) “March of the Titans: A history of the White Race” book by Arthur Kemp ().   Originally published in as "The Aryans," this book is a beautifully-written cultural history of the Indo-European peoples. The author admits that there was no "Aryan race" per se, but only a family of Indo-European language speakers who had a common : Charles Morris. (Note to readers: this is the second portion of a chapter of our forthcoming book on the Indo-European controversy; more will follow. This chapter outlines the main ideological ramifications of the debates concerning Indo-European origins and dispersion. It is not an account of the development of Indo-European linguistics. It is rather concerned with the use, and especially the misuse, of .