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The Aryan race was a racial grouping term used in the period of the late 19th century to the mid-20th century to describe multiple peoples. It has been variously used to describe all Indo-Europeans in general (spanning from India to Europe), the original Aryan people specifically in Persia, and most controversially through Nazi misinterpretation, the Nordic or Germanic peoples . [1] The term derives from the Aryan people, from Persia, who spoke a language similar to those that have been found in Europe. [2]

The Aryan race is an idea formed in the 19th and early 20th century. The term "Aryan" derives from the name of a group of hypothetical people in ancient Persia and India , who spoke an indo-European language. It has been used to describe people of Iranian, Indian and European decent, but it were later mainly used to describe Germanic peoples because of emerging theories about the Aryans. [1] [2]

The Aryans were a group of people who lived thousands of years ago in northern India and Persia (now called Iran). The Aryans came from somewhere in Central Asia. They moved into Persia and India after 2000 BC.

Nazism 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.


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