At Ethniko.net I’ve been researching about the Ahnenerbe, the Ancestral Heritage Research and Teaching Society which was founded in July 1935 by Heinrich Himmler, Hermann Wirth and Richard Walter Darré. The society was originally devoted to scientific and pseudo-scientific researches concerning the anthropological and cultural history of the German ethnic group, and to identify the wellsprings of the Aryan race.
I’ve focused in the Ahnenerbe activities in Greece, and I’ve found that it is an extremely obscure topic. To shed some light on this interesting issue, I ‘ve written an original article about the Ahnenerbe in Greece, which you can download as PDF.
Ahnenerbe in Greece
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Here are a few resources for those investigating the Greek-German relationship during the first half of the XX century:
Nikolas D. Christodoulou, Pro-Axis Security Battalions in Southern Greece, 1943-1944.
Antonio J. MuÃ±oz, Herakles and the Swastika: Greek Volunteers in the German Army, Police and SS. Axis Europa Books 2001.
Andrikopoulos, Die Wurzeln des griechischen Faschismus
Nikoloudis, Th.: Der Neue Staat, Sept. 1937
Konstantinos Plevris, Ioannis Metaxas (Biography), Nea Thesis, 1996
Jon V. Kofas, Autoritharism in Greece: the Metaxas years, Boulder, 1983
Harry Kliadakis, Metaxas regime and the Second World War, Revue dÂ´Histoire de la DieuxiÃ¨me Guerre Mondiale, 1977
Mavrokordatis, Hanno, Le Fascism en GrÃ¨ce pendant la guerre (1941-1944)