A Brief History of Germany… Before there was a Germany

Hey folks, haven’t done that in a while,
oh my. Germany is one of the most powerful economies
in the world. Time and time again, Germany seems to serve
as a world leader, and the glue holding together the European Union. Now, I imagine when I mention I’m doing
a history of Germany, you’re thinking of THAT TIME. But you’re in luck. This video is part one of a series, and here,
we’ll be talking about ancient Germanic tribes, Charlemagne, and the Holy Roman Empire. This is Germany… before Germany? Hi, I’m Tristan, and this is Step Back. Subscribe and hit the bell notification to
get history every week. So to get started we really have to go back
to a long time ago; like hundreds of thousands of years ago, the earliest sign that there
were humans in Germany actually goes to a 1907 discovery that shows that there were
at least human or human-like creatures living in Germany about six hundred thousand years
ago. And then about half that time ago, about three
hundred thousand years ago there were some of the oldest weapons ever found on earth
also found in Germany. There’s a lot of evidence that non-human hominids
lived in Germany such as the Neanderthals. This is all about maybe 40,000 years ago. You may also remember that some of the oldest
pieces of human art like theVenus of Willendorf are actually from Germany. They’re some of the oldest things ever they’re
like these statues of these very curvy busty women that were thought to be used as either
some sort of primitive form of stone pornography or as like fertility statues, people are still
trying to figure this one out.So this is like a scale of hundreds of thousands of years. It’s like a scant comprehensible amount of
time.These people however were not the ancestors of the first Germans Actually the first German
people are suspect to have come from Scandinavia probably about two and a half thousand years
ago. over the next five hundred years the people
who came from Scandinavia settled in the region that would become Germany and sort of took
it over. we don’t actually know that much about Germans
in this period except that they were groups of tribes that fought regularly against the
Romans in the south so a lot of our evidence about what life was
like for the Germans comes a lot from the writings of their sworn enemies which is always
a red light in history books Romans were fighting and conquering German
tribes throughout the 1st century CE so right around the time when the CE and BCE are meeting
each other and what this did is it caused a cultural
blending to occur between German culture coming from Scandinavia and Roman culture coming
up from the south so that being said a lot of Germany remained
firmly outside of Roman territory a lot of the German tribes that weren’t flat out conquered
and kind of turned into these more urban more organized centers started to organize around
the frontiers of Roman territory because there was a lot of value to be made
either trading with the romanized Germans or by raiding into Roman territory and sacking
it and taking things and going back to their homes
and one of the things about Germany that’s important for understanding it today is that
the Romans when they took parts of Germany split it up into these administrative regions
that are actually a lot of the regions of modern-day Germany and Austria
as we all know though the Roman Empire had an expiry date and it began to crack and crumble
and you probably heard many many times that barbarians sacked Rome
well most often they’re referring to the Germans when they’re referring to the quote “barbarians”
so as the Roman Empire began to crumble at the fringes German tribes began to move into
those areas around the same time there was also a spread
of Christianity into Germany so a religion that’s actually not dissimilar
from the pagan Norse religion to a new religion you know Christianity
Catholicism essentially another thing that occurred in this time period
was the Huns they were a Central Asian group of nomads
led by a general you probably know him as Attila the Hun moved into what is modern-day
Germany and also settled and ruled over Germany for several centuries
you probably have heard of the Huns and you might have also heard that during World War
one the Germans were referred to as the Huns sort of bringing this Conqueror mythology
along with it that being said by the fifth century the influence
of the Huns started to wane and the German tribes that had been romanized that had been
hunned had been living in the shadow of this crumbling Roman Empire started to settle into
early duchies and started to migrate into more Roman territory as it fell away
now the period after this is typically called the Dark Ages but it’s far from descriptive
you know it’s not a time when there was massive declines there was actually a lot going on
in Germany Germany was organizing and starting to coalesce
into larger units so in this period the tribes in Germany fought
with each other lived with each other made deals and traded until they were conquered
by an empire from France called the Franks which was a sort of tribal confederacy which
is when several tribes band together as tributaries to a single powerful tribe
think of it like the Aztec empire the Aztecs had a lot of neighboring city-states
that acted as tributaries towards Tenochtitlan which was the center of the Aztecs themselves
and this was pretty similar to how it worked in Germany
the Germans became a tributary force towards the Frankish rulers in France and because
of this loose affiliation there was not a ton of work that needed to be done in order
to maintain and hold the empire together and at this time the region was much more
sparsely populated than it is today so the Frankish Empire actually got really
really big and during that time there is also all sorts
of various invasions that expanded the rulership of the Frankish Empire into more and more
of Germany over what would be calling the Dark Ages
the most important one we have to point out though is that in the year 751 a leader of
the franks called Pippin III took the title of King which comesfrom the Christian Roman
tradition and so as king he finally became the first
of the Frankish leaders to become the representative of the church in Rome
a descendent of his is probably the more famous one that you remember who was in Germany called
Charles the great but you might know him more as Charlemagne
and under the rulership of Charlemagne the Frankish Empire grew into aeven larger power
in Europe it conquered large parts of modern Germany
and even invaded down into what it was called Lombardy but is basically today northern Italy
and after his death wehave what historians call the Carolingian Empire and on Christmas
of800 CE the Pope actually crowned Charlemagnethe emperor of Rome
which sparked the birth of a state that would exist in one form of another
all the way until the 19th century when Napoleon would crumble it
let’s talk a little bit about that state so Charlemagne’s long reaching borders would
only last for a few generations by the time the rulers were Charlemagne’s
grandkids the Empire had been split into three different countries
one would roughly be France one would roughly be northern Italy and one would be modern-day
Germany you probably know these as West Francia East
Francia and Lombardy and the first leader to break off into a German
state would be the leader named King Henry the Fowler
but was more important as his son Otto I who was crowned by the Pope the title of Holy
Roman Emperor which is a title that would be held in Germany
for nearly a thousand years and he had a lot of power in the Roman Church
he solidified under his own rule even for a while the Holy Roman Emperor had
a lot of influence over who would be elected Pope
and then around the 11th century Europe began to get involved in the Crusades
which was a large campaign to invade Muslim territory in the Middle East
and the holy Roman Empire played more than its part in that invasion
there are several famous Crusader Knight orders that come from the Holy Roman Empire
like the Teutonic Knights for example they are also part of a Holy Roman Empire
expansion East which started to displace and move Slavic
peoples out of regions that would be modern-day eastern Germany
there is also an interesting group called the Hanseatic League
which was a series of powerful trading cities in northern Germany that more or less controlled
alot of the trade in the Baltic Sea and the Holy Roman Empire was not exactly
a unified cohesive unit the Holy Roman Empire always suffered from
civil wars and at once even went to war with the papacy
over this series of internal strifes and conflicts the central core the power of the Holy Roman
Emperor himself began to decline and more power began to go to regional princes
and powerful clergy members by the end of this period the Emperor was
an elected position which was chosen from a body of powerful leaders
called electors which was a high honor in the nobility of
the Holy Roman Empire only a handful would be able to choose who’d
become Emperor some holy roman emperors would try to centralize
this but it never really worked out in thelong term
and then things started to change when the 14th century rolled around and the Black Death
ravaged Europe it’s a massive pandemic that wiped outbetween
1/3 and some estimates say over half of the European population
Germany of course was no exception some say it was even one of the hardest hit
countries by the Black Death and because of it there was a series of wars
and major religious upheavals that happened all across Europe
at one point there was even a time where five people claimed at the same time that they
were all Pope and in this chaos in the Holy Roman Empire
one family based out of modern-day Austria in the southeast
called the Hapsburgs would start to become more prominent in the internal politics of
the Holy Roman Empire and eventually would become emperor
and with only a few years of exception were pretty much the rulers of the Holy Roman Empire
all the way until it collapsed so from this point onwards Austria wasgoing
to be the seat of imperial authority in Germany now as we get to the Renaissance the early
modern period in the 16th century the Holy Roman Empire
would go through another major upheaval Martin Luther the founder of the Protestant
church was from Germany and all of the stuff in the protestant Reformation
happened primarily in Germany the church was split into what would be called
the Protestant Reformation which was a bloody fight between Catholics
and Protestants that would fight for over a hundred years
and Germany was smack in the middle of it almost evenly split between Catholic princes
and Protestant Prince’s Germany was in a state of civil war probably mounting in the biggest
of these conflicts which was called the 30 Years War
where approximately 40% of Germans died now in this chaos just like when the Austrians
came to preeminence in the previous period of chaos there was
a new group sort of in that region where the Slavics were
displaced a new kingdom that was highly authoritarian centralized and militaristic called the Prussians
began to become more and more prominent so after the 30 Years War they became another
major power and would be the seed of what would later become the German Empire
which is something that’s going to be talked about with Emperor Tigerstar
also in this period the Holy Roman Empire got into a ton of other conflicts
they fought the Turks they fought the French one time they even invaded Poland for some
reason but their time was limited
in the late 18th century the French had a massive liberal revolution
you might know it as the the French French Revolution
and out of that revolution came a powerful new centralized leader in Paris named Napoleon
Bonaparte you might have heard of him
and the French used the revolutionary zeal to invade countries to liberate and modernize
them and Germany was no exception
large parts of the Holy Roman Empire fell to Napoleon and in them he set up these puppet
kingdoms that banded together under arough coalition called the coalition of the Rhine
these countries would abandon feudalism and had major new liberal reforms imposed upon
them the remaining parts of holy roman empire were
part of the major coalition of powers that was designed to stop france’s expansion
maybe because conquering their land and beheading their princess isn’t exactly the best way
to make friends with the holy roman empire and it was in 1806 when napoleon had conquered
enough of germany that he declared the holy Roman Empire to be dead discarding it as ananachronism
of a previous age Prussia the nascent Empire in the making actually
tried to stay out of the war and they managed to do so until the 1812 attempted
invasion of Russia that Napoleon tried to do
and many will agree was one of the most epic disasters in military history
it was so bad that those puppet German kingdoms that he setup under the coalition of the Rhine
actually turned on Napoleon and by the time the Napoleonic era was over
by the time that Napoleon was sitting on an island in the South Atlantic by the time he
was dead there was basically no Holy Roman Empire left
all centralized organization was gone however there were powerful players
there was Austria there was Prussia and the treaty that came after the Napoleonic
period Prussia gained a lotof territory and became one of the most powerful countries
in Europe it was poised to run over and take over all
of these small German kingdoms and This is where Emperor Tigerstar will pick up the story
in part 2. After his video, go to the Alternate History
Hub for the history of modern Germany, including, yes, the world wars. Trust me, this is but the fastest of overviews. German history is huge, and because its European
history there’s like 100 times more books written about it than other places. So if I missed your favourite war or didn’t
talk about the importance of your small region of choice I’m sorry, I tried! Still, read on, there’s way more than what
I said. I wanna thank 12 tone for the theme song as
well as patrons Don and Kerry Johnson, Kolbeinn Mani, Scott Smith, Martin King, and Michael
Kirschner. Come back next time for more, Step Back.

Comments 93

  • At 1:50 it kind of comes across like you're saying there were no homo-sapiens in Germany before the 4th century BC. Is that what you meant?

    …because I’m pretty sure it isn’t true

  • There are still so many countries' stories to hear! Watch the whole playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TBcZZC4lTTg&list=PLnpoOo7lhNnFNn67URWbGzdy9sX5nlHrv

  • That eye-stripe tattoo looked painful.

  • I hate how the nazis basically ruined the image of german history. german history is very interesting and cool. I rather have the stereotype of german/prussian empire becuase it something that isn’t nazis
    p.s as someome who has german ancestors this makes me happy.

  • Karel de Grote.

  • 12:36 Just a minor correction, the puppet german states were called the Cobfederation of the Rhine, not the Coalition. The Coalition(s) was the alliance of monarchist nations in europe against Napoleon. Also Prussia fought France previously before the invasion of Russia, in 1798 and 1806. Great video btw, loved all the funny outfit changes!

  • A spanish version please.

  • Yep I've definitely heard of the Huns.

  • Gonna be a lot of Wehraboos watching

  • Hello EU4. 😂

  • yaaaa nice

  • 1:40 – about those statuettes, there is an interesting theory going around that those are actually self portraits made by pregnant women. The supporting arguments are the features of the statues, no face and a body that looks like it was copied off someone looking down at their body. Also keep in mind that this type of crafts was a popular pastime in ancient times.

  • 2:40 – Chapter 3 of Rockers "Nationalism and Culture" has a pretty good overview of the relations between the germanic tribes and the roman empire.

  • Stupid Austria, always getting voted and yet never passing any reforms


  • Small correction, Otto I was not crowned "Holy Roman Emperor", he was crowned merely "Roman Emperor". The "Holy" suffix was not added until the 12th Century when the Holy Roman Emperors were competing with the Pope in terms of temporal authority.

  • Correction at 7:39 : The kingdom was split into West- and East-Francia, but there also was Middle-Francia. This is Lombardy on the map, but it’s way bigger, it extends into the middle of East- and West-Francia all the way up to the North Sea. Middle-Francia was conquered by West- and East-Francia pretty fast though, like your map shows. If you want to google this, this is the ‘Treaty of Verdun’.

  • I just find the idea that the female statues are primitive porn to be so stupid. These people were nomadic, everything they made they had to carry, why would you need to carry porn around with you in a small group of hunter-gatherers where you're already probably getting some fairly often. And why only busty women? Where are the big dick man-able statues?

  • Wow! Nice job giving an under 15 min overview of German history! Love it!

  • I am pleased to say that I could watch the video despite the hymn around 0:20 which is sort of banned can create issues here 😛

  • I know this is minor but please dont set the german anthems first part in context with the nazis. The song was written far earlier by august hoffmann von fallersleben and was supposed to represent the german wish of a unified state and not as an expasionistic tribe later used by the nazis.

  • I believe the Teutonic Order was hired by Poland to Christianize the Slavs (which was quite brutal)

  • What about Austria 🙁

  • If you don't mind some feedback, I think this format is better and more engaging than you talking to the camera.

  • Please make more videos about Germany. Right now I think Merkel and her coalition are the leaders of the free world yet they are getting backlash for immigration policies. I would love to see more talks about Germany. Heck I'm a stem major and there are more opportunities for free phd and post docs in Germany than in the USA.

  • I like beardless, barbaric, Rome invading Tristan. That was a good look.

  • Eh, neanderthals were pretty human hominids.

  • A couple corrections: plague doctors didn’t wear that mask until the 17th century, Prussia invaded Poland three times in the 18th century, that painting you show wasn’t about the first French Revolution-it was about the July Revolution in 1830, and Napoleon’s German puppet state was called the Confederation of the Rhine, not the Coalition of the Rhine. Sorry for being annoying!

  • 3:58 no not Catholicism essentially. Come on man.

  • Ahm, sorry guy, Attila the Hun never settled in Germany. His home region was in the eastern Balkans, where todays Serbia, Romania, and, wait for it,… HUNgary are.

  • The Venus of Willendorf was discovered in Austria, not Germany.

  • Thanks for doing this video. My family is related to Otto the Great and Conrad the bold first Teutonic knight grand master. i always find German history fascinating. Pre 20th century.

  • The Franks have been a Germanic tribe aswell, not a "tribe from France". France did not exist in this time.

  • The first Reich

  • I'm sure it's been said before but for the pre-medieval period you should say "Germanic" rather than "German".

  • The video is very infomative and for the most part correct. The title however suggests something that I feel is falsely being repeated today all the time: that there wasn't "a Germany" before 1871.

    It's correct that the modern nation-state that we today refer to as Germany was founded around that time but people knew of a country by that name for centuries prior. Martin Luther and various of his contemporaries quite reguarly appealed to patriotic feelings among Germans against Rome.

    I would say that there was "a Germany" from the 10th century onwards that got re-organized into the modern state we know today by the late 19th century.

  • You're using German for all Germanic peoples which is incorrect. Germanic refers to all peoples who speak a Germanic language while German refers only to the people of the area known as Germany today, that speak Hochdeutsch, or High German. Germany itself is populated by non-German, Germanic peoples like the Plattdeutsch, or Low Germans, who are more closely related to nearby Frisians and the English than they are to the southern High Germans or Franconians from central Germany and the Netherlands. That isn't even to mention the Slavic Peoples of the far eastern regions of modern Germany along the border with Poland and Czechia.

  • Technically, it's pronounced "NeanderTal", with a hard 't'. Because German.

  • A good and plausible explanation for the venus figurines is that it represents a pregnant woman, particularly how she would have seen her body looking down on her side form her shoulder. (larger belly, large breasts, etc) Interestingly enough it took historians a lot of time until that possible explanation was put in the room cause very few people until then have considered that prehistoric women could and probably do have art as well.

  • Can you do an video about the Sami people in Scandinavia? I'm descended from them but all I've ever heard about them is that they herded reindeer.

  • BSc History here: Heard a new thing on your well made show. Fact checked it. And learned it. Thanks, man 😀

  • 1:23 I read somewhere that those sculptures were made by primitive woman who were sculpting themselves and the disproportional bottom half is a result of them looking at themselves, and trying to portray what they look like from their perspective.

  • You dont use enough maps lol

  • This was a great vid if i may i see a lot of videos with like a drawn character like yours explaining things but they give the character different expressions ya changed the outfits was cool and the angle but theres something about those soulless yet ultra friendly eyes that i wish changed every once in awhile

  • So much so wrong here. 1. Though there were for sure some migration between southern Scandinavia and northern Germany, tribes like the Hermunduri were for sure not "from Scandinavia". This is just wrong. 2. The term "Huns" was an English propaganda in WW1 against Germany and was meant to dishonor and demonize the Germany Empire. 3. The Franks were of course not from "France", such a country just did not exist. The Franks were just a leading tribe in the area Rhine-Weser that later became eastern France and western Germany. It is totally wrong and misleading to call the regions by their names they have now. In fact, the Franks spoke a Germanic language and the people living in the area that is now France were speaking a kind of Latin. So if you – at all – call the Franks a kind of invaders, they invaded the Latin speaking regions of northern France – and not vice versa.

  • great vid please do Tamil Nadu

  • Merkel muß weg!

  • Are you a history teacher at a school? you should be!


  • The Teutonic Knights are basically the ancestors of modern Germany. Teutonic Order Ordenstaat->Duchy of Preußen->Kingdom of Preußen-> the Kaiserreich->weimer, 3rd Reich, east west, and then modern Deutschland.

  • @Step Back History
    I am glad to see that WW1 propaganda is still deeply ingrained in the minds of the anglo-sphere.

    The Huns have nothing to do with Germany, they never settled there, nor are the people in any way 'hunnic'.
    The Huns are responsible however of pushing the Germanic peoples out of Eastern Europe and starting the Germanic flight/invasion into the Roman Empire (see also: Nibelungenlied).

    In the Middle Ages many Germans suffered through yearly Hungarian raids (who were seen as the new Huns) until their defeat and conversion to Christianity .
    These attacks were the main reason for fortification and castle building in southern Germany(+Austria).

    The notion to link the modern Germans to the Huns came originally from a speech by Emperor William II., the so called 'Hun Speech', in which he told soldiers to fight the Chinese 'boxers' like the Huns would do. No mercy, no prisoners.

    British propaganda later used the term to show that Germans and all German culture are barbaric in nature.

    You really should re-do the video.
    Not seeing past WW1 propaganda 100 years later is a shame.

  • The ancestors of Germany didn't came from Scandinavia, in fact, it is the other way around (remember, during the ice age, Scandinavia was pretty much inhabitable), but around sometime around 500BC and 0BC there were some Germanic invasions/migrations or whatever from the Scandinavia and Jutland, which substituted the previous Celtic languages with their Germanic Languages, but the people were still the same, just with a language change.

  • The origin of the Franks was of Germanic origin and came from the local region of Paddeborn, which was in the Central-West of todays Germany. At first the Franks expandet to the south, direction Frankfurt and than westwards, as they got there hughe resistance from celtic tribes in that territory. Than Charlemain as frankish King managed a deal with a local Italian leader "Langobards" which he finaly later military besiged.

  • "Fertility statues" is like right under "ceremonial weapons" on the "list of things archaeologists call things when they have no idea what those things were used for."

  • Nazi 2.0

  • 12:39 neoliberal? It it didn't exist yet.

  • Deutschland über alles or das deutschlandlied was written in 1800s

  • 5:18 The Franks were not from France. The Franks were a Germanic people who later founded the Kingdom of Francia, but it's not correct to say that the Franks came from France since France did not exist at this point.

  • That was pretty good, but your attempt to deflect all possible criticism by shaming the viewer was pretty pathetic. lol

  • It’s a small statue of the mother goddess… the ancients worshipped fertility and the mother goddess, and women were sacred because they performed the miracle of giving birth. They believed in more than one deity, and they were of both sex’s…

  • When you refer to “German tribes,” you really mean “Germanic tribes” as they were identified by their Germanic languages. They were not Germans in the sense of modern Germans of Germany

  • 🇩🇪❤

  • 5:45
    Regarding tributary and the Frankish rulers in France:
    The Franks are themselves a German tribe migrating west during the great migration period. The first mention of them is in the 200s and 300s as living near the Rhine in Germany, slowly drifting West. Several 'German' tribes were already part of the confederacy when Charlemagne took the crown while the most noteworthy tribe, which you simply refer to as 'German', to be annexed where the Saxons and the Bavarians… the areas in between, today's Rhineland, Palatine, Baden-Würtemberg, etc. where however already (or still) Frankish.
    So the 'French – German' dichotomy is misplaced there.

  • The Franks and Charlemagne are not Germans.
    Modern Germans, in lack of Glory and with a new germanism that is taking birth right now in Germany, try to play on words "German" and "Germanic" to claim the germanic invasions were Germans.
    It is totally wrong.
    The Franks were a germanic tribe, meaning a tribe living out of the roman borders and originally came from the East like all other tribes. Before conquering Gaul and creating old France (Frankia) and its monarchy, they lived in present day Netherlands and Belgium.
    After taking Gaul, they defeated other Germanic tribes that also wanted to take parts of Gauls (Alamans, they also submitted the burgundians and wisigoths)
    Then with Charlemagne, they conquered other germanic tribes that are at the origin of the German people (Alamans, Saxons, Bavarians, Thuringians).
    In fact the Salian Franks, a germanic tribe part of the ancestors of the French, Belgians, some west germans and Dutch, defeated the germanic tribes ancestors of most of the Germans.
    But to erase this defeat, the Germans now try to claim the Franks as Germans as well.
    This is wrong.

    The Franks were Franks, and they are the ancestors of many people in western Europe but we can't apply modern concept of nationality on them…

    France and the French, despite being a latin country, would even have far more reasons to claim them, and Charlemagne was King of the Franks in Paris (and remained that until its death) before being Emperor of the West in aix la chapelle after conquering eastern Germanic tribes.
    The Franks gave their name to France, all their royal dynasties and first state. First laws and many traditions as well as the specific pronunciation of French compared to other romance language.
    We speak of French and France after the Franks founded the country mixing with locals. Before that, there was no France. Gaul was a roman province, and before that a geographic location where Gallic tribes lived and often fought each others at the drop of a hat. Gaul has never been a country, state or whatever before the Franks establish their Kingdom there.
    So they were not Germans and the Germans have less reason to claim them as their ancestors than the French.

    I think it's time to call for a stop of the rewritting of history done by some modern Germans, taking credit of other people and country achievements.

  • The Franks "in France" had been Germans aswell.

  • spain is not the middle east

  • That's why on ancestry it said I was 25% Scandinavian, Germans come from Scandinavia and it must have detected the migration from 2000 years ago. This would make sense because only a handful of my ancestors had Scandinavian surnames which only adds up to like 8% not 25% I'm 45% German and 8% Swedish with traces of Danish so I guess that explains it. Also that's also why Hitler was huge into Scandinavian culture and Viking mythology with Thor, because Germans are descendants of Scandinavians.

  • You said “non-human hominids” and used Neanderthals as an example. What you should’ve said was “non-homosapian hominids”. Neanderthals were still human because the had the Homo genus. Homo means “human”, so anything that shares the homo genus is still a human.

  • "There were Humans living in Germany about 600,000 years ago"
    Kind of flies in the face of those who say Europeans aren't native to Europe, we've been here hundreds of thousands of years before anyone else arrived here.

  • Charlemagne also means "Charles the Great".

  • Christian Crusades was a defensive move to push back from the Muslims invader into Europa

  • I hope no one treats this video as a source of knowledge.

  • Mhh you were playing the forbidden part of the German Anthem. Germany, the most unpatriotic country in the world nowadays. Neanderthals are humans, just not homo sapiens. Neanderthals lived in Europe prior to the invasion from homo sapiens in the Middle East. The Neanderthals mixed with the homo sapiens and died out due in part to laziness. This is why all people of European descent have traces of Neanderthal DNA in their blood, whereas others do not. The Franks weren't from France, they were from the Netherlands. The Franks are seen as the forefather to both Germany and France. Charlemagne was also known as Karl der Grosse.

  • I thought early african man and neanderthal breeding is what created modern day europeans (White people)

  • When are you doing the next one!!!!

  • J Vernon McGee

  • I am a researcher of etymology living in Korea.
    World languages ​​and characters are based on Korean language and characters.
    The terminology of Germany is in Korean.
    You used the same language as ancient times.
    《I will interpret the etymology of Germany.》
    ■게르만 의 어원 풀이■

    《게르만=저르만=절만 이래서 민족성을 찾아 卍자를 나찌,나치의 상징으로 사용한 것입니다. 卍 十 자는 구이족 상징입니다.나찌,나찌=내려지는 씨앗》

    Ger=젤=절(절이다)=겔=저어(노를 젓다)=재다(재어놓다)
    어원해석은 《꺽어 내려지는 설입자.》

    조상님께 절하는것은 조상의 정신입자를 내리는

    사찰의 절은 태초의 설입자를 내려 모시는 곳입니다.

    어원해석은 《어머니 자궁 산에 아새끼를 여넣다.》

    卍자는 구이=구리족이 창제한 《ㄱ=껵》《ㄴ=난,눈,는》의 조합된 문자입니다.

    Ger의 발음은
    켈,헬,할로도 발음되며 고대발음은

    이세상 모든 종교의 고대 영(령,녕)도자는
    어원으로 알수있습니다.

    겔마니,할마니= 내지는 생명의 아새끼를 싸매는이가
    할머니=행(할)해짐을 싸매 넣는이
    어머니=오마니=내려지는 정신을 감싸매는이

    Man은 싸매져서 나온자식을 뜻하나 본 어원은
    위와 같습니다.

    산에=산애=사내=사나이=사내아=자궁에서 내진

    아《A》는 내려지고 있는 설입자로 아직 궁젼에
    여매 달아지지 않은 입자로 미수정 입자를 뜻하며
    그러하기에 사전적 의미로 부정을 뜻하기도 합니다.

    아새끼는 설입자에 의해 내진 씨앗을 가리킵니다.

    곡한다=곡식=고개=모두 씨앗이 꺽어그어져 내짐을 의미합니다.

    사전적 의미(뜻 )



    1.얼음이 어는 날씨 2.결빙 3.겔, 교화체

    Électrophorèse sur gel

    겔 전기 영동법 (분자생물학)


    1.겔 2.겔 상태의 화장품

    [화학] 겔

    겔 상태의 화장품


    1.겔 2.젤라틴

    발음 [ɡe:l] 



    -s ,



    발음 [ɡe:r] 


    어원♧ Geißel활용

    -(e)s ,


    m. 남성

    (옛날 게르만족의) 투창.

    (지금은 경기용의) 투창.

    게르(몽고인의 둥근 주거 천막).



    ①(특히 머리나 피부에 바르는) 젤 ②손발이 척척 맞다 ③분명해지다, 구체화되다; 순조롭다

    모두 어머니 양수에 내지는 설입자를 뜻합니다.


    The Korean ancestors in ancient times of the ice age survived by escaping from the cold living inside caves.

    They constantly made a fire to avoid the cold and drive wild animals out and they happened to find the copper(CU, bronze).

    The Korean term Copper means caves and bronze.

    In addition, the tribe who had discovered the copper (called copper tribe) created letters originated by the characters like clessi, clethi, cle, glishi and so on..

    Afterwards, they constructed a civilized country Gojoseon based on the bronze era.

    Eventually, King Sejong not only systemized the letters of Gojoseon and but also restored and compiled a language that contained sound(Pronunciation sound, 發音) for the purpose of establishing the identity of Joseon Dynasty.

    But this historical fact was distorted during the colonization by Japan.

    In addition, many cultural assets and the history of Korea were incorporated into Japan.

    Japan erased four characters such as
    《ㆍ, ㆁ , ㆆ ,ㅿ》 among 28 letters.

    The reason why Japan damaged Korean history is that everyone may be able to realize easily that the owner of the pyramid was the Copper tribe and that Joseon people are the descendants of them if we Koreans still have those four letters.

    The first 《●》 means an initial life particle, the second 《ㆁ》 means the combination of yin and yang initial particles.

    The third 《ㆆ》 means the combined life particles coming down to the horizontal lines.

    The fourth 《ㅿ》 means the life particles are wrapped and protected.

    And 《ㅿ》 is three meaning mountain, pyramid and womb.

    Древний корейский предок пережил ледник (гул, кул) в ледниковый период и выжил.
    Они постоянно курили огонь во входе в пещеру, чтобы избежать холода и зверей
    Они нашли медь (CU, бронза).

    Корейский термин медь (CU, бронза, устрица) является термином для пещеры и бронзы.
    Кроме того, племя, которое нашло бронзу, называется медной группой, и они создают буквы, clessi, clethi, cle, glishi.

    Затем они построили цивилизацию Гойосеона на основе бронзового века.
    Чтобы установить личность династии Чосон во время правления короля Седжона династии Чосон,
    Вы написали и восстановили слова, которые представляют звук (Звук произношения,發音).

    Вышеупомянутый исторический факт был искажен японским колониальным кораблем. Многие культурные ценности и история Кореи были включены в Японию.

    В Японии четыре буквы из 28 символов
    Я удалил «ㆁ, ㆁ, ㆆ, ㅿ».

    Причина в том, что если у вас есть буквы выше, вы можете легко узнать, что пирамидальный мастер мира – это медная семья, а ее потомки – люди Чосон, что подорвало корейскую историю.

    Первый «ㆍ» означает начальную частицу жизни,
    Второй «ㆁ» означает, что исходные частицы инь и ян объединены,
    Третий «ㆆ» означает, что частицы жизни, которые объединены ниже горизонта и горизонта, опускаются.

    Четвертый «ㅿ» означает, что частицы жизни закрыты и защищены.

    «ㅿ» означает горы, горы, пирамиду, матку.


  • the franks where german. they conquered what is now france and ruled there as a ruling minority. even though the country was later named france the franks where never the majority of the population. also most franks stayed in germany. just using "big arrows on a map" kind of history doesn't work anymore. also saying the germans came from scandinavia is misleading. just another case of "big arrows on a map" to try to explain difficult interactions.

  • When it comes to venus statues, they probably were neither pornographic, nor fertility symbol (goddamned men, always thinking it's about them). Most prevalent theory is that of ancestorial worship, wherein these statues symbolized said ancestors.

  • It is very likely that at least a portion of the prehistoric peoples that became the founding population of Germany, either directly or indirectly, migrated from Doggerland as it slowly sunk beneath the North Sea.

  • You talk boring about good history man

  • I don’t like how crusades where just invitations of Islamic territory. My understanding it was to take back lost Christian land

  • The frankish empire came from Aachen, which is a german city

  • Step Back History
    Another 33 degree freemason Agenda Cult Club Scripted BullShit Hoax Story.

  • Enemies writing History………Still going on strong in the U.S. Corp.

  • To say Geramny is the glue that holds the EU togheter makes it sound like as if they are to good ones that are doing all the work. The EU itself keeps it togheter at the moment (yeah there is Brexit but that was a democratic decission of a member) and there are just more Germans in it because they are the most populated country.

  • Nice Saturday mourning treat, tx.

  • I’m looking at the comment section and it seems that a lot of the information in this video has been corrected, does anyone know if This video is a credible source ?

  • Today I learned that some people have a "favorite war".

  • 0:50 – 1:53 pure imagination 😀

  • There is tons of misinformation in this video.

  • Very fundamenta. Just what the il-educated young need to hear. And It helps me to form the bigger likeness as well. Thank you.

    p.s. There is more that you could learn about the Twisklanders in The Oera Linda Book.

  • The Venus of willendorf.
    Is this statue in the " 13th Warior" Movie?

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