|Gods of the Teutons|
In order to give some background to the events portrayed, the first part deals with the early beliefs of the Anglo-Saxons and the Danes before they became Christian. Some of the immortals that featured in their myths also appear in the legends surrounding a few of these great men. Later in the series, characters like the Apostles and the Christian Angels will take their place.
Attila the Hun has been included because there is some confusion over whether he was really non-White. Some say the Huns were White, while others claim that they were not. In either case Attila must have been an accomplished warrior to have made his way as far west as he did, all the way to Orleans.
Books like this were designed not just to inform the students about history, but also to help them develop their character. It was hoped that through an affinity for the men described, the boys would grow to be brave, courageous, merciful and just patriots. They also taught a very different sort of Christianity to the one that gets promoted today. The Christianity of old was all about being prepared to die in the defence of your people, not about encouraging your race to commit suicide.
Narrated by Sven Longshanks from the book by JH Haaren and AB Poland
Aryan Narrations: Famous Men of the Middle Ages 1 – The Gods of the Teutons and the Nibelungs
Aryan Narrations: Famous Men of the Middle Ages 2- Alaric the Visigoth, Attila the Hun and Genseric the Vandal
Aryan Narrations: Famous Men of the Middle Ages 3- Theoderic the Ostrogoth, Clovis and Justinian
Aryan Narrations: Famous Men of the Middle Ages 4 – Charles Martel, Pepin, Charlemagne and Egbert the Saxon
Aryan Narrations: Famous Men of the Middle Ages 5 - Rollo the Viking, Alfred the Great and Henry the Fowler
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