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    Post Photos of German students regionally compared

    Niedersachsen/Saxony:

    (Bremen)
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    (Various)
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    Hamburg:

    (Hamburg)
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    Westphalia:

    (Paderborn)
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    (Dortmund)

    (Muenster)
    -
    East Germany:

    (Various)
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    (Berlin)
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    Hesse:

    (Various)
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    SW Germany:

    (Ulm)
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    (Stuttgart)
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    Bavaria:

    (Various)
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    (Nuremberg)
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    Austria:

    (Various)

    Also don't miss the discussion over here about Alpines, Dinarics and Nordics in South Germany:
    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=28525
    Last edited by Gareth; Thursday, December 16th, 2004 at 01:25 PM.

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBoy
    Those pictures make it seem like Nordids are in no way common to Germany. The second picture from Saxony has no typical Nordids.
    I don't want to "make it seem" anything. I gathered all photos of preceded school classes I could find on German websites and posted them here.

    What makes these persons Un-Nordic? In fact many are Nordic.
    Last edited by Gareth; Wednesday, December 22nd, 2004 at 12:29 AM.

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    I understand what you mean. Why is their hair so dark, this could be the lighting and nothing else? There are a few individuals that look somewhat Nordid, but I see a more Mediterranid side to most of them. Didn't Guenther say that much of the Nordid in Germany was overlaid by other factors?






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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    Quote Originally Posted by SouthernBoy
    I understand what you mean. Why is their hair so dark, this could be the lighting and nothing else? There are a few individuals that look somewhat Nordid, but I see a more Mediterranid side to most of them. Didn't Guenther say that much of the Nordid in Germany was overlaid by other factors?
    Gracil-ized, darker haired and/or somewhat generalized Germans may look more Mediterranean than Scandinavians. Still are the Germans not of Mediterranean ancestry nor are they very Mediterranoid seen in relation to the the average of Europe.

    Btw. we can draw a good comparison in the black and white picture from Hamburg. The guy coming second from left at the bottom is a Jew. He most likely had similar or the same food to eat than the common Germans but still he was not as unreduced (being tall, robust, long-limbed, big-headed etc.).

    These youths in the photos may also still grow a bit more into the breadth.

    Brown hair is also not a marker for Mediterranean-admixture but the morphology seen apart from everything else. I think that facial features generally show more signs of several sources since they tend to be a bit more prone to take visibly effect (for example, I myself still have bushy eyebrows despite about 90% of my forbears did not, seems to be dominant). The Germans also tend to have refined facial features that can compete with Scandinavians and Irishmen in many ways.

    Mediterranoid can also mean gracilized UP:
    http://forums.skadi.net/showthread.php?t=28226

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    I do see some Nordids. Most of them are Falish.

    I have yet to see a Nazi poster girl.

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    Niedersachsen/Saxony:

    Bremen

    1: Mostly Faelids, UP's and several Nordid and Pontid. Only the females look Alpine, for obvious reasons.
    2: Mostly East-Baltics, UP's and Alpines.

    "Various"

    1. Mostly Nordid, Faelid and some mixed UP/Med types.
    2. Mostly Faelid and Faelid/Med or Faelid/Dinaric types.

    Hamburg

    Hamburg

    1. Mostly mixed Nordid types
    2. can't see
    3. Mostly Faelid, Nordid and UP.
    4. Can't see

    Westphalia

    Paderborn

    1. Nordid
    2. Mostly UP and Faelid.

    Dortmund

    1. Nordid/UP mostly.

    Muenster

    1. UP/Nordid
    2. again

    East Germany

    Various

    1. Various indeed. Mostly Pontid/Nordid and Alpines.

    Berlin

    1. UP's, Faelids...

    Hesse

    1. UP's, Pontids and a few Neanderthals

    SW Germany

    Ulm

    1. Mostly Alpines and some mixed types.
    2. These girls are mostly Noric.

    Stuttgart

    1. Various Med and Nordid types and several Dinarics.
    2. Again, but with more UP types.

    Bavaria

    Various

    1. Alpine, Dinaric and some Faelid/Alpine mixes.

    Nuremberg

    1. Sorta Medish types, Dinarids, Alpinids and several Faelids and UP's
    2. Mostly Alpinids, UP/Nordid/Med types etc.

    Austria

    1. Weird Med and some Alpine and Nordid/Noric types
    2. Sorta Faelid/Alpine girls.


    Thanks Gareth. They look like the Germans I'm used to seeing.
    About time someone showed our American members how the real Germans look like.

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    Quote Originally Posted by Northern_Paladin
    I do see some Nordids. Most of them are Falish.

    I have yet to see a Nazi poster girl.

    She's close enough...and there are many more.

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    Judging from these photos:
    Westphalia seems to be the most Nordid in the classic Nordic sense,
    while Bavaria seems to be the most Alpinized of all.

    Do you agree? Does it have any relation to the works of anthropologists?

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    Quote Originally Posted by Polak
    She's close enough...and there are many more.
    Nordid yes. But not exactly poster girl material. Take for example this lovely Nordic maiden who has the profile of a Goddess.

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    Post Re: Photos of German students regionally compared

    Dont look much different from my old high school in some of those photos.

    Some good lookers there .

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