Tibet and Hitler: The story of Nazi scientists seeking roots in the Himalayas-BBC News

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In 1939, Bruno Berg (second from left) and others met in Lhasa, Tibet.

In 1938, Heinrich Himmler, a major member of the German Nazi Party and the main mastermind of the Jewish genocide in Europe, sent a five-member team to Tibet to find the imaginary Aryan race the origin. The writer Vaibhav Purandare tells an interesting story about this expedition through India in a book.

More than a year before the start of the Second World War, a group of Germans secretly landed from the eastern border of India.

Their mission is to discover the “origin of the Aryan race”.

Adolf Hitler believes that the Nordic “Aryans” entered India from the north as early as 1500 years ago. The Aryans committed the “crime” of mingling with the local “non-Aryans” and lost their lives. Race superior to other people on the planet.

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