FRIEDRICH RATZEL LEBENSRAUM PDF

He originated the concept of Lebensraum, or “living space,” which relates human groups to the spatial units where they develop. Though Ratzel pointed out the. in the work of Friedrich Ratzel and his formulation of the concept of Lebensraum. The paper argues that the Ratzelian Lebensraum must be viewed as a concept. The concept of Lebensraum—or “living space”—served as a critical component in Renowned German geographer Friedrich Ratzel coined the term in

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Ratzel, a scholar of versatile academic interest, was a staunch German. Ratzel influenced numerous scholars in the area of friedricn. Some restrictions may apply to use of individual images which are separately licensed.

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When the Germans invaded the Soviet Union infurther volunteers from France, Spain, Belgium, the Netherlands, Czechoslovakia, and the Croatia signed up to fight for the Nazi cause. Harvard University Press, pp. Friedrich Ratzel August 30, friedricb August 9, was a German geographer and ethnographernotable for first using the term Lebensraum “living space” in the sense that the National Socialists later would. New York,p. The third work, his three-volume Lebensraim of Mankind —outdated as it is, still merits respect as a milestone in the history of ethnography.

There was also a belief in the frkedrich of agrarian society and, specifically, of the peasantry. This self-centered viewpoint provided justification for the expansion frieerich Germany and the subsequent suffering those in other nations, as well as support for social Darwinist rationalization for imperialist and racist policies generally.

Concerning the geographic extent of the Greater Germanic ReichAdolf Hitler rejected the Ural Mountains as an adequate, eastern border for Germany, that such mid-sized mountains would not make do as the boundary between the “European and Asiatic worlds”; that only a living wall of racially pure Aryans would make do as a border; and that permanent war in the East would “preserve the vitality of the race”:.

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Despite each slogan political and racial being contradicted by the reality of such demographic facts, the nationalists’ demands for Lebensraum proved to be ideologically valid politics in Weimar Germany. Ratzel produced the foundations of human geography in his two-volume Anthropogeographie in and About the author Jeremy Noakes is professor of history at the University of Exeter. The German geographer Friedrich Ratzel was the author of several books on ethnology and human and political geography in which he described his observations during extensive travels in Europe and the Americas.

In Marchin effort to reform and modernise the Russian Empire — into a soviet republicthe Bolshevik government agreed to the strategically onerous, territorial cessions stipulated in the Treaty of Brest-Litovskand Russia yielded to Germany much of the arable land of European Russiathe Baltic governoratesBelarusUkraineand the Caucasus region. Thus, Hitler’s long-range aim, fixed in the s, of erecting a German Eastern Imperium on the ruins of the Soviet Union was not simply a vision emanating from an abstract wish.

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Friedrich attended high school in Karlsruhe for six years before being apprenticed at age 15 to an apothecary. This article abides by terms of the Creative Commons CC-by-sa 3.

Philosophy, rather than biologycame to dominate his later thought. In Mein KampfHitler dedicated a full chapter titled “Eastern Orientation or Eastern Policy”, outlining the need for the new ‘living space’ for Germany.

His early concept of lebensraum was not political or economic but spiritual and racial nationalist expansion. Cambridge, USA, pp.

Increase [of] our peasant population is the only effective defense against the influx of the Slav working-class masses from the East. Friedrich Ratzel August 30, — August 9, was a German geographer and ethnographernotable for coining the term Lebensraum —”living space.

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This experience stimulated his interest in human geography and influenced his later work. Just like a biological organism grows and develops, it is not natural for states to be static. He believed that no visible differences between peoples could be bridged by the use of a common language.

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