Before WWII, British journalists, editors and writers wrote of Britain’s Aryan past. One writer made out a significant case, in his books, that Britain was the homeland of Aryans.
Britain – Homeland of the Aryans
While, ‘Aryan’ Germany has been a matter of much analysis, controversy, condemnation, ‘Aryan’ Britain or ‘Aryan’ USA are glossed over – or completely ignored.
One booster for ‘Aryan’ Britain was a prominent journalist and editor in Britain before WWII. With many books to his credit, by significant publishers, William Comyns Beaumont, also known as Comyns Beaumont, moved from the Daily Mail to become an editor for two of the ‘Great Eight’.
When British publishers spoke of “The Great Eight” they meant the Graphic, Illustrated London News, Sphere, Sketch, Tatler, Bystander, Britannia & Eve, Illustrated Sporting & Dramatic News—all published by Illustrated Newspapers Ltd. Last week the eight were reduced to-seven. Instead of their weekly copies of the Graphic, U. S. subscribers received instead notice that the famed 62-year-old paper was no more. (via The Press: Eight Less One – TIME).
William Comyns Beaumont, also known as Comyns Beaumont, (1873–1956) was a British journalist, author, and lecturer. Beaumont was a staff writer for the Daily Mail and eventually became editor of the Bystander in 1903 and then The Graphic in 1932.
Among Beaumont’s propositions were:
- catastrophic climate changes were the results of the action of asteroids on the earth.
- The Egyptian dynasties up to the 13th century BC ruled in South Wales.
- Jerusalem was originally located in Edinburgh.
- The works of Shakespeare were written by Francis Bacon.
- Francis Bacon was the illegitimate son of Queen Elizabeth I.
- There is a Zionist plot to undermine the British Empire.
- Part of this plot was disinformation disseminated by means of the Bible, which concealed the fact that the Holy Lands were in Britain, not in Palestine.
- The British Isles were Atlantis.
- Jesus was born in Glastonbury, and his life played out in Somerset.
- Beaumont accepted the existence of giants based on folklore, mythology, traditions and archeology as real. Beaumont believed that Britain was the location of Atlantis and that it was occupied by a giant race of Aryans. (via William Comyns Beaumont – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia).
An extract from his book
British Mainstream Thinking 1930s | From: The Riddle of Prehistoric Britain By Comyns Beaumont | Page 21 | Click to go to books.google.com