Some articles on martial races theory, martial race:
... The Martial races theory was a British ideology based on the assumption that certain peoples were more martially inclined as opposed to the general ... the entire spectrum of Indian ethnic groups into two categories a "martial race" and a "non-martial race" ... The martial race was thought of as typically brave and well built for fighting ...
Famous quotes containing the words theory, martial and/or races:
“... liberal intellectuals ... tend to have a classical theory of politics, in which the state has a monopoly of power; hoping that those in positions of authority may prove to be enlightened men, wielding power justly, they are natural, if cautious, allies of the establishment.”
—Susan Sontag (b. 1933)
“Strike the concertinas melancholy string!
Blow the spirit-stirring harp like any thing!
Let the pianos martial blast
Rouse the Echoes of the Past,”
—Sir William Schwenck Gilbert (18361911)
“While the white man keeps the impetus of his own proud, onward march, the dark races will yield and serve, perforce. But let the white man once have a misgiving about his own leadership, and the dark races will at once attack him, to pull him down into the old gulfs.”
—D.H. (David Herbert)