1855 – Born on September 9th tin Southsea, England. British-born Germanophile political philosopher, whose advocacy of the racial and cultural superiority of the so-called Aryan element in European culture influenced pan-German and German nationalist thought, particularly Adolf Hitler’s National Socialist movement.
– He received his early education abroad, being sent to France, where he went to school at Versailles.
1899 – He has attracted attention by his chief work, "Die Grundlagen des 19. Jahrhunderts," Munich.
1919-1925 – He wrote "Race and Personality" and the autobiography "Paths of My Thought".
1927 – Died on January 9th in Bayreuth, Germany.