Germany was not founded through race but was an union of German speaking monarchs who united with each other after the defeat of France. In theory at least, as certain German princes actually spoke much better French and Latin than German.
I don't believe there has ever been a proper racial (not cultural) state in Europe; other than the existence of independent tribes in pre-Renaissance Europe.
That being said, you still had individuals like Madison Grant and the Thule Society; in addition to Nordicists, who wanted such a thing.
Outside of Europe, I think the people who have best succeeded in that regard would be the Han Chinese. They've always had a massive population in history and could absorb foreign people without a change to their appearance; to the extent, that all 1.4 billion of them of them have the same appearance... as oppose to the diversity in Europe.
Diversity has always been a good thing I think. Who really wants the whole world to be dark skinned, dark eyed and dark haired? No more than we would want everyone to be blond haired and blue eyed and conforming to a single phenotype of image. It would be like having all butterflies look the same.
Last edited by Trotz; Mar 7th, 2011 at 03:20 AM..