Images from Golgatha des Nordens (Golgatha of the North[land]) by Werner Graul. Published by Wölund Verlag in Erfurt in 1937.
This book depicts the negative impact that Christianity have had on northern Europe, from the early days of force conversion and mass baptism, and onward to the Reformation and the war between Protestants and Catholics. To say the least, Werner Graul had a very negative view on Christianity, and a very down to earth heathen mindset.
One of the captions of the images reads: Germanic is: Courage, heroism and Valhalla. Not humility, contrition, guilt of sin and otherworldliness through prayers and hymns. That kind of sums things up.