Totalitarianism In The Nazi State

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The totalitarian regime in the Nazi State from 1933 to 1945 bestowed Hitler incredible status and power, most of which was manipulated into the ubiquitous representations of the Nazi state who cemented fear and acquiescence among the German populace. However, despite the terror instilled within Hitler’s established regime, allegiance to the Furher dwindled as groups successfully resisted the ideology of Nazism. Thence, his monolithic totalitarianism continued to idolize fear as a weapon which played a vital role in the Third Reich as resistance occurred from social democrats and communists, the youth, Christian churches and conservative military groups.
Authoritarianism was the driving force behind the terror that encompassed the German nation
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