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  • Nazism to Neo Nazism

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    After the downfall of Nazism under the rule of Adolf Hitler in 1945, the Allied Forces and the newly established German governments made efforts to hinder the emergence of a new Nazi movement in the area through the denazification process . Neo- Nazi activity was limitedly seen on the outside perimeters of German society. Some former Nazis in the 1960’s, however, have once again grasped the Nazi ideologies and beliefs and have tried to pass it on to the new generations. They worked to reintroducing

  • Nazism

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    anyone could believe the Nazi’s were a moral people. The Nazi people are unparalleled in the level of criminal unjust committed against a group of persons. Nazi’s however did believe they were moral and were justified in their actions. The idea of Nazism was a way of life and one must think, feel, and act as in the best interest of Nazi beliefs. The moral code of the Nazi people was one that followed the idea that Nazi’s were superior, competent, and pure. The moral code included the idea that those

  • Nazism

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    Nazism was the ideology held by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, commonly called NSDAP or the Nazi Party), which was led by its "Führer", Adolf Hitler. The word Nazism is most often used in connection with the dictatorship of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 (the "Third Reich"), and it is derived from the term National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus, often abbreviated NS). Adherents of Nazism held that the Aryan race were superior

  • Nazism

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    Nazism The National Socialist German Workers' Party almost died one morning in 1919. It numbered only a few dozen grumblers' it had no organization and no political ideas. But many among the middle class admired the Nazis' muscular opposition to the Social Democrats. And the Nazis themes of patriotism and militarism drew highly emotional responses from people who could not forget Germany's prewar imperial grandeur. In the national elections of September 1930, the Nazis garnered nearly 6

  • Nazism

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    As named in the stanza before, the Nazis used Gleichschaltung to unify the German empire and all its citizens, in political and social ways as well as private and public lives. Gleichschaltung means coordination or making the same. The term is used to describe that National Socialists tried to coordinate all people to be equal and follow their ideology. All the organizations named above, like the organizations for children Hitler Jugend and Bund Deutscher Mädel were established to bring the citizens

  • Nazism

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    National Socialism was similar in many respects to Italian fascism (see Fascism). The roots of National Socialism, however, were peculiarly German, grounded, for example, in the Prussian tradition of military authoritarianism and expansion; in the German romantic tradition of hostility to rationalism, liberalism, and democracy; in various racist doctrines according to which the Nordic peoples, as so-called pure Aryans, were not only physically superior to other races, but were the carriers of a superior

  • Birth Of Nazism

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    BIRTH OF NAZISM "Until the German people understand that one can conduct politics only when one has the support of power—and again power. Only so is reconstruction possible… It is not an economic question which faces the German people, it is a political question—how shall the nation’s determination be recovered?" (Bullock, 1962) Adolf Hitler posed this question to the German people in 1923. The face of post World War I Germany was truly battered, in all senses of the word

  • Social Darwinism And Nazism

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    that their race is superior to another. It is true that to a significantly large extent, NAZISM was influenced by racism from its foundation in 1919 to 1939, as Social Darwinism followed was the basis of the Nazi ideology. Racism, including racial anti-Semitism, which is the prejudice against or hatred of Jews based on false biological theories, was always an integral part of German National Socialism (Nazism). Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler's use of eugenic arguments to create a "master race." During

  • Nazism Political Party

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    that centered around socialist ideologies during the 1910’s. After World War I, two major political contenders were present in Germany: Nazism and Communism (Shirer 33-34). The Nazi movement, along with its small group supporters, rose out of Bolshevik resistance. Unsteady and untrusting Germans fearing Communist takeover turned to nationalist movements, mainly Nazism, as a bulwark against Bolshevism. The Russian Revolution of 1917 inspired many socialists to have interest in the new Marxism, and many

  • Compare Fascism And Nazism

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    Fascism vs. Nazism Nazism and Fascism where both successful political parties in Europe because of the bullying tactics used by their leaders during a compromising time in Europe. The interwar period of Europe between 1918 and 1939 was a time many European countries encountered uncertainty as Europe struggled to recover from the devastation of the First World War and the destabilizing effects of that loss. Between the end of World War I and the commencement of World War II, the interwar period, many