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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

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    Neo Nazism

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    of paper ... ...ent" Southern Poverty Law Center, n.d. Web. 5 Dec. 2013. . "National Socialist Movement" Southern Poverty Law Center, n.d. Web. 9 Dec. 2013. . "Church of the Creator." Southern Poverty Law Center, n.d. Web. 5 Dec. 2013. . "Active Neo-Nazi Groups" Southern Poverty Law Center, n.d. Web. 5 Dec. 2013. . "Never Again Starts Here." German Jews during the Holocaust, 1939–1945. United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, 10 June 2013. Web. 5 Dec. 2013. .

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    Neo-Nazism

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    Neo-Nazism Nazism might seem a distant memory to some in the modern day, but it still bubbles beneath the surface of our so-called civilised and accepting society. Nazism is currently seeping to the face of our civilization but under a different guise - Patriotism. There are many organisations hiding under the same disguise, but very few are brave enough to declare themselves openly racist. Currently, the main political leaders in this field are the British National Party, and the National

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    Racism. A word that can spark a lengthy conversation, a word that can get under the skin of many, a word that still runs through the veins of the United States even in this modern age. We as a generation and generations before us have seen racism at some point during our lives and yet it still continues to live on without us blinking an eye in the slightest of bit. The films American History X directed by Tony Kaye and Crash directed by Paul Haggins allows the audience to view how racism still rears

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    American History X

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    black neighborhood. Derek immediately places the blame on black people, not just a single black person but all black people. After his father’s death, Derek joins forces with Cameron Alexander, played by Stacy Keach. Cameron is an older man who is a Neo-Nazi and he uses Derek to recruit young adults into a new gang called the Disciples of Christ (D.O.C.). The creation of the D.O.C. provides all the white youth of Venice Beach, California to feel a sense of belonging. Just like the young black males

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    American History X

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    The world is composed of different people with diverse nationalities. There are many countries in this world which contribute different traits to society. In the United States itself, there are about 198 nationalities out of 254 countries worldwide as reported in the 2000 census. As showed by the film American History X, prejudice is the antagonist. The character of Derek Vinyard, the leader of the Nazi skinhead community in the film demonstrates neglect, discrimination and brutality against non-American

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    The Mind of a Nazi

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    like, that the Jews abducte... ... middle of paper ... ...wed today. Neo-Nazism refers to post-World War II social or political movements seeking to revive Nazism. There are a number of Neo-Nazi groups in the United States alone, including the largest Neo -Nazi organization, the National Socialist Movement. While small minorities of American Neo-Nazis draw attention in public, most groups operate underground. American Neo-Nazis have been known to attack, torment, and harass Jewish people, black

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    American History X

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    different either in color, race, and/or heritage; however, there are those few that hold bigoted views towards people who are different than they are. The movie American History X by Tony Kaye displays an example of people who hold bigoted views. Derek, a Neo-Nazi leader, must contend with his actions relating to his past racist views and actions. This powerful movie explores its characters thoroughly and gives reasons why people become so callous and turn towards a racist group. It also exposes insight

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    American History X Essay

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    Danny and their family living in Venice Beach, California. Derek is a member of a neo-Nazi group and is very involved in the defense of the white race he calls '' higher '' while Danny, younger, admires his brother and just wants to behave like him. Sentenced to three years in prison for the murder of two black criminals trying to steal his car, Derek leaves Danny alone with no marks and under the influence of the neo-Nazi group and its founder Cameron Alexander. Although intelligent but young, Danny

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    Did you know that Nazis are planning to start another war? Neo-Nazis have existed since the fall of the 3rd Reich. They have been getting more people to join and support their cause. Yet, “Hitler’s Children” can be stopped, just like Hitler’s SS and SA’s were stopped. But, why are neo-Nazis active? Why are people joining them? How can they be stopped? Neo-Nazis are a growing threat and can be prevented from expanding their terroristic activities in the U.S. “Fascism is like a hydra- you can

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