Nazism

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Nazism:

see National SocialismNational Socialism
or Nazism,
doctrines and policies of the National Socialist German Workers' party, which ruled Germany under Adolf Hitler from 1933 to 1945.
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Nazism

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However, Codreanu's thinking was different compared to the hardcore Nazi ideology.
What Garden doesn't question is whether Nazi ideology was accepting of Christianity specifically or monotheism generally.
What makes it even more dramatic is Mayhew's transposition of disturbing Nazi ideology into 2014 complete with contemporary references to the sartorial mishap of showing 'side boobs', celebrity teen magazines and a pop star by the name of Jay Acker who doesn't wear his trousers properly.
One of those characters is Marine Le Pen, the president of the National Front Party, who represents the Nazi ideology.
Was the violence against the Jews, which reached a crescendo in the Holocaust, created by Nazi ideology, or was it the result of an extreme desire held by non-Jewish Germans to separate Judaism from its shared history with Germany, Christianity, and the European past?
Tholens was repatriated to Germany in 1919 and later joined the Nazi Party, working as an Obergeneralarbeitsfuhrer for the Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD), militarising the workforce and indoctrinating it with Nazi ideology.
And English's rise is also partly due to the decline of German science, weakened by World War I and then devastated by Nazi ideology.
These developments were strongly motivated by Nazi ideology, which, consequently, was deeply engrained in the ethos of the organisation.
The Nazi ideology is gaining popularity across Europe and poses "obvious" threat, Ivanov stressed.
But she pleaded with the former SS man to "tell young neo-Nazis that Auschwitz existed and that the Nazi ideology produced no winners, but only losers".
Watson is specifically concerned with why Krepper adopted Nazi ideology even though he was a pastor.
He too became elected on an entirely negative message, blaming the Jews, blaming the punitive Versailles Treaty; surrounded by his own bunch of influential, charismatic nutters, he built the Nazi ideology and power base.