Nazism

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Nazism:

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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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Titled The Atrocities of the German Fascist Aggressors, the collection was designed to expose the cruelty of Nazi policies on occupied Soviet territories.
Although a 1968 Library of Congress study focused on Nazi policies in the occupied countries, it was "unable to locate references to any German use of registration lists to collect firearms.
Later sections of the book, which are devoted to increasingly harsh persecution of Jews--including Nazi theft of their properties and other assets--continue to incorporate some memories of Jews present at the time, but rely as well on the general historical record to pinpoint how Nazi policies bore down on Jewish residents of the Kurfurstendamm.
Noncompliance with Nazi policies is neither always dangerous nor always successful.
Fred Gross tells the story of his family's flight from the German invasion of Belgium and the Nazi policies that would become the Holocaust.
Classifying Stalin's various murder campaigns (alongside Nazi policies towards Roma, gays, educated Poles and Soviet citizens in Belarus and Ukraine) as "genocides," which Snyder does, while also singling out the Holocaust as the worst of them all, is not mutually exclusive.
Heidegger also analyses the limitations of the Second German Empire, which he compares with the Nazi policies.
Their platform is divisive and supports the Nazi policies that caused death and destruction and the deaths of 30 million people.
Their platform is divisive and supports Nazi policies that caused destruction and the deaths of 30 million people.
FAR-RIGHT Austrian politician Joerg Haider, who sparked world outrage by praising Nazi policies, was killed in a car crash yesterday.
The readiness of the overwhelming majority of state officials to carry out Nazi policies with undiminished efficiency and a (grotesque) concern for legal niceties makes depressing reading.
Bringing Nazi policies of the 1930s to present day North Wales would make Plaid a Party of pure bred Welsh speakers with contempt for everyone else and committed to destroying the trade union movement.