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Nazi:

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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Nazi

Nazionalsozialist; rabid anti-Semite member of Hitler’s party. [Ger. Hist.: Shirer]
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Nazi

Jew-baiting, murderous Aryan supremacist under Hitler. [Ger. Hist.: Shirer]

Nazi

a member of the fascist National Socialist German Workers' Party, which was founded in 1919 and seized political control in Germany in 1933 under the Austrian-born German dictator Adolf Hitler (1889--1945)
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Schlegelberger had been content with the Nazification of the legal sector, or at least not objected to it until he was elevated to be Acting Minister.
Klemperer's notion, borrowed from Schiller, of Sprache, die fur dich dichtet und denkt (language which speaks and thinks for you) prevails throughout his writings, indicting the Nazification of the German tongue and the concomitant denigration of the German people.
Rather, Etlin has skillfully positioned this scholarship in relation to and away from scholarship that focuses upon the most extreme instances of cultural Nazification, whether through state-sponsored propaganda or through state purges of, and direct control over, the arts.
Barth, who had been the prime author of the Barmen theological declaration of 1934, the charter of Protestant resistance to the nazification of the German church, was several times asked by church leaders in England and Scotland how they could best help the beleaguered Confessing Christians in Germany.
Depiction of Nazification of the region is fascinating for the casual nature of the transformation, personified by teen Katarina (Biliana Kazakova) looking happy once the swastika flag is unfurled.
The Nuremburg Laws of 1935 furthered the aims of nazification by defining Jews as having different "blood" from Germans and depriving them of the rights belonging to citizens in the Reich.
Information on this topic can be found in the Timeline section, under Nazification, The Ghettos, and The Camps.
This article provides an analysis of the nazification of the International Criminal Police Commission (ICPC), the organization today known as Interpol, against the background of the American participation in the Commission by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).
Nazification of Sovereignists, Populist Mobilization and Legitimation by Politicians
law as vindication (Nuremberg), law as revenge (Justice Pal's view of the Tokyo Trials), (173) law as restoration and deterrence (War Crimes Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia), law as theater(174) or comedy,(175) and law as nazification (the Soviet Show trials).
This exuberant novel, written in a variety of styles, imaginatively distorts and exaggerates Grass's personal experiences--the Polish-German dualism of Danzig, the creeping Nazification of average families, the attrition of the war years, the coming of the Russians, and the complacent atmosphere of West Germany's postwar "economic miracle.
After the "Reichstag Fire Decree," announced the morning after the Reichstag building went up in flames and issued for "the Protection of the German People and State," the Nazification of the political process was in full swing.