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Nazi:

see National SocialismNational Socialism
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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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One point it makes clearly is the connection between relativism, nihilism, and Naziism.
Just over fifteen years later, the great American icon, Charles Lindbergh shamefully urged Americans to stay out of the fight against Naziism and fascism.
War is not the answer, unless, of course, the question is what do we do about tyranny, slavery, fascism, Naziism, totalitarianism, Communism and, ultimately, liberalism.
In 1933, the Vatican signed the Reichskonkordat with Germany, which did much to further the acceptance of Naziism.
He has apologised, but it will still, understandably, cause offence to Jews, veterans of the Second World War and indeed to anyone who even dimly appreciates the evils of Naziism.
For a long time, the origin of the Third Reich consumed the attention of historians interested in German Naziism.
This has similarities to Hitler and Naziism which led the world to war.
When he wrote, Holmes of course knew nothing of Soviet Communism or German Naziism, but his own experience in the Civil War demonstrated that when ideas differ sharply enough, the truth of one or the other is not settled in the competition of the market but in the slaughter of the battlefield.
Ophuls left Europe in 1939 because of the rise of Naziism, and although he managed to make his way to Hollywood, and did return to work in France in the 50s, his art stems essentially from the creative environment of pre-war European culture, a culture that was largely decimated in the war.
Sometimes this nihilism manifests itself in a godless ideology such as Naziism, Stalinism, Maoism, and down the line of murderous ideologies.
Reduced to the simplest terms, the drive for a universalist ethics derives in great part from our experience of the modern world, which has shown the hazards of a ruthless ethic based on nothing more than the idiosyncratic value systems of their proponents (and Naziism is the classic 20th century example).