Pollack is bearded, and (the Hitlerian
gibe again) not accustomed to bathing frequently.
In the Fifties you could purchase a copy of a tile from Hitler's bathroom, if that floated your boat, and the fascination for authentic Hitlerian
memorabilia continues today as cheap copies proliferate - even in the death camp souvenir outlets.
Apparently Roof was also a neo-National Socialist (neo-Nazi), envisioning a collectivist Big Government system based on "race" that would protect Hitlerian
notions of the "superior race.
In Catch-22 (Mike Nichols, 1970), there are no Germans, Nazis, or Jews, but an American officer, embodying novelist Joseph Heller's 1961 satire of booming America in the 1950s, makes business deals with the Germans, monopolizes the lucrative brothel trade, and surveys his dark domain in Hitlerian
pose from a gray Mercedes.
Steinhoff notes the Hitlerian
"trend to promote Die Meistersinger von Nurnberg as the greatest of the composer's works (rather than Parsifal).
Furness carefully examines the Hitlerian
phase in the Wagner family history, and the claim that Wagner's anti-Semitism (especially vivid in "Judaism in Music," 1850) fueled the Holocaust.
We are thereby made to believe that the Democratic Party has turned Hitlerian
, and any fool knows what that means.
He is ready to legislate a draconian, Hitlerian
law to make Turkey a total police state.
The [controversial] Hitlerian
provocation of the title is .
As they did in other territories they seized, the Nazis recruited Jewish leaders, whose function in the Nazis' eyes was to help them as the Hitlerian
program unfolded--first with Jewish exclusions from schools, businesses and professions, then with the wearing of the yellow star, and finally with mass deportation leading to mass murder.
Emphasising the menacing Hitlerian
aspect of Saddam Hussein, he also -- in a desperate attempt to win the support of liberal Britain -- flagged up the peace dividend that removing him would yield.
Notwithstanding this assessment on the part of Hitler's deputy fuhrer, shared decision-making was not exactly a major part of the Hitlerian