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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]
See: Bigotry

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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After the war he refused to appear before a "de-Nazification" tribunal on the grounds that he had never been Nazified.
He knew about doctor Johannes Rohr's Nazified version of A.
Phil, a stamp collector, wakes up howling after dreaming that the stamps for every national monument in his collection have been defiled with a swastika--from the Grand Canyon to the Great Smoky Mountains, nature itself has been Nazified.
You may have a completely subjugated, Nazified Europe with astonishing swiftness, and the weight may be more than we can bear.
The evangelical sects proved as unwilling as ever to get along with one another, though much of their clergy eventually Nazified.
Studies of hate groups indicate that their numbers increased by 10% in 2000 and that they vary greatly, ranging from new, Nazified, White supremacist groups and neo-Confederate organizations that despise Jews, people of color, and gays ("Hate Group Numbers," 2001) to the New Black Panther Party, whose leader has vilified Whites, Jews, Catholics, and lesbians, gay men, and bisexual women and men ("Snarling At," 2000).
As an agent, even if not a very good one, of the Nazified French administration, Barneuve encourages editors to reduce the number of their Jewish reporters in order to acquire better stocks of newsprint.
The result, in a manuscript completed in 1946, is a series of brilliant essays on how German language--and thus thought--was Nazified, words being equivalent to `tiny doses of arsenic'.
In Germany, Martin Buber was not personally exposed as Leo Baeck was; even so, as early as 1933, he showed courage enough to respond to Gerhard Kittel, a well-known scholar and son of a distinguished one, already nazified enough to challenge Buber, not privately, but publicly, scandalously, to respond whether Nazism was not for German Jews a biblically-promised punishment.
Most of the German participants at the Copenhagen meeting, Arthur Nebe, Hans Palitzsch, Karl Zindel, Wolf von Helldorf, and Kurt Daluege, were not only members of a thoroughly nazified German police, they were among its main architects.
But did the same conceptions of masculinity inform perpetrators who were less nazified, who were neither true believers nor volunteered for "actions" against Jewish civilians.
42) While Nuelsen was able to foil the coup by pro-Nazi elements, he could not prevent the German Methodist Church from becoming partly Nazified.