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Nazis

(National Socialism) spread fear and terror throughout Hitler’s Germany. [Ger. Hist.: NCE, 1894]
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Army), the Nazi symbol was used on the Nazi flag, the flag under which the Nazi dictator - Adolf Hitler - oversaw the murder of 6 million Jews in grotesque death camps.
Indeed much of Nazis and the Cinema is devoted to showing how the cinema was used to generate a growing hostility to Jews.
In fact, Mr Ferry had spoken only of his admiration from an artistic point of view for some aspects of German art, architecture and presentation which were associated with the Nazi regime.
It is among the Nazis' claims to distinction that they triumphantly united political belief and action, thereby confounding modern Western convictions about the divergence between appearance and reality, prompting the pursuit of hidden meanings and motives.
I could hear only snippets of their speeches, which droned on about immigration and the Zionist Occupied Government, as I was among the crowd of about 1,000 counter-protesters, throatily booing the Nazis.
Many of our current understandings of how the Nazi regime functioned after 1933 would not have been possible without the perspectives provided by the "history of everyday life" (Alltagsgeschichte).
The example of Holland is one argument in favour of this position since, after the Dutch bishops had openly and strongly upbraided the Nazi authorities, the Nazis widened their search to include hundreds of converts to Catholicism, such as Saint Edith Stein and her sister.
Ohrdruf turned out to be a subcamp of Buchenwald (BOO-kuhn-vahlt), one of the Nazis' largest camps.
A more literal translation of the memoir's title in German, Am Beispiel meines Bruders, would be My Brother's Example: Timm presents himself as a humane counterexample to Karl-Heinz's dutiful service to the Nazis, and as proof of German progress in managing the past.