Nazism


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Nazism:

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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Nazism

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Many studies have viewed the rise of Nazism as the culmination of an inevitable process rooted in many years of German history dating back to the time of Martin Luther.
Burke is clearly equating the evils of Nazism with the evils of abortion in the United States.
For more than 50 years one has understood Nazism is dead.
As Ireland became an independent state, it chose to brush from official memory the men who fought the scourge of Hitler's Nazism.
It is more than 50 years since the war ended but many people don't know the role this place played in defeating Nazism.
Yet, as the title of this book suggests, he takes on a corollary and equally demanding project: to make evident, in the manner that Victor Farias also tried to show in Heidegger and Nazism (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1989), the relationship among Kriegsideologie, Heidegger's thought, and his support of Nazism (and even of the Fuhrer).
Nazism and fascism, though they differed in fundamental ways, were more beguiling.
Originating in theories of race superiority and fueled by the eugenics movement in the early decades of the last century, racial research lost popularity as its true purpose was better understood, and as its association with Nazism and other racist ideologies was exposed.
Also included is an appendix with a guide to topics such as the death penalty, forgiveness, globalisation, war, peace, Muslims, imperialism, poverty, nationalism and Nazism.
I have not read Young's earlier Heidegger, Philosophy, Nazism but I now hope to do so.
Not a bit of it--it had prospered chiefly in Germany, where it fell first under the baleful influence of Nazism, and then, after World War II, ironically, it was considered in Germany suspiciously nationalistic, as German dance moved towards the more culturally neutral ground of classic ballet.
Everyone knows about Pius XII's cowardly refusal to condemn the Nazis, but Wills also recounts in detail the story of Pius XI's last-minute attempt to produce an encyclical on the horrors of Nazism, Humani Generis Unitas.