What Did the Nazis Believe?

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The Nazis were both nationalist who believed in Germany’s greatness and socialist. They believed the state should benefit everybody equally.
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The Nazis believed that the German nation needed to expand and get more living space, or 'lebensraum', and that the Versailles Treaty put in place after the First World War should be abolished so as to allow German people to be united. They also believed that Germany should be under the rule of one 'Fuhrer' who would have complete power over the nation. The Nazis also believed that Communists and Jews were subhuman and a danger to Aryan Germany, and had to be eradicated.
Nazi’s believed that the white man (blonde hair and blue eyes) is the strongest race in the world and that other races are inferior and therefore should be destroyed. They believed that the Jews were responsible for the decline in German economy.
The Nazis that Germany should be economically self-sufficient, that there was need for space for the nation to grow and there should be a single leader with complete power instead of democracy. They also believed firmly that Germany was in danger from Jews and communists.
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