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Nazism

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National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus), more commonly known as Nazism is the ..... did Nazi ideologues Alfred Rosenberg and Paul Schultze- Naumburg; both of ...... the Nazis and Hitler in p...

What were Hitler's ideas? - Key Stage 3 - The Holocaust Explained

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He believed that no non-Germans should have any say in Germany. He did not believe that Jews could be Germans. Hitler believed that communism was a ...

BBC - GCSE Bitesize - Nazi beliefs

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The Nazis appeared to offer a better future and something for everyone which gave them widespread appeal. ... The Nazis did not appeal to: working men who  ...

What did Hitler Believe? - European History - About.com

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This is important, because the sheer destructive magnitude of his Reich needs to be understood, and the nature of Nazi Germany meant that, if Hitler wasn't ...

How did the Nazis construct an Aryan identity? | South African ...

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Jul 27, 2011 ... To control every part of every German's life, the Nazi Party had to persuade people to believe that Hitler had the answers to all their problems.

Nazi Racism - United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

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The Nazis used public displays to spread their ideas of race. The chart shown here is titled "The Biology of Growth," and is labeled "Stages of Growth for ...

Hitler and Nazis

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Who did the Nazis define as Jews? Immediately following the Nuremberg Laws in 1935, the Nazis issued the official definition of a Jew. According to German ...

Anne Frank House - Teachers' Portal - Pupils' questions: Why did ...

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An important term to mention here is 'scapegoat'. Hitler and the Nazis said the Jews were responsible for huge events like losing World War One and the ...

Holocaust | The Nazi Regime - Projet ALADIN

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Why did the Germans support the Nazi Party ... Following the meteoric rise of the Nazi Party, Hitler was appointed as chancellor of Germany on January 30, 1933 ...

Holocaust | Nazi motives for genocide - Projet ALADIN

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W hy did the Nazis end up killing six million Jews? This question is difficult to answer. Some historians believe that the Nazis had planned the extermination of  ...

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The Nazi hatred of the Jews > Professor David Cesarani ...

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LAURENCE REES: Why did the Nazis hate the Jews so much? ... what separated Nazi anti-Semitism from other anti-Semitism is the Nazis did not believe that all ...

What Did the Nazis Believe About the German Race? | Education ...

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The German military aggression that helped spark World War II was driven largely by what has become known as the Nazi ideology. A key message from Nazi ...

Victims of the Nazi Era: Nazi Racial Ideology

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In formulating their ideology of race, Hitler and the Nazis drew upon the ideas ... the Nazi regime or some aspect of their behavior did not fit Nazi perceptions of ...