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"Nazi" is short for Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers' Party). The nickname is based on the first two syllables (as pronounced in German) and was already current in 1923 in Bavaria.
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The National Socialist russian Worker's Party is what it means. In German it's Natoi Anol Zambarwe Izec Deutsche Arbeiterpartei . You'll see why it was shortened …to Nazi by listening to how it is said in German; the first 4 letters sound like Nazi. you see me and now you dont i love zombies of call of duty black ops in reminds me of the time i licked chese of the case
Answer The term Nazi is derived from the first two syllables of the official name of the German Nazi Party, the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei.
The acronym of the party was NSDAP - National Socialist Deutch Arbeiter Partei - National Socialist German Workers Party. A newspaper first rendered this as Nazi. In Bavaria, …a part of southern Germany where the party was started in the largest Bavarian city, Munich, "nazi"was the dimunitive, or nickname, for the name Ignace (Ignatz), and "nazi" also meant "buddy" or "pal". So, this new party was the Nazis, your pals.
SS stands for "Schutzstaffel" (English Translation: "Protective Echelon")
Answer National Socialist German Workers Party.
Nationale Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter Partei /National Socialist German Workers Party
Before the Nazis, the swastika used to be used for thousands of yeas to symbolize luck, sun, power, strength, and good luck. However, when Hitler came to power, it was given …a whole new meaning in the eyes of the world. It now stood for violence, hate, antisemitism, death, and murder. In most recent years it has been debated over the real meaning if the swastika, for there are still many religions and cultures using the symbol with its old meaning. However, people are still arguing over this, and it has still not been determined.
They made them wear the star of David on their clothing. They also marked Jewish businesses the same with paint.
Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers Party)
Nation Socialist German Workers Party
I don't believe the Flag stands for hate. It is just heritage of a people in Germany. It is just like the Confederate flag to Southerners in America. Answer #2 The Nazis liv…ed by a philosophy of hate, and the swastika flag was the symbol of Nazi party. The swastika was origionally a religious symbol representing peace (origionated from India). However the Nazis got hold of the design and mutalated it in to something offensive. Although many find it offensive at heart its actually a religious symbol so its down to personal opinion.
It means in Danish "had handling helt" which means "Hate Action Hero" in english i am quite confident about my answer but i could be wrong
strawberries and unicorns what the hell do you think it stands for
Their ideas were clearly set forth in the " 25 Point Programme " before the party came to power. It obviously describes the supposed inferiority of Jews. Other ideas such as …the unification of all German-speaking countries are included, as well as political / governmental preferences.
National Socialism: the Nazis were extreme nationalists who were loyalty to their country. They wanted racial purity, equality and state control of the economy…. Hitler wanted to nationalize large industries and businesses. Although his party was named the National Socialist German Worker's Party (NSDAP), they were not quite socialist. They named themselves this way in order to attract the middle class' attention, without having to make any policy to support this. However, they wanted to provide provisions for old age pensioners. The abolition of the Treaty of Versailles: Hitler had been a solider during the First World War. When the Weimar politicians agreed to sign the Treaty of Versailles, he was angry with them and with it. He thought that this treaty would ruin Germany. Almost every German was appalled when the treaty was signed. Hitler promised people that when he came to power he would abolish the terms of the Treaty. Racism: Only 'true' Germans to be allowed to live in Germany. Hitler believed that the Aryans (white Europeans) were the leader race. Therefore, he considered all the other races inferior. He particularly disliked Jews
It's not a Nazi term! Herr - Mister Heer - army