Results for: Nazism

In Holocaust

What is Nazism?

Actually, Nazi is just an acronym for the National Socialist Party, as it is in German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei. The term had no negative connotations i ( Full Answer )
In Germany in WW2

Who started nazism?

The Nazi Party was started at the end of World War I. It was originally a small group of small business owners and ex-soldiers in Munich, Germany who shared far right-wing and ( Full Answer )
In History of Germany

How did Nazism start?

The party was founded in January 1919 as the DAP. It was established as a hardline right wing nationalist party as a reaction against the Munich Soviet. Initially, it was only ( Full Answer )
In World War 1

What are the characteristics of nazism?

Characteristics of Nazism include totalitarianism, anti-communism,patriotism, statism, and collectivism. Nazism is based on ethnic,racial, cultural, and religious attributes.
In Political Theory

What were the Principles of nazism?

1) The ideology of hitler is known as nazism . 2) His autobiography, the "Mein kampf" ( my struggle) shows clearly the principle of nazism . 3) The principle of nazism we ( Full Answer )
In World War 2

What are the beliefs of Nazism?

This is actually quite a complicated question. Nazi-ism is difficult to define because the Nazis and Hitler himself were a party of oppertunism. The goal of the Nazis wa ( Full Answer )
In Germany in WW2

What was the nature of Nazism?

extreme nationalism. imperialism/militarism. anti democracy. anti communism. pro dictatorship. role of women. role of education. paramilitary organisations. propaganda.
In Germany in WW2

Was Nazism a religion?

No Nazism wasn't really a religion. It's actually a political Party made a couple years before WWI and died shortly after. When Adolf Hitler revived Nazism and 2 years before ( Full Answer )
In Germany in WW2

How did Nazism occur?

A great people, at the focus of history for centuries (the Germans) find themselves humbled, bled dry for reparations, and with few prospects for employment or national dignit ( Full Answer )
In History, Politics & Society

Who is the opposite of Nazism?

Nazism is a particular name for the type of fascism that existed in Germany, as a governing force from 1933 to 1945. Fascist regimes take many forms, the fascism of Mussolini' ( Full Answer )