What is national socialism?
What are the differences between Communism and National Socialism?
The main difference is that Communism is far left-wing and National Socialism is far right-wing. Communism is about ultimately giving power to the people and dismantling the state, whereas National Socialism is, first and foremost, about the right of the state, which then rewards the good citizens. Socialism, on the other hand, had more in common with National Socialism, at least at one time. The term 'National Socialism' was coined by Maurice Barres, who tried to marry the anti-semitism of the right and the Socialism, Nationalism and Republicanism of the left. The German Nazi Party, or the NSDAP, originally prescribed to these ideas, but they were quickly dropped in the 20's.
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What has the author Baldur von Schirach written?
Baldur von Schirach has written: 'Ich glaubte an Hitler' -- subject(s): Politics and government, National socialism, History 'Blut und Ehre' -- subject(s): War songs 'Revolution der Erziehung' -- subject(s): German National socialism, National socialism, National socialism, German, Youth 'Die fahne der verfolgten' 'Die Hitler-Jugend' -- subject(s): Germany, History, Hitler-Jugend, National socialism and youth, Politics and government