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inspire him to create this politically motivated book. A totalitarian world where one person rules and declares what is a crime and what is not, is something many people would have been scared of a lot. The totalitarianism in 1984 is very similar to the Nazism that was occurring in Germany with Hitler. This could have been the key thing that motivated George Orwell to write 1984. Nazi Germany used propaganda and censorship to control what people saw, heard, and read. Hitler appointed Joseph Goebbels...

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Fascism/Nazism Study Guide

Fascism & Nazism * Brutality, suffering made clear chemical warfare * Loss of faith look for fascism & Nazism * Turn to science to make life better * Malthus – “perfectibility of man” scarcity of resources * Smith – Leave human nature Why does WWI cast reason in doubt? * Corruption: Why are we fighting? * 10 million dead, 21 million hurt leads to loss of demand (consumers) * War is expensive, international debt in Europe * Infrastructure, factories destroyed ...

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Factors of the Rise of Nazism

Kate Miller CHIST 3315: Nazi Germany and the Holocaust Professor Marjorie Wechsler October 15 2012 Many factors contributed to the origins and rise of Nazism and the ability of the party to consolidate its power once it was in office. These span from the political happenings which were present in Germany at the time to the more psychological factors which affected the people of Germany. It is impossible to pinpoint exactly one factor which caused the rise of the Nazi party, instead a variety...

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Growth of Nazism in Post-War Germany

[pic] [pic] [pic] [pic] [pic] [pic] [pic] [pic] Buechler 1 GROWTH OF NAZISM IN POST-WAR GERMANY            After the bombings and imprisonment of  World War I, a new world of hate was experienced by the German race toward not only the French but also the Jews. After electing a new leader named Adolf Hitler, the Germans were introduced to a new political party, which some have looked upon as a religion, called Nazism. Hitler and the Nazis used "props, banners, preachings, prayer responses...

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The Rise of Hitler and Nazism in Germany

There are many reasons people say as to why the nazi party was created and what some of the causes were. Throughout the duration of my paper I am going to explain and discuss some of the major topics that could have led to the rise of Nazism in Germany, such as the treaty of Versailles and some of the restrictions that were put on Germany, the loss of the war, and the Weimar Republic. These are just some of the reasons that are going to be looked at and discussed. Germany's beating in World War...

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Nazism: Nazi Germany and Adolf Hitler

Nazism – the dominant force in Germany In the 1930's, Nazism became the dominant force in Germany. Adolf Hitler fought for Germany during World War One. Afterwards he became the instrumental piece in the formation and growth of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP/ Nazi Party).With help and taking advantage from various key factors, Hitler and the NSDAP rose into power. He expressed his hatred towards the defeat of World War One, and played on grievances from the Great Depression...

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Nazism

Gestapo was the secret state police which investigated any opposition.’ ‘The Gestapo could arrest citizens on suspicion and send them to concentration camps without trial or explanation.’ ‘The SS’s prime responsibility was to destroy opposition to Nazism.’ ‘The SS’s role was to carry out the racial policies of the Nazis.’ ‘The SS’s Death’s Head units were responsible for the concentration camps and the slaughter of the Jews.’ ‘The Waffen-SS were special armoured regiments which fought alongside...

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Neo Nazism Deviant Subculter

races (wiki). Further, Neo-Nazism is used to refer to any social or political movement seeking to revive Nazism or a form of fascism, which postdates the Second World War. There are many groups which fall under either one category or the other, and all fall under the broader category of racist groups. There are many different Neo-Nazi organizations that have been established throughout America and the world. Many of these groups avoid using the word neo-nazi or neo-nazism in an attempt to appeal...

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Rise and Fall of Nazism and Napoleon

Hitler and Napoleon are arguably two of the most influential and powerful leaders in the history of mankind. They both had their times of glory, but both also had a very ugly side. At the end of this essay, I will compare and contrast the two, but before I can do that, we need to have a little background on them. In late 1793, Napoleon drove British forces out of the French port of Toulon, and went on to win many dazzling victories, defeating the Austrians. With each military victory, he became...

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Ultranationalism: Nazism and Black Sudanese People

Vishal Aheer Social 20-1 Mr. Ozcan Ultranationalism is a form of nationalism that often leads to conflicts within a state and can lead to travesties and devastation. Genocide, war, racial discrimination, cultural assimilation and death of innocent humans are common attributes associated with ultra nationalism. In extreme cases ultra nationalism leads to fascism, which in turn leaves no political opposition. The given source may be an example of fascism as it states, “subjugate those...

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