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Synonyms for Nazism

a form of socialism featuring racism and expansionism and obedience to a strong leader

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The pro-German Right, on the other hand, attracted populist nationalists and anti-Semites, men and women who embraced National Socialism in general and German National Socialism in particular.
While their bible may be the Qur'an and not Mein Kampf the worldview driving the radical Muslim fundamentalists has striking analogies with German National Socialism.
During the Cold War the United States dropped its historic support for national self-determination, partly from a sense that German National Socialism, Italian fascism, and Japanese imperialism had discredited nationalism, but mainly out of a fear of instability, that might be exploited by the communist bloc.
Catrell is described as "an early supporter of German national socialism .
Wealthy American eugenicist racists created the Fund in the 1930s, as Stefan Kuhl recounts in The Nazi Connection: Eugenics, American Racism, and German National Socialism, to "'improve the character of the American people' by encouraging the procreation of descendants of `white persons who settled the original thirteen colonies prior to the adoption of the constitution.
Finaldi explains how the geopolitical quagmire of World War I contributed to the perversion of what had been a civilized state, how the war in Ethiopia affected public opinion, and how Italian fascism and German national socialism complemented each other.
and Joseph Mayer," Journal of Church and State 34 (Summer 1992) 575-600; Stefan Kuehl, The Nazi Connection: Eugenics, American Racism and German National Socialism (New York: Oxford University, 1994).
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