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Synonyms for Nazi

a German member of Adolf Hitler's political party

derogatory term for a person who is fanatically dedicated to, or seeks to control, some activity, practice, etc

relating to a form of socialism

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The Hannoversche Allgemeine Zeitung daily was the first to report the availability of Nazi anthems on iTunes and Internet retailer Amazon.
I don't agree with what the Nazis did and the Holocaust was appalling.
Reflecting the scholarly reappraisal of Nazi anti-Semitism during the last two decades, Jeffrey Herf has arrived at the opposite conclusion and further modified intentionalist approaches.
Some tweets urged players to buy the game if just out of spite for Nazi sympathizers: "Do it just to piss the local point-headed neo-Nazis off.
The American news agency claimed that it assisted the six photographers, whom the Nazis claimed were Jewish, to escape Nazi Germany and that all survived the Holocaust.
The Law in Nazi Germany: Ideology, Opportunism, and the Perversion of Justice, edited by Alan E.
The following day Aston Villa faced a German X1 and received the same Foreign Office advice to placate Hitler and his cohorts but to the enormous chagrin of the Foreign Office, the Nazi party and government-controlled Nazi media, Jimmy Hogan's boys in claret and blue refused and just to rub it in won the game 3-2.
New Images of Nazi Germany: A Photographic Collection, compiled and with captions by Paul Garson, McFarland, 496 pages, $55.
The disturbing findings were contained in a poll conducted for the Vienna newspaper, "Der Standard" in advance of Tuesday's 75th anniversary of Austria's Nazi annexation - a date which still counts as one of the most shameful and controversial in the country's history, reports The Independent.
The Nazis and their helpers also altered their ideas of racial hierarchy by flattering the Arabs and Iranians to include them in their circle of favored races.
You may have never heard of him, but he's been displaying the Nazi symbol, the swastika, on his property, and it is clearly visible from the state highway.
During that period, six Nazis were convicted in Italy.
What new to say about the Nazis is a problem besetting all modern European historians.
Nazis and the Cinema Susan Tegel Hambledon Continuum 324pp 30 [pounds sterling] ISBN 1 84725 000 9
Our article was headed "The Nazis were so amazing" and claimed that Mr Ferry had been "singing the praises of the Nazis".