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Nazi Fascism and the Modern Totalitarian State

The government of Nazi Germany was fascist, totalitarian state. Totalitarian regimes, in contrast to dictatorship, establish complete political, social, and cultural control over their subjects, and are usually headed by a charismatic leader. Fascism is a
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alex johnson

on 26 April 2010

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Transcript of Nazi Fascism and the Modern Totalitarian State

Totalitarianism vs. Dictatorship
The Philosphy of Fascim
Fascist Ideology Nazism Paramilitary
Organizations
Totalitarian Regime
vs. vs. Subordination of the
individual to a totalitarian state. Violence as a
creative force George Sorel A leader has complete social, political,
and cultural control over a region. A leader seekes total
political control only. The Totalitarian
fascist ideology
that refers
specifically to
Nazi Germany. These organizations were
use to maintain control
within the party. Most fascits leaders used the ideas of others to justify thier policies and actions. Nazi Fascism and the Modern Totalitarian State Nazi Fascism and the Modern Totalitarian State Friedrich Nietzche Fascism Elimination of Class struggle Expansionalism and Militarism Giovanni Gentile
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