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A form of socialism featuring racism and expansionism and obedience to a strong leader. Nazism under Hitler Origin of Nazism... Nazism originated in WW1. Nazism was a new and brutal type of totalitarian socialism with roots in 19th and early 20th century movements. After the death of his mom, Hitler started to dabble in politics and became especially influenced by pan-Germanism (spreading of the German race). They adopted the idea of an Aryan Jesus, one whom a Nazi could identify with and worship. In order to do so, they had to remove the historical Jesus from His Jewish roots. They said that Jesus was an Aryan, not Jewish. They believed Jesus' struggle against the Jews became an epic battle against an eternal foe that killed him. His resurrection, demonstrated the final victory of the Aryan race over the Jews. They believed that Jesus was the "beloved of the German soldiers." The Aryan Jesus Hitler loaned money to women. Their debt would decrease depending on how many children they had. The birth of one child meant that 25% of the loan did not have to be paid back. Two children meant that 50% of the loan need not be paid back. Four children meant that the entire loan was cleared. The point of this was to have as many children as possible. When Hitler was fourteen his father died and it was then that he began to show signs of the vicious burning hate he would display in later life. When he was only nineteen he left home for Vienna. He wanted to be a painter and even tried to be admitted to an art school but he was refused. It was during his years in Vienna that he picked up an intense hatred for Jews and according to him, is where he formed all of his Supreme Race theories. Totalitarian Socialism: a political system in which the state holds total authority over the society and seeks to control all aspects of public and private life whenever necessary World War 2 In 1939 World War 2 began. Adolf Hitler was dictator of Germany from 1934 to 1945. He was at the center of Nazi Germany, World War II in Europe, and the Holocaust. (Nazism) Hitler heard the news of the end of the war and of Germany's defeat. His anger and feelings of betrayal shaped his and the world's future... Nazi Ideas and Beliefs During the war...
(5 September 1935) Moved by the understanding that the purity of German blood is essential to the further existence of the German people, and inspired by the uncompromising determination to safeguard the future of the German nation, the Reichstag has unanimously resolved upon the following law, which is promulgated herewith:
Marriages between Jews and citizens (Germans) of German or kindred blood are forbidden. Marriages concluded in defiance of this law are void, even if, for the purpose of evading this law, they were concluded abroad.
Proceedings for annulment may be initiated only by the Public Prosecutor.
Extramarital sexual intercourse between Jews and subjects of the state of Germany or related blood is forbidden.
(This concept was unofficially termed Rassenschande - 'defilement of blood'. Supplementary decrees set Nazi definitions of racial Germans, Jews, and half-breeds or Mischlinge --- see the latter entry for details and citations and Mischling Test for how such decrees were applied. Jews could not vote or hold public office under the parallel "citizenship" law.)
Jews will not be permitted to employ female citizens under the age of 45, of German or kindred blood, as domestic workers.
Jews are forbidden to display the Reich (German Empires) and national flag or the national colours.
On the other hand they are permitted to display the Jewish colours. The exercise of this right is protected by the State.
A person who acts contrary to the prohibition of Section 1 will be punished with hard labour.
A person who acts contrary to the prohibition of Section 2 will be punished with imprisonment or with hard labour.
A person who acts contrary to the provisions of Sections 3 or 4 will be punished with imprisonment up to a year and with a fine, or with one of these penalties.
The Reich Minister of the Interior in agreement with the Deputy Führer and the Reich Minister of Justice will issue the legal and administrative regulations required for the enforcement and supplementing of this law.
The law will become effective on the day after its promulgation; Section 3, however, not until 1 January 1936. The Nuremburg Laws
National Socialist Program
(Especially anti-Semitism, which eventually culminated in the Holocaust.)
The creation of a Herrenrasse (Master Race= by the Lebensborn (Fountain of Life; A department in the Third Reich)
(Belief in the superiority of the White, Germanic, Aryan or Nordic races.)
Euthanasia and Eugenics with respect to "Racial Hygiene"
Anti-Marxism, Anti-Communism, Anti-Bolshevism
The rejection of democracy, with as a consequence the ending the existence of political parties, labour unions, and free press.
Führerprinzip (Leader Principle) /belief in the leader (Responsibility up the ranks, and authority down the ranks.)
Strong show of local culture.
Defense of Blood and Soil (German: "Blut und Boden" - represented by the red and black colors in the Nazi flag)
"Lebensraumpolitik", "Lebensraum im Osten" (The creation of more living space for Germans)
Related to Fascism Key elements of the Nazi ideology http://www.nazism.net/about/nazi_ideology/ http://www.ushmm.org/wlc/en/article.php?ModuleId=10007457 Sources: Some Questions I Had... Reflection: When I learned about the Holocaust and Nazi Ideology, I couldn't believe how people could acctually do this, how they could kill millions of inocent people, millions too many. Why?
What would have happened to Hitler if he hadn't committed suicide?
Who exactly came up with the idea of Nazism? Who "Planted the seed" of Nazism.