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  Nazi Euthanasia
Code named "Aktion T 4," the Nazi euthanasia program to eliminate "life unworthy of life" at first focused on newborns and very young children.
The Nazi euthanasia program quickly expanded to include older disabled children and adults.
The Nazis retaliated against the Bishop by beheading three parish priests who had distributed his sermon, but left the Bishop unharmed to avoid making him into a martyr.
www.historyplace.com /worldwar2/holocaust/h-euthanasia.htm   (627 words)

  Nazi - Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia
The Nazi was a steam-powered machine that converted molten literature into laser rabbits.
Schwarzenegger intended to use the Nazi-produced rabbits to simply impress the US government by hosting a farm show that was run at the same time as progressive rock music that was popular at the time.
This proves that the nazis were indeed a Party and not a extremist organization.
uncyclopedia.org /wiki/Nazi   (872 words)

  Nazism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-04)
The Nazi rationale was heavily invested in the militarist belief that great nations grow from military power, which in turn grows "naturally" from "rational, civilized cultures." Hitler's calls appealed to disgruntled German Nationalists, eager to save face for the failure of World War I, and to salvage the militaristic nationalist mindset of that previous era.
Nazi mysticism is a term used to describe a philosophical undercurrent of Nazism; it denotes the combination of Nazism with occultism, esotericism, cryptohistory, and/or the paranormal.
The Nazi's incorporation of socialistic principles appealed to those disaffected with capitalism while presenting a political and economic model that divested "Soviet socialism" of elements which were dangerous to capitalism, such as the concept of class struggle, "the dictatorship of the proletariat" or worker control of the means of production.
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/N/Nazism.htm   (4468 words)

 Nazi Medicine and Public Health Policy
Nazi Germany also pioneered what we now call experimental epidemiology: two striking papers -- a 1939 article by Franz H. Müller of Cologne, and a 1943 paper by Eberhard Schairer and Erich Schöniger of Jena -- presented the most convincing demonstrations up to that time that cigarettes were a major cause of lung cancer.
The Nazi state was supposed to be a hygienic state; Nazism was supposed to be "applied biology" (Fritz Lenz coined this phrase in 1931).
Nazi legal philosophy tended to blur the distinction between insanity and criminality, but it is a distinction we must keep clear.
www.adl.org /Braun/dim_14_1_nazi_med.asp   (3820 words)

 1999 Holocaust Remembrance Project
Nazi Germans and the doctors involved rationalized their actions as the best thing for humanity, "specifically the Aryan race." But the world has judged their actions to be sadistic and murderous.
Nazi mass killings removed a barrier and crossed a boundary in the doctors' perception of using medical experiments for research.
According to Nazi ideology, Jews were agents of "racial pollution" and "racial tuberculosis," as well as parasites and bacteria causing sickness, deterioration, and death in the host peoples they infested.
holocaust.hklaw.com /essays/1999/993.htm   (1753 words)

 National Socialism. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
Nazi ideology drew on the racist doctrines of the comte de Gobineau and Houston Stewart Chamberlain, on the nationalism of Heinrich von Treitschke, and on the hero-cult of Friedrich Nietzsche, often transforming the ideas of these thinkers.
Nazi dogma, partly articulated by Hitler in Mein Kampf, was elaborated by the fanatical Alfred Rosenberg.
Strength and discipline were deified by the Nazis, and democracy was spurned as a depraved form of government that protected the weak and mediocre.
www.bartleby.com /65/na/NatlSoci.html   (1193 words)

 Nazi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The term Nazi typically refers to someone who affiliates oneself with or is perceived to be affiliated with the ideology of the former National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, commonly called NSDAP or the Nazi Party).
In pop culture, the term nazi (lowercase "n") can also be coupled with another word to imply overzealousness, aggression or hostility -- negative qualities often associated with the Nazi Party.
The plot centered around a soup stand vendor who dispenses his wares in a harsh manner, thus becoming the titular "Soup Nazi." Such usage of the term is often humorous, although it can also be a pejorative.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Nazi   (204 words)

 Nazism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-04)
Nazi opinions, an extension of various philosophies, came together at a critical time for Germany; the nation had not only lost World War I in 1918, but had also been forced to sign the Treaty of Versailles, an intentionally devastating capitulation, and was in the midst of a period of great economic depression and instability.
The Nazi relationship between the Volk and the state was called the Volksgemeinschaft ("people's community"), a late 19th or early 20th century neologism that defined a communal duty of citizens in service to the Reich (opposed to a simple "society").
Nazi mysticism is a term used to describe a philosophical undercurrent of Nazism that denotes the combination of Nazism with occultism, esotericism, cryptohistory, and/or the paranormal.
www.tocatch.info /en/Nazism.htm   (7923 words)

 Nazi Fascism and the Modern Totalitarian State
The government of Nazi Germany was a fascist, totalitarian state.
Fascism is a form of right-wing totalitarianism which emphasizes the subordination of the individual to advance the interests of the state.
Nazi fascism's ideology included a racial theory which denigrated "non-Aryans," extreme nationalism which called for the unification of all German-speaking peoples, the use of private paramilitary organizations to stifle dissent and terrorize opposition, and the centralization of decision-making by, and loyalty to, a single leader.
www.remember.org /guide/Facts.root.nazi.html   (2220 words)

In fact, doctors in the camps made selections at the moment people arrived at the camps, separating those who were to die to those who were to be allowed to live a while to labor in the camp.
Later, using a U.S. model, he is the architect of Nazi Germany's sterilization law, and is supported in his work by a large grant from the Rockefeller Foundation.
Nazi psychiatrist Herman Pfanmuller (a Sturmbannfuehrer (major) in the SS) develops a method of starving infants to death slowly, rather than killing them with medication.
www.geocities.com /savepenry/nazi.html   (7730 words)

 Adolf Hitler and Nazi Biographies
After the defeat of the Nazi Empire, the apprehended henchmen and collaborators were brought to trial in Nuremberg.
Voluminous evidence was presented to prove the plotting of aggressive warfare, the extermination of civilian populations, especially the Jews, the widespread use of slave labor, the looting of occupied countries, and the maltreatment and murder of prisoners of war.
Ten Nazi leaders were hanged in November 1946 - Hermann Goering, the one-time Number Two man in the Nazi hierarchy, cheated the gallows of Allied justice by committing suicide in his prison cell shortly before the ten other condemned Nazis were hanged.
www.auschwitz.dk /id4.htm   (273 words)

 Nazi Propaganda (1933-1945)
The 1936 Nazi farmers rally: Agriculture for the Nazi cause.
Ceremonies for the youth: Nazi rites of passage from 1939.
Nazi commemoration of the war dead: A sample speech from 1944.
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/ww2era.htm   (2341 words)

 Nazi photos
Nazi Vice-Chancellor Franz von Papen sits at the left, Pacelli in the middle, and the Rudolf Buttmann sits at the right.
Nazi Christian soldiers died as Protestants and Catholics and their grave markers testified to their religion.
, a Nazi sympathizer, and a candidate of Hitler, was elected to the position of Reich Bishop in 1933 as Hitler attempted to unite regional Protestant churches under Nazi control.
www.nobeliefs.com /nazis.htm   (1632 words)

 Online Etymology Dictionary
The 24th edition of Etymologisches Wörterbuch der deutschen Sprache (2002) says the word Nazi was favored in southern Germany (supposedly from c.1924) among opponents of National Socialism because the nickname Nazi (from the masc.
The NSDAP for a time attempted to adopt the Nazi designation as what the Germans call a "despite-word," but they gave this up, and the NSDAP is said to have generally avoided the term.
It came to be applied, however, to the speakers of this group of languages (1851), on the presumption that a race corresponded to the language, especially in racist writings of French diplomat and man of letters J.A. de Gobineau (1816—82), e.g.
www.etymonline.com /index.php?search=nazi   (1278 words)

 Holocaust Timeline: The Rise of the Nazi Party
Few would have thought that the Nazi Party, starting as a gang of unemployed soldiers in 1919, would become the legal government of Germany by 1933.
The Nazi Party seemed doomed to fail and its leaders, including Hitler, were subsequently jailed and charged with high treason.
After Hitler was released from prison, he formally resurrected the Nazi Party.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /holocaust/timeline/nazirise.htm   (1158 words)

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A "60 Minutes" television expose in May of 82 disclosed how the U.S. aided Nazis to escape prosecution for their war crimes, but it didn't devulge the devious purpose, which was to employ these Nazis in U.S. anti-Communist activities after the war.
Of those Nazis who were recruited to work for the U.S. Operation Paperclip brought 118 German scientists here to work on missile research, including Wernher von Braun and Arthur Rudolph, both of whom had directed research on V-2 rockets in Germany.
Arthur Rudolph, who joined the Nazi Party in 1931, before Hitler even came to power was Director of the Mittelwerk subterranian rocket factory, also called "Danete's Inferno," with good reason, and was there from 1943 to 1945 where 52,000 prisoners turned out 6,000 V-2 rockets.
www.etext.org /Politics/P_News/our.nazis   (651 words)

The difficulty of objectively analyzing the use of Nazi data was further complicated by the use of the amorphous term, "data." "Data" is merely an impersonal recordation of words and numbers.
May this disclaimer serve as a personal guarantee that the purpose of presenting the Nazi data for consideration was not to dilute nor detract from the enormous and unspeakable suffering of those who perished in, and survived from the death camps.
Pozos' plan to republish the Nazi data in the New England Journal of Medicine was flatly vetoed by the Journal's editor, Doctor Arnold Relman.15 Relman's refusal to publish Nazi data along with Pozos' comments was understandable given the source of the Nazi data and the way it was obtained.
www.hawaii.edu /religion/nazi.htm   (3732 words)

 FrontPage magazine.com :: The Nazi Background of Saddam Hussein by Chuck Morse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-04)
Operating behind the scenes in Baghdad at the time, and arranging for Nazi weapons and assistance was the notorious pro-Nazi Haj Amin al-Husseini the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem.
Kharaillah Tulfah, participant in the 1941 pro-Nazi coup and an advocate of a pan-Islamic Nazi alliance along with the Mufti, raised and educated his nephew Saddam Hussein from age 10.
His regime is the Nazi principle manifested today in all its horror and inherent evil and like the Nazi's before him, he must be utterly crushed if there is to be any peace.
www.frontpagemag.com /Articles/ReadArticle.asp?ID=6184   (556 words)

 Arafat, the Nazi
Nazi ally, Hajj Amin Al Husseini, is Arafat's "hero"
He was a strong proponent of the Nazi program for mass murder of the Jews.
The Nazi mufti visited numerous death camps and encouraged Hitler to extend the "Final Solution" to the Jews of North Africa and Palestine.
www.cdn-friends-icej.ca /isreport/aug02/arafatnazi2.html   (645 words)

 Nazi Germany   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-04)
The Nazi Party was one of the many right-wing parties formed by the die-hard reactionaries who supported the Kaiser's rule but hated the democratic Republic.
The Nazi government aimed to abolish the Treaty of Versailles, bring about the union of all Germans in a single German state (the Grossdeutschland) and, in order to provide for additional living space for the nourishment of the future generations ('Lebensraum'), Hitler proposed to conquer eastern Europe.
In 1937, resenting the Nazi interference with the Catholic control of education and the youth movement, the Pope issued the encyclical known as "With Burning Sorrow" condemning the Nazi doctrine of state and racial superiority.
www.thecorner.org /hists/total/n-german.htm   (5771 words)

 The NAZI Mind-set in America
Hayek argued that despite the war against Nazi Germany, the economic philosophy of the Nazis and communists was becoming the guiding light for American and British policy makers.
For the communists, it was the class struggle and obedience to the Party and Comrade Stalin; for the fascists, it was worship of the nation-state and obedience to the Duce; for the Nazis it was race purity and obedience to the Fuhrer.
Because, he argues, the Nazi government, unlike the US government, killed six million people in concentration camps; and this mass murder of millions of people, rather than economic philosophy, captures the true essence of the Nazi label.
www.bigeye.com /amernazi.htm   (1461 words)

 Nazi & Soviet Art
While the Nazi and Soviet political movements were undoubtedly among the most vile developments of the 20th century, they inspired works of art which have the ability to expose some of the best and worst that art can achieve.
Their goal was to associate the ideals of health, family, motherhood, and so on with the land ("blood and soil") rather than some kind of rational evaluation of the situation which of course wouldn't have favored either the Nazis or the Communists.
Their use of "folk art" styles involved a certain sort of cynical "talking down" to the people they considered to be "poor dumb peasants" who were unaware of their class interests and had to be "fixed" by exposure to crude and blunt messages like this.
www.goodart.org /artofnz.htm   (1218 words)

 Nazi Party --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Sneering at the liberal generalities of the various bourgeois parties and hating the Communists, Hitler shouted accusations against the Jews and cried out to the Germans to form an all-powerful national state.
Brief biographical sketch of this leader of the National Socialist (Nazi) Party and dictator of Germany from 1933 to 1945.
Chronology of Nazi atrocities during the years 1933 to 1940, supplemented with photographs.
www.britannica.com /eb/article-9055111   (748 words)

 Nazi: Adolf Hitler -   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-09-04)
The executive committee of the Nazi Party eventually backed down and Hitler's demands were put to a vote of party members.
In the September 1930 elections the Nazis suddenly rose from relative obscurity to win 18.3% of the vote along with 107 seats in the Reichstag, becoming the second largest party in Germany.
Since the Nazis and the communists now together controlled a majority of the Reichstag, the formation of a stable government of mainstream parties was impossible.
www.aljazeera.com /me.asp?service_ID=10284   (2608 words)

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