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  National Socialism - MSN Encarta
The movement culminated in the establishment of the Third Reich, the totalitarian German state led by the dictator Adolf Hitler from 1933 to 1945.
To the German financier Hjalmar Schacht fell the task of formulating and carrying out much economic and banking policy, and the German architect and party leader Albert Speer was a major figure in overseeing the economy just before the end of World War II (1939-1945).
The immediate origins of National Socialism are to be found in the consequences of the German defeat in World War I (1914-1918).
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761560927/National_Socialism.html   (585 words)

  
  Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Nazism
In 1933, with the rise of Nazism, he went to the USA and became conductor of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
Nazism was not a Christian phenomenon, said the...
Commission adopts eight resolutions on economic, social, cultural rights, as well as text condemning neo-nazism; Extends mandates of Special Rapporteur on illicit dumping, independent expert on extreme poverty; Recommends consideration of thematic procedure on cultural rights.
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  Nazism
Nazism' or Hitlerism or National Socialism (German Nationalsozialismus) is the totalitarian ideology of the dictatorship which ruled Germany from 1933 to 1945: the 'Third Reich'.
Because Nazism is an abbreviation for "National Socialism", and Nazi leaders sometimes described their ideology as a form of socialism, some people believe that Nazism was a form of socialism, or that there are similarities between Nazism and socialism.
Primo Levi suggested another difference between socialism and Nazism: while both had their idea of what kind of parasitic classes or races society ought to be rid of, he saw the former to determine them by a social position (which people may change within their life), while the latter assign a place given by birth.
www.starrepublic.org /encyclopedia/wikipedia/n/na/nazism.html   (5511 words)

  
 Nazism information - Search.com
Nazism was the ideology held by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, commonly called NSDAP or the Nazi Party), which was led by its Führer (leader), Adolf Hitler.
The word Nazism is most often used in connection with the government of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 (the "Third Reich"), and it was derived from the term National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus, often abbreviated NS).
Nazism, on the other hand, emphasized the Aryan race or "Volk" over state to the point where the state simply became a means through which the Aryan race could realize its true destiny.
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 Learn more about Nazism in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Nazi Party claimed to be socialist; in 1927, Hitler said, "We are socialists."; however: "By majority consent of both socialists and non-socialists, National Socialism (Nazism) and kindred movements are not considered to be socialist." (Massimo Salvadori, introduction to Modern Socialism, Harper, 1968.) The chauvinism, of the Nazi racial theories, is generally seen as anti-social.
However, it is a misconception that Nazism was all about race - this is probably because of the bad reputation Nazism has gained after the war, and especially because of the holocaust.
The ideological roots of Nazism are deeper, and can be found in the romantic tradition of the 19th Century, and especially Friedrich Nietzsche's thoughts on "breeding upwards" toward the goal of an Übermensch.
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /n/na/nazism.html   (2620 words)

  
 Why Nazism Was Socialism and Why Socialism Is Totalitarian - Mises Institute
Their governing parties may espouse socialism as their philosophy and their ultimate goal, but socialism is not what they have implemented as their economic system.
The establishment of socialism as an economic system requires a massive act of theft — the means of production must be seized from their owners and turned over to the state.
The character of the Social Democrats in contrast is more like that of pickpockets, who may talk of pulling the big job someday, but who in fact are unwilling to do the killing that would be required, and so give up at the slightest sign of serious resistance.
www.mises.org /story/1937   (4249 words)

  
 Why Nazism was Socialism and Why Socialism is Totalitarianism
This was the socialism instituted by the Nazis.
Under a system of de jure socialism, such as existed in Soviet Russia, in which the legal code of the country openly and explicitly makes the government the owner of the means of production, all fl-market activity necessarily entails the misappropriation or theft of state property.
The character of the Social Democrats in contrast is more like that of pickpockets, who may talk of pulling the big job someday, but who in fact are unwilling to do the killing that would be required, and so give up at the slightest sign of serious resistance.
rationalargumentator.com /nazismsocialism.html   (4192 words)

  
 Socialism v. Capitalism:  Which is the Moral System?
Under socialism a ruling class of intellectuals, bureaucrats and social planners decide what people want or what is good for society and then use the coercive power of the State to regulate, tax, and redistribute the wealth of those who work for a living.
Socialism's teaching on self-sacrifice was nicely summarized by two of its greatest defenders, Hermann Goering and Bennito Mussolini.
Socialism is the social system which institutionalizes envy and self-sacrifice: It is the social system which uses compulsion and the organized violence of the State to expropriate wealth from the producer class for its redistribution to the parasitical class.
famguardian.org /Subjects/Politics/Articles/SocialismVCapitalism.htm   (1292 words)

  
 Why Nazism Was Socialism and Why Socialism Is Totalitarian
This was the socialism instituted by the Nazis.
Their governing parties may espouse socialism as their philosophy and their ultimate goal, but socialism is not what they have implemented as their economic system.
The character of the Social Democrats in contrast is more like that of pickpockets, who may talk of pulling the big job someday, but who in fact are unwilling to do the killing that would be required, and so give up at the slightest sign of serious resistance.
www.freemarketnews.com /Analysis/158/3549/2006-01-26.asp?wid=158&nid=3549   (4233 words)

  
 Nazism information - Search.com
Nazism was the ideology held by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, commonly called NSDAP or the Nazi Party), which was led by its Führer (leader), Adolf Hitler.
The word Nazism is most often used in connection with the government of Nazi Germany from 1933 to 1945 (the "Third Reich"), and it was derived from the term National Socialism (German: Nationalsozialismus, often abbreviated NS).
Nazism, on the other hand, emphasized the Aryan race or "Volk" over state to the point where the state simply became a means through which the Aryan race could realize its true destiny.
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 Socialism
Socialism can refer to a political doctrine, an economic theory, a vision of an ideal society, or a description of an actually existing society.
In its broadest sense, socialism is a belief that human society can and should be organised along social lines - that is, for the benefit of all, rather than for the profit of a few, which it argued had been the case hitherto.
However: "By majority consent of both socialists and non-socialists, National Socialism (Nazism) and kindred movements are not considered to be socialist." (Salvadori) Despite Salvadori's statement, some right-wing groups (which wish to discredit socialism) do refer to Nazism as being socialist.
www.teachersparadise.com /ency/en/wikipedia/s/so/socialism_1.html   (308 words)

  
 How is Nazism related to Socialism? - Sean Hannity Discussion
The only comparison between Nazism and Socialism is the idea of state control, but that is a prima facie comparison that doesn't reveal the further tenets of each one (i.e.
Nazism was driven by glory for the state and only for the state.
In socialism the state has a good deal of control, but it is NOT for the glory of the state, but for the common good, supposed or otherwise, of their citizenry.
www.hannity.com /forum/showthread.php?t=13672   (1154 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Nazism   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nazism or National Socialism is the totalitarian ideology and practices engaged in by the German nationalistic dictatorship which ruled Germany from 1933 to 1945, "the Third Reich".
Thus, to understand values of Nazism, it is necessary to explore this connection, without trivializing the movement as it was in its peak years in the 30s and dismissing it as a little more than racism.
The relationship between Nazism and Christianity can only be described as complex -- and controversial, since most modern writers wish to dissociate their own views from Nazism as much as possible.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Nazi   (2457 words)

  
 Daily News - eluniversal.com
Nazism, for short, is not dead, nor has its endless toll against peace and prosperity for those who embrace it, been paid in full.
Both nationalism and socialism produced astonishing failures for the people the ideas were proposed to serve in the 20th century, but especially when they were combined, and today, all six nations mentioned above have largely abandoned those ideas, separately or in combination.
But in Latin America generally, and Venezuela in particular, national socialism, or Nazism, has an appeal which is nothing less than frightening, especially when perceived through the lens of 20th century history.
english.eluniversal.com /2005/03/29/en_opi_art_29A546043.shtml   (420 words)

  
 Why Nazism Was Socialism and Why Socialism Was Totalitarian [Kapitalismus-Magazin]   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Under a system of de jure socialism, such as existed in Soviet Russia, in which the legal code of the country openly and explicitly makes the government the owner of the means of production, all fl-market activity necessarily entails the misappropriation or theft of state property.
Their governing parties may espouse socialism as their philosophy and their ultimate goal, but socialism is not what they have implemented as their economic system.
The character of the Social Democrats in contrast is more like that of pickpockets, who may talk of pulling the big job someday, but who in fact are unwilling to do the killing that would be required, and so give up at the slightest sign of serious resistance.
kapitalismus.blogg.de /eintrag.php?id=353   (4150 words)

  
 The Book of THoTH (Leaves of Wisdom) - Nazism
Nazism was the ideology held by the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, commonly called NSDAP or the Nazi Party), which was led by its Führer (leader), Adolf Hitler.
Nazism, on the other hand, emphasized the Aryan race or "Volk" over state to the point where the state simply became a means through which the Aryan race could realize its true destiny.
Nazi mysticism is a term used to describe a philosophical undercurrent of Nazism which denotes the combination of Nazism with occultism, esotericism, cryptohistory, and/or the paranormal.
book-of-thoth.com /thebook/index.php?title=Nazism   (4691 words)

  
 The New Socialism
This social psychosis is the direct result of the total commodification, consumerisation and marketisation of all aspects of human life, together with the total devaluation of all deep human values, their transformation into subjugation to ‘shareholder values’, and their transformation into brand values attached to things – consumer commodities.
In the era of social psychosis that has resulted from the globalisation of capitalism, it is no longer possible to achieve revolutionary social change or revolution through political means alone.
The New Socialism is anti-waste and anti-war, war being itself the waste of human and non-human life and the waste of economic and natural resources for the manufacture and marketing of military hardware - all in the service of competition for those resources and for economic markets.
www.thenewsocialism.org   (1141 words)

  
 Comparison of Nazism and U.S. Socialism
N orators may never be those who today emphasize with all tricks and cunning verbally and in writing the necessity of maintaining and teaching of christianity in Germany; they not only lie to themselves but also the German nation goaded by their love of the positions they hold and the sweet bread they eat.
The RS demands that the Social Security System cannot be changed or altered to assist in relieving the tax burden on young workers but only to benefit non-productive members of society thereby creating a system of hereditary bondage or Socialism thereby promoting RS.
When the child comes of legal age the Voluntary Social Security Number may not be returned or repudiated but will mark the child even if his religious beliefs consider the Social Security Number to be abhorrent to his non RS beliefs.
famguardian.org /Subjects/Spirituality/ChurchvState/NazismVUSSocialism.htm   (2734 words)

  
 Background to Nazism
The right wing charged the Social Democratic Party, which was the majority in the Weimar government, with losing the war, the left wing charged it as social fascists.
Hitler's racism also made use of a version of Darwinism to justify territorial expansion: Darwin's argument for adaptation to the environment, was used by Hitler to argue for territorial expansion of the Germans which would prove they adapted well to their environment, hence they were the superior race.
The term national socialism (Nazism) that characterized Hitler's regime signified the use of nationalism and socialistic policies (aid to the unemployed, punishment of big businesses, support to small businesses, etc.), although Hitler, like Mussolini, both resorted to the backing of big capitalists for their money.
www.indiana.edu /~hisdcl/h114_2002/nazism.htm   (1127 words)

  
 Socialism | Encyclopedia of Philosophy
This entry is concerned with "socialism" from the time at which, so far as anyone knows, the word was first used in print to describe a view of what human society should be like.
Rousseau was no socialist, but from his cornucopia of seminal though sometimes unclear and inconsistent thought socialists drew the ideas of people born free but everywhere in chains, of a "general will" making for perfection in society, of the importance of education, and a host of others.
Originally, the word socialism appears to have laid particular emphasis on communal cooperation in contrast to the more-or-less liberalism that was coming to be the creed of the industrial revolution—hence Owen's rather contemptuous dismissal of Jeremy Bentham and the utilitarians.
www.bookrags.com /research/socialism-eoph   (304 words)

  
 GI -- World War II Commemoration
Nazism has been viewed as a specific product of German history; as a type of modern totalitarianism comparable to Soviet communism; and as a form of fascism similar to MUSSOLINI's.
The intersection and mutual reinforcement of two social crises in Europe in the early 20th century contributed to the rise of both fascism and National Socialism.
In 1929 and 1930, during the Great Depression, Nazism attracted four more groups: the bulk of the bourgeois moderate right, which included Protestant agrarians, white-collar workers, and the upper bourgeoisie; former nonvoters, who under the impact of the crisis voted in unusually high numbers; the young; and a growing number of the unemployed.
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 Search Results for "Nazism"
Nazism (NAHT-siz-uhm, NAT-siz-uhm) The beliefs of the Nazis.
...National Socialism, or Nazism, doctrines and policies of the National Socialist German Workers' party, which ruled Germany under Adolf Hitler from 1933 to 1945.
In Nazism and neo-Nazism, a non-Jewish Caucasian, especially one of Nordic...
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