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Whereas the hereditarily healthy families have for the most part adopted a policy of having only one or two children, countless numbers of inferiors and those suffering from hereditary conditions are reproducing unrestrainedly while their sick and asocial offspring burden the community.
Nazi Germany was not the first or only country to sterilize people considered "abnormal." Before Hitler, the United States led the world in forced sterilizations.
Forced sterilization in Germany was the forerunner of the systematic killing of the mentally ill and the handicapped.
www.holocaust-trc.org /hndcp.htm   (2391 words)

  
  Racial policy of Nazi Germany - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Racial policy of Nazi Germany originated as the Dolchstoslegende ("betrayal legend") of disgruntled WW I German nationalists who blamed non-Germans for the loss of the war.
Nazi racial policy changed extensively in the years between 1933 and 1939.
During the years 1933-1934, Nazi policy was fairly moderate, not wishing to scare off voters or moderately-minded politicians.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Racial_policy_of_Nazi_Germany   (1340 words)

  
 Nazism information - Search.com
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.
Capitalists and conservatives in Germany feared that a takeover by the Communists was inevitable and did not trust the democratic parties of the Weimar Republic to be able to resist a communist revolution.
Like other fascist regimes, the Nazi regime emphasized anti-communism, opposition to corporate interests not aligned with the state, uniting all workers to work for the common good, and the leader principle (Führerprinzip), a key element of fascist ideology in which the ruler is deemed to embody the political movement and the nation.
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  Nazism - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
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.
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.
Essentially, Yockey was convinced that Nazi Germany was a step towards Spengler's Imperium, and during the Cold War, Yockey dedicated his life to promoting a general European rebellion against the overlordship of both the Soviet Union and the United States.
www.arikah.com /encyclopedia/Nazism   (7128 words)

  
  ipedia.com: Nazi Germany Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Nazi Germany or the Third Reich commonly refers to Germany in the years between 1933 and 1945, when it was under the firm control of Adolf Hitler's dictatorship and the totalitarian ideology of National Socialism (a variant of fascism).
The term Nazi is a short form of the German Nationalsozialismus; the ideology was institutionalized in the NSDAP (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei), the National Socialist German Workers' Party, or Nazi Party for short.
The Nazis were no less cruel to their own population, as they carried out the T-4 Euthanasia Program which killed off dozens of thousands of disabled and sickly Germans in an effort to “maintain the purity of the German Master race (German: Herrenvolk)” as described by Nazi propagandists.
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 Nazism   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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.
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.
Essentially, Yockey was convinced that Nazi Germany was a step towards Spengler's Imperium, and during the Cold War, Yockey dedicated his life to promoting a general European rebellion against the overlordship of both the Soviet Union and the United States.
en.filepoint.de /info/Nazism   (7118 words)

  
 Nazi Germany at AllExperts
Nazi Germany, or the Third Reich, refers to Germany in the years 1933–1945, when it was under the control of the National Socialist German Workers Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, NSDAP), or Nazi Party, with the Führer Adolf Hitler as chancellor and head of state.
Nazi Germany and allies in Europe during World War II The "Danzig crisis" peaked in the months after Poland rejected Hitler's initial offer regarding both the Free City of Danzig and the Polish Corridor.
Germany invaded the Soviet Union on 21 June 1941 and on the eve of the invasion, Hitler's former deputy, Rudolf Hess, attempted to negotiate terms of peace with the United Kingdom in an unofficial private meeting after crash-landing in Scotland.
en.allexperts.com /e/n/na/nazi_germany.htm   (5630 words)

  
 Secret Life of An American Nazi - Issues Section - Bulldog News
Specifically, anti-Semitic housing policy (concerned as it was with controlling and then removing the trageted Jewish population) became a focus of key efforts made by Karl Falk at the Propaganda Ministry tracts, films, and radio broadcasts, and by Speer to complete the monumental plans for the rebuilding of Berlin by 1938.
Nazi Party Secretary Martin Bormann may also have died in the ruins of Berlin, on May 1, 1945 (West Germany officially declared him dead in 1973), but his body was never recovered, and some doubt still remains as to what actually happened to Bormann.
His Nazi information and education models and related political and economics philosophy and the Nazi racial science were subtly written into his policies and practices, ideas for the uses of government while working in appointed positions in government and higher education in the United States after his Nazi training in Berlin.
bulldognews.net /issues.html   (14114 words)

  
 Nazi Racial Policy
We believe that our racial policy is the surest guarantee for mutual respect and for peaceful coexistence between the peoples of this world.
The task of the movement is to win the support of the people for these government policies, and to reestablish the sense of responsibility people have toward themselves, their families, and their people.
From the standpoint of racial hygiene, a particularly painful and serious loss is the 3 to 3.5 million unborn children who would have been born to the best of our people, those who remained on the field of honor.
www.calvin.edu /cas/gpa/pt36rasse.htm   (3535 words)

  
 sociology - Nazi Germany
Nazi Germany, or the Third Reich, commonly refers to Germany in the years 1933–1945, when it was under the firm control of the totalitarian and fascist ideology of the Nazi Party, with the Führer Adolf Hitler as dictator.
The Germany economy was later transferred to the leadership of Hermann Göring when, on October 18, 1936, the German Reichstag announced the formation of a Four year plan to shift the German economy towards a war production base.
The persecution of minorities continued both in Germany and the occupied areas, from 1941 Jews were required to wear a yellow star in public and most were transferred to Ghettos, where they remained isolated from the rest of the population.
www.aboutsociology.com /sociology/Nazi_Germany   (2674 words)

  
 The Danish Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies
Later on the racial segregation was radicalised and became a policy of racial expulsion: Jews were forced to emigrate.
The racial policy reached its preliminary culmination in the period of 1939-1941.
Consequently, the Nazi racial policy can be characterised as a policy of extermination beginning in 1941, whether there existed a clear order to commit mass murder, or not.
www.holocaust-education.dk /baggrund/nraceogjodepolitik.asp   (982 words)

  
 National Socialist Racial Policy
Background: This is the text of a speech delivered by Dr. Walter Groß, the head of the Nazi Party's Office of Racial Policy.
This is an interesting example of Nazi racial propaganda early on in Hitler's regime.
Germany today has the fortune to find a new way, led by a great Führer.
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/gross.htm   (4258 words)

  
 Dietrich Eckart, Rosenberg, and White Russian Creators of Nazi Ideology, P1
Already in the fall of 1922, Scheubner-Richter served as Hitler's chief advisor on foreign policy matters and as one of his closest counselors In general.
In their foreign policy, Scheubner-Richter and his indispensable colleague Biskupskil called for a Joint Aufbau/National Socialist policy of re-establishing a Habsburg dynasty in Austria, with Colonel Karl Bauer, a political terrorist and Aufbau's contact man in Vienna, working towards this goal.
The above thus placed Germany in the center of a worldwide conspiracy led by Jewish high finance that manifested itself in the twin threats of the French/Belgian occupation of the Ruhr in the West and Bolshevik subversion from the East.
sociologyesoscience.com /conspiracy_theory/nideology.html   (1012 words)

  
 The Biological State: Nazi Racial Hygiene, 1933-1939
Echoing ongoing eugenic fears, the Nazis trumpeted population experts’ warnings of “national death” and aimed to reverse the trend of falling birthrates.
On July 14, 1933, the Nazi dictatorship fulfilled the long-held dreams of eugenics proponents by enacting the Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring, based on a voluntary sterilization law drafted by Prussian health officials in 1932.
The new Nazi law was coauthored by Falk Ruttke, a lawyer, Arthur Gütt, a physician and director of public health affairs, and Ernst Rüdin, a psychiatrist and early leader of the German racial hygiene movement.
www.ushmm.org /wlc/article.php?lang=en&ModuleId=10007057   (848 words)

  
 BT Research - SS   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Nazis regarded the SS as an elite unit, the party's "Praetorian Guard," with all SS personnel selected on the principles of racial purity and unconditional loyalty to the Nazi Party.
As the Nazi party monopolized the political power in Germany, key government functions such as law enforcement were simply absorbed into the SS, while many SS organizations became the de-facto government agencies.
When the Nazis came to power in 1933, the SS was reorganized and an office of the SS Surgeon General was established.
www.breathittteens.com /research.php?title=SS   (6170 words)

  
 Why? -- National Organization for Women at UH
Hitler's attempts to create a Greater Germany (Lebensraum), specifically the annexation of Austria ("Anschluss") and the invasions of Czechoslovakia and Poland, were one of the primary factors leading to the outbreak of World War II in 1939.
Hitler is held responsible for the racial policy of Nazi Germany, the Holocaust, and the death and displacement of millions occurring during his leadership.
The Holocaust refers to Nazi Germany's systematic genocide of various ethnic, religious, national, and secular groups during World War II starting in 1941 through to 1945.
www.voy.com /51664/31.html   (1477 words)

  
 THE NAZI CONNECTION: EUGENICS, AMERICAN RACISM, AND GERMAN NATIONAL SOCIALISM   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Kuhl notes that specific Nazi legislation on sterilization was based on similar American laws, or on model legislation proposed by Harry Laughlin of the Eugenics Record Office, and that US scientists were proud of their influence on the Hitler regime.
In an almost incestuous mutuality, the Nazis used the prestige of the American scientists and legislators to validate their own eugenics and racial policies, while American eugenicists used the ne6r Nazi eugenics laws as evidence that widespread human sterilization policies could be feasibly put into practice with a minimum of social resistance.
Returning to the US, Ellinger wrote that the Nazi racial program had nothing to do with religious persecution, characterizing it instead as a "breeding project" designed to eliminate the "hereditary attributes of the Semitic race." At the same time, the anthropologist Lothrop Stoddard was meeting with both Himmler and Hitler.
bethuneinstitute.org /documents/naziconnection.html   (1080 words)

  
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The question seems to be whether it was ever the official policy or intent of the Nazis to completely exterminate them any more than it was Nazi policy to exterminate all Poles (cf., Landau, 1994:117).
The Nazis are not entirely responsible for the policies that came to be formulated with regard to the Sinta and Roma from 1933 to 1945.
Gypsies were forbidden to move freely and were concentrated in encampments with Germany in 1939, later (1941) transformed into fenced ghettos, from which they would be seized for transport by the criminal police (aided by dogs) and dispatched to Auschwitz in February 1943.
www.mtsu.edu /~baustin/gypsies.html   (1513 words)

  
 Nazi   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Ultimately, the Nazis sought to create a largely homogenous and self-sufficient ethnic state, absorbing the ideas of Pan-Germanism and pairing them other abstract concepts, some related to social theory and even Nietzsche's Übermensch.
The Waffen-SS and other German soldiers (including parts of the Wehrmacht), as well as civilian paramilitary groups in occupied territories, were responsible for the deaths of an estimated eleven million men, women, and children in concentration camps, prisoner-of-war camps, labor camps, and death camps such as Auschwitz and Treblinka.
For the above reasons, particularly the fact that Nazis and Communists fought each other (often violently) during most of their existence, Nazism and Communism are commonly seen as opposite extremes on the political spectrum.
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 Beer Hall Putsch - Information, Resources, Links and Reference   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Nazi party headquarters were raided, and its newspaper, the Völkischer Beobachter ("The People's Observer") was banned.
Bayernbund, and the Nazis who had gone there to cause trouble were arrested as a result.
These persons were regarded as the first to die in the act of supporting the Nazi Party, and were remembered by Hitler in the foreword of Mein Kampf as martyrs.
www.cyberpedia.net /info.php?title=Beer_Hall_Putsch   (2729 words)

  
 An SS Booklet on Racial Policy
The foundation of the Christian worldview is the doctrine of the separation of body and soul; the soul and spirit belong to a world independent of the physical, free of natural laws, and they are even to a certain degree able to free the human body from its natural setting.
It is a major shift when racial theory recognizes the unity of body, soul and spirit and sees them as a whole that follows the eternal laws of nature.
This racial manifesto clearly recognizes the biological differences between the human races, and draws the necessary conclusions from that scientific knowledge.
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/rassenpo.htm   (4313 words)

  
 Racial policy of Nazi Germany Summary
Racial policy of Nazi Germany: The Nuremberg Laws of 1935 employed a pseudo-scientific basis for racial discrimination against Jews.
The Racial Policy of Nazi Germany refers to the policies and laws implemented by Nazi Germany, asserting the superiority of the" Aryan race ", and including measures aimed primarily against Jews.
The origins of the policy lay with the Dolchstoßlegende (...
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 Hitler's Jewish Soldiers - Perhaps 150,000 Jews Fought Valiantly
On the murderous road to "racial purity" Hitler encountered unexpected detours, largely due to his own crazed views and inconsistent policies regarding Jewish identity.
Contrary to conventional views, Rigg reveals that a startlingly large number of German military men were classified by the Nazis as Jews or "partial-Jews" (Mischlinge), in the wake of racial laws first enacted in the mid-1930s.
Numerous "exemptions" were made in order to allow a soldier to stay within the ranks or to spare a soldier's parent, spouse, or other relative from incarceration or far worse.
www.rense.com /general20/jewso.htm   (731 words)

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