Popular Liberal culture in Germany as well as other political cultures including Nazi
political culture, originated in the local and regional rather than the national context.
He added that the Western media repeatedly accuse Russia of open propaganda, but in case of Nazism spread, it is "definitely" the West who promotes the Nazi
Rachlin, examines Roland Freisler, head of the Nazi
People's Court between 1942 and 1945.
The poll also showed that 61 per cent of Austrian adults wanted to see a "strong man" in charge of government, and 54 per cent said they thought it would be "highly likely" that the Nazis
would win seats in they were allowed to take part in an election.
Some examples of the Nazi
propaganda leaflets that are up for auction later next week
More recently, and now in our own county, extremists display the Nazi
What is incredibly hard is to get countries that are reluctant to bring Nazi
war criminals to justice, to do the right thing and to bring them to trial.
This study is also highly informative about the methods and character of Nazi
I could hear only snippets of their speeches, which droned on about immigration and the Zionist Occupied Government, as I was among the crowd of about 1,000 counter-protesters, throatily booing the Nazis
Despite its attempts to present a more militant image, Social Democracy failed to gain electoral ground from its main competitors, the German Communist Party and the rising Nazi
While this is a lengthy, dense scholarly work with small print, it is clearly written and provides a wonderfully telescopic view of the lived impact of the Nazi
Over the next three years, Nazi
rule became increasingly harsh.
An Israeli consul in Italy stated that the Catholic Church under Pius XII "was instrumental in saving at least 700,000 but probably as many at 860,000 Jews from certain death at Nazi
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I remember her telling us once about the 1938 Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) pogrom, during which Nazi
mobs attacked Jews, burned synagogues, and smashed Jewish businesses and institutions.