My parents belonged to a Puritan religious group and disapproved of pleasure.
The peoples of east-central Europe enjoyed a degree of freedom in the s unique in their history.
Adolf Hitler third from right participating in a Nazi parade in Munich, c. Library of Congress, Washington, D. In it was larger than the French communist and socialist parties combined one scholar estimated its membership betweenand 1.
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Sir Oswald Mosley at a fascist rally, London. Several rival protofascist and fascist movements operated in Japan afterand their activities helped to increase the influence of the military on the Japanese government.
In the United States the Ku Klux Klana white supremacist organization founded at the end of the Civil War and revived indisplayed some fascist characteristics. One of its offshoots, the Black Legion, had some 60, members in the early s and committed numerous acts of arson and bombing.
In Catholic priest Charles E. Coughlin began national radio broadcasts of sermons on political and economic subjects; his talks became increasingly antidemocratic and anti-Semitic, as did the journal he founded, Social Justice.
After running unsuccessfully for the U. In Social Justice was banned from the U. The pro-Nazi German-American Bundfounded instaged military drills and mass rallies until it disintegrated with the U.
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ideology, political orientation, political theory - an orientation that characterizes the thinking of a group or nation national socialism, Naziism, Nazism - a form of socialism featuring racism and expansionism and obedience to a strong leader.
The Nazis called their ideology National Socialism while today it is generally referred to as Nazism.
Unlike other political ideologies, it was not articulated in much detail but was broadly defined in Mein Kampf and the NSDAP’s 25 Points. Political Ideologies of World War 2 Nazism Facism Originated around the same time of Nazism after World War 1 Fascism believes in the ‘corporatism’ of all elements in society to form an ‘Organic State’.
Racial theory was at the core of Nazism (national socialism), with the following formula: Fascism + Racism = Nazism (Dagger & Ball, , Political Ideologies , p. ).
As a theory, Fascism and Nazism focused on national and ethnic identity, in a form of. Remnants of National Socialist ideology remained in Germany after Hitler’s suicide, and a small number of Nazi-oriented political parties and other groups were formed in West Germany from the late s, though some were later banned.
In the s gangs of neo-Nazi youths in eastern Germany staged attacks against immigrants, desecrated .