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Hitler’and’the’Nazis: The’Early’Years Foundation’of’Ideology Interested in the writings of racist authors, particularly Lanz von Libenfels, about Aryan race. Race-based nationalism: Germans superior to other nationalities of Austro-Hungarian Empire (mainly Slavs) and the rest of the world. Believed that Darwin's Survival of the ±ittest could be applied to human societies. Hitler’in’WWI Showed’enthusiasm’for’the’war,’and’enlisted’in’the’ German’army. Shocked’when’Germany’asked’for’armistice’because’ he’believed’that’the’war’was’going’well. Felt’that’the’Communists’and’Social’Democrats’had’ "stabbed’the’Fatherland’in’the’back”; Blamed’“November’Criminals”’for’loss’of’war: November Criminals: those who bene3ited from the construction of the Weimar Republic Also included Bolsheviks and Jews • Versailles’Treaty’conHirmed’±itler²s’suspicions 1 2 3
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