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ideology on earlier and well-known anti-semites like Marr and Duering. They
seamlessly integrate the 2 kinds of modern anti-Semitism
• Their foreign policy included expansion into the east and eventually taking
over all of Europe.
• Feel that Germans are the master race and superior to non-Aryans. Jews are
the one enemy and anti-Semitism is the mainstay of the ideology.
• Come to power by saying will take care of the Jews LEGALLY and proceed
to enact a lot of anti-Jewish laws (no intermarriage, can’t serve in civil
service, can’t be citizen, define Jew, etc)
• Nazi ideology:
1. rejection of liberalism and som
2. primacy of nation over individual
3. demonization of “enemies”
4. elimination of dissent
5. cult of leadership
6. one-party state
7. glorification of war and violence
8. expansionist foreign policy
9. alliance with business classes (ban strikes, unions, etc)
• April 1920 DAP becomes the NSDAP—Nazis
• Between 1920 and 1923 the Nazi party grew as an ideology and as a party.
When Hitler went to jail in 1923 he wrote Mein Kampf
• Mein Kampf wants to make Germany a world power and outlines his plan
to take over all of Europe.
1. idea of Fuhrer State
2. society of racial brothers
• Founding Program of Nazi Party Downloaded from: www.yumesorah.com
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Professor Zimmerman • Fall 2003
Midterm Essay Review 1. Pan German idea Germans live all over Austria, Germany, Hungary,
Czechoslovakia, etc and they should all be under one rule. This plays on
the Treaty of Versailles idea of self-determination. In order to achieve this
goal, Hitler wants to expand power and go to war. He fundamentally
opposed the treaty.
2. Hitler ou...
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