| Nazism |
(fascism, enemy image)
Flag of the Nazi Party (1920 to 1945)
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|Over 70 years on, the word "Nazi" is still used as a pejorative, underlining is key role as an enemy image in the just war narrative|
Nazi is the anglicized diminutive of the German word Nationalsozialist (Eng: National Socialist), which in turn is an abbreviation of Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (Eng: National Socialist German Workers’ Party) with the acronym NSDAP (Eng: Nazi Party). It was coined as an Enemy Image propaganda epithet (see below) and has remained in use by the war's victors ever since.
National Socialist Germany, referred to by the establishment as "Nazi Germany", was a country under the governance of Adolf Hitler and the National Socialist German Workers' Party (German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei or NSDAP), referred to by the establishment as the "Nazi Party". National Socialist Germany came about in 1933, the year Hitler was elected Chancellor. National Socialist Germany arose out of the ineffectual state that was the Weimar Republic, that plunged Germany into poverty as a result of the Treaty of Versailles after World War I.
Business with Nazi Germany
The father of the billionaires Charles G. and David H. Koch helped construct a major oil refinery in Nazi Germany that was personally approved by Adolf Hitler, according to a new history of the Kochs and other wealthy families. This is one of many examples of The Money Power enabling both sides in major confronations and disputes.
|"The Holocaust"||In its capitalized form "The Holocaust" refers in the Western world to the treatment of the Jewish populations of Germany and German occupied territories during WW2 (1939-45). Its use in this format stems from about the mid-1960's (i.e. more than 20 years after the events it claims to define). It does not appear in histories or documents before that time.|
|Joachim Angermeyer||18 December 1923||8 May 1997||German politician of the Free Democratic Party.|
|Joseph Goebbels||29 October 1897||1 May 1945||Minister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda under Adolf Hitler|
|Wilhelm Höttl||19 March 1915||27 June 1999|
|Kurt Georg Kiesinger||6 April 1904||9 March 1988||Five early Bilderbergs, German Chancellor. Possible tool of the BND|
|Franz Krapf||22 July 1911||23 October 2004||German spooky diplomat. SS Reich Security Main Office and Japan expert during WW2. After fixing a "clean bill of health" in denazification process, he became high-ranking West German diplomat, Permanent Representative to NATO and Ambassador to Japan. Attended the 1964 Bilderberg conference.|
|Willi Krichbaum||7 May 1896||4 April 1957|
|Hjalmar Schacht||3 June 1970|
|Document:The tyranny of the political spectrum||article||5 March 2017||Peter||Details of an exchange in the comments section of an article on the World Socialist Web Site between the author and a regular WSWS commentator which was quickly removed by the site operators. It illustrates the blinkered censorious nature of activists committed to both 'Left' and 'Right' - in this case the 'Left'.|
|Document:Vladimir Putin announces Special Military Operation in Ukraine||Speech||24 February 2022||Vladimir Putin||"They did not leave us any other option for defending Russia and our people, other than the one we are forced to use today. In these circumstances, we have to take bold and immediate action. The people’s republics of Donbass have asked Russia for help."|
|File:Germany Must Perish.pdf||book||1941||Theodore N Kaufman|
|File:Hitler Berlin speech 19 july 1940.pdf||Speech||19 July 1940||Adolf Hitler||Speech by Adolf Hitler to the Reichstag following the routing of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) and the capitulation of France|
|Nazism/25 point program||Party Program||24 February 1920||Adolf Hitler|
|The putative government program of the newly formed National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP). It was presented to an audience of about 2,000 at a Munich party rally on 24 February 1924|
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