Significance of Nazism in world

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Nazism was the extreme nationalist feeling for the German race which was openly exercised by Adolf Hitler during the time he ruled.
  1.  Nazism is an ideology that believed in violent methods and glorified the use of war and was based on the beliefs of authoritarianism and aimed to build a strong nation-state by restoring the dignity of Germans by uniting Germans.
  2.  It had based its program under the slogan One People, One Empire, One Leader.
  3. The rise of Hitler in Germany, his authoritarian style of functioning, his expansionist policies lead to the outbreak of the second world war and determined much of contemporary world history.  
  4. They believed in the creation of a pure German race which comprised of the pure Nordic German Aryan race that was considered superior.
  5. They considered Jews to be of the lowest rank and thought of eliminating them as they were thought of polluting the superior race.
  6. Nazis' had the belief that by unifying the pure Aryan race all over the world, they could dominate the world and become stronger and hence based their imperial expansionist designs on such policies while expanding the area of settlement of Germany. 
  7. These Nazis believed, would expand Germany's influence and power by occupying various territories and would establish control over the resources.  
  8. It was such imperialist policies that led to the outbreak of the Second World war and changed the course of World politics.
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Nazism, also spelled Naziism, in full National Socialism, German Nationalsozialismus, totalitarian movement led by Adolf Hitler as head of the Nazi Party in Germany. In its intense nationalism, mass appeal, and dictatorial rule, Nazism shared many elements with Italian fascism. However, Nazism was far more extreme both in its ideas and in its practice. In almost every respect it was an anti-intellectual and atheoretical movement, emphasizing the will of the charismatic dictator as the sole source of inspiration of a people and a nation, as well as a vision of annihilation of all enemies of the Aryan Volk as the one and only goal of Nazi policy.
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