Nazi Ideology

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History (Nazis) Mind Map on Nazi Ideology, created by Chloe_White on 04/26/2013.
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Nazi Ideology
1 Power of the Will
1.1 Power, Strength and Determination

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  • Hitler personified according to Nazi propaganda
1.2 Parades and SA

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  • Image of discipline, unity and coordination Sweep opponents aside
1.3 Compromise

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  • 'The People's State, will never be created by compromise' He compromised with Catholics, Army and Big Businesses
2 Struggle, Violence and War
2.1 Weltanscauung

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  • World Outlook Struggle and Conflict between races was inevitable, natural
2.2 Wars means

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  • War would reconstruct German society and create a new German Reich but conquest and subjugation of other races
2.3 Violence

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  • Glorified military virtues of courage, loyalty and self-sacrifice
2.3.1 SA

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  • Projected as an organisation which gave German males the chance to demonstrate their 'manliness'
3 Social Darwinism / Master Race
3.1 Survival of the fittest

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  • Jews, Blacks and Slavs inferior races Herrenvolk 'master race' Northern Europe
3.2 Racial Purity

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  • destiny for Aryans to rule intermarriage and mixing race would undermien Aryans Polluted blood with inferior races
4 Volksgemeinschaft
4.1 Racial Purity

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  • Only Aryans allowed citizenship All others denied citizenship and the benefits that acrused from it Mere 'subjects' of the State
4.2 'Real Community'

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  • Once non-Aryans were eliminated there would be no social classes and everyone would be equal
4.3 Greater Good of the Nation

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  • Work together for the greater good of the nation demonstrates commitment In return would benefit from employment and welfare benefits
4.4 Blood and Soil

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  • German peasants retained racial purity over everyone else More traditional values than city dwellers
5 National Socialism
5.1 1920 Programme
5.1.1 Confiscation of war profits
5.1.2 Nationalisation of monopoly companies
5.1.3 No compensation

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  • No compensation for the nationalisation of exportation of land
5.2 Change in ideas

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  • Hitler committed to radical aims and adapted his ideas to the audience he was presenting to
5.3 Big Business

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  • After 1921 Hitler sought backing from big businesses to support his party
6 Anti-Democracy
6.1 Destroy Weimar

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  • November Criminals Treaty of Versailles Authoritarian government encouraged communism
7 Aggressive Nationalism
7.1 ToV

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  • Reverse the humiliation of the Treaty of Versailles Restore lost land
7.2 3rd Reich

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  • secure Lebensraum to accommadate it's people and provide raw materials
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