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Nazism

Nazism was a political regime instituted in 1934 in Germany by Adolf Hitler and was inspired by Mussolini's Italian fascism, but taken to a more extreme degree. In addition to the fascist characteristics (totalitarianism, nationalism, militarism, imperialism, personality cult and violent repression), Nazism also defended anti-Semitism and racism (considered the Aryan race, of which the Germans would be the best representatives, as superior to all the others). Today, the term Nazism is used to designate all violent racist and nationalist ideals.

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