Nazis

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Nazis, Communists, Klansmen, And Others On The Fringe - Organization
... Assorted Neo-Nazis National Renaissance Party American Nazi Party National Socialist Party of America Neo-Nazi splinters and sects like America First ...
Anti-tobacco Movement In Nazi Germany - Association With Antisemitism and Racism
... Apart from public health concerns, the Nazis were heavily influenced by ideology specifically, the movement was influenced by concepts of racial hygiene and bodily purity ... Nazi leaders believed that it was wrong for the master race to smoke and that tobacco consumption was equal to "racial degeneracy" ... The Nazis viewed tobacco as a "genetic poison" ...
Philip Riteman - Life At Auschwitz
... At the time of his selection, Riteman lied and told the Nazi guard that he was, in fact eighteen years old, and a fellow prisoner told the guard that he ... The Nazis had need of individuals between eighteen years and forty five years that had any practical skill ... he and many others were moved up a nearby mountain for the purpose of the Nazis' defense (Americans had reached the area by this time and were fighting for liberation) ...
Something's Up There - Reception - Controversies
... by saying "Come on, it's in your blood, like kielbasa and collaborating with the Nazis." This Anti-Polonist comment offended many Polish people by disparaging the three million ... Many feel it ignores the millions of Poles who fought the Nazis for six years during World War II ...
Martin Kosleck
... Like many other German actors, he fled when the Nazis came to power ... Inspired by his deep hatred of Adolf Hitler and the Nazis, Kosleck would make a career in Hollywood playing villainous Nazis in films ... stare on screen made him a popular choice to play Nazi villains ...

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    If the Nazis have really been guilty of the unspeakable crimes circumstantially imputed to them, then—let us make no mistake—pacifism is faced with a situation with which it cannot cope. The conventional pacifist conception of a reasonable or generous peace is irrelevant to this reality.
    John Middleton Murry (1889–1957)