Hitler's Ideology in 1933

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  • Hitler's Ideology in 1933
    • Social darwinism
      • Hitler saw human life as little more than survival of the fittest.
      • There was a hierarchy of races, with slavs, jews and blacks at the bottom, and northern Europeans (the herrenvolk) at the top.
      • He believed it was the natural order of things for there to be fights between races.
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    • Power of the Will
    • Aggressive Nationalism
    • Struggle
    • National Socialism
    • Stereotypes
    • Fuhrerprinzip
    • Volks- gemeinschaft
      • There would be no social classes. Everyone would be equally as important.
      • Everyone would have a set role in society
      • All Germans would work for the greater good of Germany.


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