The Nazis' Key Policies

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The Nazi Policies

In 1920, Hitler wrote down the Nazi Policies - called the Twenty-Five Points. They were vague and contradictory but could be summarised as follows:

1) Anti-Weimar: The Nazis believed that Germany should have one strong leader, rather than a democratic government which they thought weakened…


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