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Saturday, May 1, 2010

The Differences and Similarities of Fascism and Nazism

What is the Difference Between Fascism and Nazism?

In both cases of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany, the world war had created high unemployment and dissatisfied veterans. Fascism grew in Italy just as swiftly as Nazism in Germany out of extreme rightist preoccupations with nationalism and, in the case of Germany, racism. One aspect that differed between Fascism and Nazism was the extreme terror put forth by the Nazis against the Jews, however not so much lacking in Fascist Italy. In any case, the condition of the governments at the time made them easy targets for takeover, therefore allowing a new party to emerge that consisted of violent groups, thus ending in superior races that would wreak havoc on society.

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"Here is Germany" was a 1945 propaganda documentary film directed by Frank Capra. Like its companion film, Know Your Enemy: Japan, the film is a full-length exploration of why one of the two major Axis countries started World War II and what had to be done to keep them from "doing it again".

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I am debating with an enemy of mine who is also a historian and he is saying that "There is no difference of Italian Fascism and German Fascism." I believe this is wrong so I need some time to develop my debate...

Unknown said...

Like Buddhism and Taoism, Fascism and Nazism are similar in content,although the nomenclature varied.Both movements aimed at revolutionary social and political change. Contrary to popular opinion,neither movement should be described as "far right",rather,BOTH movements were Leftist and in fact were types of state-socialism. In its early stages German Nazism was concerned primarily with social-welfare issues...this can be evidenced by the existence of such groups as the NSV (National Socialist Peope's Welfare Organization) and the NSBO (National Socialist Factory Cell Workplace Organization) and others. This,however,runs contrary to the popular image of Nazis----promoted by so-called "neo-nazis"---as thugs and ruffians,which in fact they were not. A better description of Nazis would be as "do-gooders" and "pillars of the community"!

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