TITLE

Nazis and Other Socialists

AUTHOR(S)
Kuehnelt-Leddihn, Erik V.
PUB. DATE
June 1982
SOURCE
National Review;6/25/1982, Vol. 34 Issue 12, p769
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on issues related to national socialism. National Socialism is one of the expressions that Moscow has tried to abolish from the public vocabulary from the moment German armies invaded Russia in 1941, a year and a half after the Soviet-National Socialist alliance was formed. In the face of the Communist restriction on identifying "National Socialism" with German dictator Adolf Hitler's regime, many Europeans are tormented by a specific fear that this term, with its double rhetorical appeal, could one day become a attraction of the East.
ACCESSION #
6093359

 

Related Articles

  • Europe: Four Views. Brailsford, H. N.; Hanichen, Frank C.; Wolfe, Henry C.; Schuman, Frederick L. // New Republic;10/26/38, Vol. 96 Issue 1247, p322 

    Discusses the political developments that have taken place in Europe. Focus on the capitulation of England in the Anglo-German war; Role of France in the victory of Germany over Czechoslovakia; Demand of German Chancellor Adolf Hitler to create a Nazi state within Czechoslovakia for the German...

  • HITLER COULD NOT STOP. Rauschning, Hermann // Foreign Affairs;Oct39, Vol. 18 Issue 1, p1 

    This article discusses the nature of Adolf Hitler's National Socialism. In his tactics, Hitler carried over into the general field of politics, and especially into the fields of foreign policy and military strategy, certain modern doctrines of the coup d'état and of civil war. His policy was...

  • This was Yaphank. Clancy, Ambrose // Long Island Business News (7/1993 to 5/2009);5/4/2007, Vol. 54 Issue 19, p1A 

    The article recalls the Nazi past of the town of Yaphank in New York. Despite the presence of corporate headquarters and office blocks in Yaphank, it cannot erased its embarrassing past. Yaphank was remembered as a peaceful and rural place broken by the pounding sounds of marching feet and...

  • The March on Berlin.  // New Republic;2/15/33, Vol. 74 Issue 950, p3 

    The article reflects the author's view relative to the current political happenings in Germany, which are accidental resemblance to Italian events before the "March on Rome." The author laments that Adolf Hitler rode into power with the open and secret support of combined forces. Future...

  • Who Isn't Fascist? GOTTFRIED, PAUL // American Conservative;Mar/Apr2015, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p8 

    The article discusses issues related to fascism. Topics discussed include information on the book "Liberal Fascism," by Jonah Goldberg, comparison of politician Hillary Clinton's economic planning to the policies of dictator Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Minister of Labor Robert Ley, and radical...

  • Hitler's Battle Begins. Strachey, John // New Republic;11/15/33, Vol. 77 Issue 989, p23 

    Reviews the book "My Battle," by Adolf Hitler and translated by E.T.S. Dugdale.

  • A Mirror of Nazi Marvels. Strachey, Celia; Werner, John Gustav // New Republic;7/4/34, Vol. 79 Issue 1022, p203 

    Presents several compilation of quotations from the German Nazis. Socialism of the Nazis; Effectiveness of the government measure of the dictator Adolf Hitler; Views of the Germans about the Frenchmen; Demands for the nationalization of all business enterprises; Conception of national socialism;...

  • The Hitler Image. Kracauer, Siegfried // New Republic;1/3/44, Vol. 110 Issue 1, p22 

    Focuses on a recent Nazi newsreel episode, that assigns the traits of a savior to Adolf Hitler. His inspection of the Munich, Germany art exhibition offered the Nazi cameramen a gratifying opportunity to reveal that the savior is also a genius; He appears as the lord of hosts, followed by his...

  • To Explain or Understand Evil: Comparing Hermeneutic and Rational Choice Approaches to the Analysis of Nazism: A Review Essay. Flint, Colin // Social Science Quarterly (University of Texas Press);Jun98, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p466 

    The article focuses on the Nazi Party in Germany to understand the hermeneutic and rational choices made to analyze Nazism. The emphasis of this essay rests on the important differences between the epistemologies of explaining and understanding. In this essay, the author of this article argues...

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics