What Were The Main Characteristics Of Hitler's Fascist Regime?


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Hitler's National Socialism insisted on obedience to a strong leader and allowed no opposition parties, effectively making Germany a one party state. Nationalism itself is a strong feeling for one's country and a wish to make it more powerful. It is a belief that one's nation deserves to be dominant and that one's race is superior to others. This was exactly Hitler's rationale.

Many personal freedoms not allowed in Nazi Germany. Control of the press, broadcasting, education, youth movements, religion, entertainment, the economy and even the family were controlled by his regime. In a totalitarian country, the state has complete power over every aspect of the lives of its members. Hitler had a large army and a hatred of Communism. The state on "behalf of the people", controlled the means of production (industry and agriculture), distribution (transport), and the banks, in a bid to make the nation strong economically. The regime believed that violence should be used, if necessary, to achieve Fascist aims.

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