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This paper explains the the ideology being preached by Hitler in the 1930s hit very fertile ground and thus enabled the spread of his doctrine. It looks at the social and economic situation of the time in light of the Nazi era.
From the Paper:"Knowledge of the underlying historical climate and times are essential if one is to fully comprehend the rise of Nazi Germany and how their philosophies and ideals influenced the German nation. A number of interrelated factors, combined with the sense of defeat that Germany experienced after the First World War, provided a fertile ground for the rise of the Nazi philosophy. "
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Nazi Philosophy (2004, October 25) Retrieved May 23, 2013, from http://www.academon.com/essay/nazi-philosophy-53421/
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