How did people in Germany react to ideas of nazism?
Asked by seeni2005 | 22nd Sep, 2015, 02:34: PM
Many German citizens supported the Nazi party. They eulogised the same extreme brand of nationalism and racial pride that the Nazi Party popularised and spoke their language of hatred. Many oppoosed Nazism too, bringing to them political persecution and police brutality. Also, a very large majority of the German people were mere bystanders to Nazi politics. Having suffered the after effects of the First World War, they were too scared to participate in the political activities of the either spectrum of idologies. The Jewsih citizens of Germany were traumatised by the stereotyping of their kin and had to suffer through various brutalities as a result of Nazism.
Answered by Soumil Shukla | 22nd Sep, 2015, 10:39: PM
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