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  • proper n. Germany under the regime of Adolf Hitler (lasting from 1933 to 1945).


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  • Some have obscenely compared Israel to Nazi Germany, which is a horrible distortion of the truth and which is why we are so sensitive, but Obama did not make that comparison.

    Steve Sheffey: Obama's Cairo Speech

  • To compare the modern pro-life movement to Nazi Germany is to seriously miss the point of what that government was all about - the total control of a nation and its people.

    Right Wing "Tiller was a Nazi" Rhetoric Fails History Test

  • Today is the 65th anniversary of the victory in Europe over Nazi Germany, which is being observed all over the world.

    KAKE - HomePage - Headlines

  • This suggests that the article is one discussing the word itself, rather than the event related to the victims of Nazi Germany, which is actually the main thing being discussed.

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The traditional story is defended primarily by survivors, Jewish writers and researchers, and those who suffered at the hands of Nazi Germany in other words, by people with a self-interest in sustaining the dominant view of a genocidal Nazi regime and an innocent and victimized Jewish people.


  • The official outlook on recent history is focused on the Soviet victory over Nazi Germany, which is a uniquely positive memory shared by the overwhelming majority of Russians.

  • That's called Nazi Germany 2 - The Sequel, Editors Edition.


  • The president suggested that war was on occasion necessary, citing not just several of the principles of a just war but arguing correctly that non-violence was feckless in the face of those such as Nazi Germany or al-Qaeda who recognize no limits in what they do or how they do it.

    Richard N. Haass: It May Have Been a Nobel Peace Prize Speech, but Obama Is No Pacifist

  • And as has happened in all regimes that sought to obliterate all distinctions save those imposed by the all powerful state such as Nazi Germany, the Soviet Union or Red China, the attempt here will result in a wide-scale abridgement of basic human rights.

    The Absurd Report

  • I wish I could agree with you, but in a truly fascist state, as we are in increasing danger of becoming, such as Nazi Germany, communist Russia or China, that’s simply not true.

    Firedoglake » BREAKING: SCOTUS Muffling Whistle Blowers?


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