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  • n. The process of the removal of Nazis from public office and positions of responsibility in Germany and Austria after World War II.

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  • n. social process of removing Nazis from official positions and giving up any allegiance to Nazism


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  • I would say there are paralells between the so called denazification and what went on in afghanistan as in neither really took place. there were show trials of a few senior figures followed by the victors hiring most of the rest to help them run the country the same could be said of Iraq. - 3,4,5,6,7,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,27,28,29,30,32,33,34,35,36,37,38,39,41,42,48,49,50,52

  • The relatively narrow scope of the Nuremberg trial and the "denazification" proceedings that followed in Germany allowed thousands of Nazis back into society.

    Lessons Of Nuremberg

  • I could quote sources that account for the Dresden Holocaust right after it happened, including the * Stars and Stripes, * before the Allied Ministries of Truth started to forge, censor and eliminate the documents that would convict them of war crimes and started to weave their tapestry of lies and psychological terror from 'denazification' to holocaust denial 'that continues to this day.

  • This would also serve later to build the future NATO alliance, as well as the Nuclear Energy Agency. edit] Rehabilitation and "denazification"

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  • "Austria's political culture has developed differently from that of Germany's," he said, because Germany underwent a postwar denazification process that Austria was largely spared.

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  • Now Frau Emmy Göring had survived the denazification and was living an apparently quiet life with her daughter.

    For Services Rendered

  • And perhaps predictably, it was Smith who had to fire a semi-deranged Patton in September 1945 after his outrageous remarks attacking denazification.

    Eisenhower's Pit Bull

  • The Riefenstahl encounter in many ways epitomizes the fascinating interplay between Hollywood and Washington that formed the context for the making of "Nuremberg," which was commissioned by the U.S. War Department and military government in Berlin to aid in the German denazification program during the years after World War II.

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  • Remember, one reason that there was some success for denazification in West Germany after World War II was that many of the most dedicated Nazis died on the Eastern Front.

    Matthew Yglesias » Insurers vs Insurance Reform

  • Perfect = courageously calling out union-busters, supporting EFCA, pulling out of Afghanistan and Iraq, boldly championing LGBT rights and shaming the bigots, ending torture, debushification on par with denazification/Kruschev's destalinization.

    Peter Daou: On the Left, a False Choice Fuels the Growing Civil War Over Obama


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