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The Social and Economic Policies of Nazism

Summary: An analysis of the social and economic policies of Hitler's Nazi government. Keywords: Germany, World War II, World War Two
Nazism is generally regarded as one of the most inhumane and brutal political theories ever created, due to their blatant prejudice, particularly anti-Semitism, and complete disregard for human life and individual freedom. However, there is no doubt that the social and economic policies employed by the party, during their rein in Germany from 1933 to 1945, were very effective in pulling Germany out of depression, re-arming them and restoring their long lost pride and power. Hitler and his Nazis introduced a number of social and economic policies with the aim of recreating Germany as a world super-power and creating the herrenvolk, or "master race", of racially pure Germans, most of which were very effective. However, their success came at a terrible cost to the world and to humanity.

When the Nazis came into power in 1933, Germany had a weak economy, and was right at the end of a long and...

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