anti-Nazi

anti-Nazi

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposing any individual or group that espouses Nazi ideologies
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is opposed to Nazism
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Lantos joined Wallenberg's anti-Nazi underground network, and he arrived in the United States in 1946 at age 19.
Wolfenstein has been a decidedly anti-Nazi series since the first release more than 20 years ago.
RIGHT-wing groups cut short their "free speech rally" in Boston after thousands of demonstrators chanting anti-Nazi slogans confronted them.
The President returned to his initial statement that both farright groups and anti-Nazi demonstrators were to blame.
Pilecki allowed himself to be captured by German troops in 1940 to provide the anti-Nazi underground and their allies with reports from the camp.
Set in Nazi-occupied Polandnot the obvious locale for a laugh-riot night out at the movies in wartime AmericaTo Be or Not to Be opens with a bracing sight gag: Adolf Hitler, alone, is walking the streets of Warsaw in August 1939or rather his dead ringer is, the actor Bronski (Tom Dugan) who impersonates der Fuhrer in an anti-Nazi play being mounted by a plucky Polish theatrical troupe.
It was also the home of Heinrich Boll, the German anti-Nazi Nobel prize-winning writer.
According to the document, there are also "repeated attempts to glorify German National Socialism and its supporters", and monuments to anti-Nazi figures are "regularly desecrated", including those dedicated to solders in the anti-Hitler coalition.
29, 1944 whilst transporting assistance to local anti-Nazi fighters.
The plane special operation pilot Sgt John Thompson - from Matlock, Derbyshire - was flying crashed in Albania in 1944 whilst transporting assistance to local anti-Nazi fighters.
Doherty begins his exposition with Hollywood's first confrontation with Nazism on December 4, 1930, when a mob of brownshirts invaded a motion picture theater and trashed the screening of Lewis Milestone's All Quiet on the Western Front, an award-winning lament of the slaughter of the young in World War I to nurture old men's dreams of glory, and ends when after the death of its courageously anti-Nazi producer, Carl Laemmle, Universal Studios rereleased the film accompanied by a prologue reviewing the Great War and its aftermath, including the now iconic newsreel footage of the 1933 book burning.
I defy any critic to cite a single line in the book indicating that Pius XII was part of a conspiracy in any shape or form, except for a brief incident early in the war when he offered to act as a conduit for a group of anti-Nazi Germans who were seeking Allied support in the event of Hitler's removal.