Hitlerian


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Hit·ler

 (hĭt′lər), Adolf Known as "Der Führer." 1889-1945.
Austrian-born leader of the German Nazi Party (1921-1945) and chancellor of the Third Reich (1933-1945). His fascist philosophy, embodied in Mein Kampf (1925-1927), attracted widespread support, and after 1934 he ruled as an absolute dictator. Hitler's pursuit of aggressive nationalist policies resulted in the invasion of Poland (1939) and the subsequent outbreak of World War II. His regime is infamous for the extermination of millions of people, especially European Jews. He committed suicide when the collapse of the Third Reich was imminent (1945).

Hit·ler′i·an (hĭt-lîr′ē-ən) adj.
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Adj.1.Hitlerian - of or relating to or suggestive of Adolf Hitler or his Nazi regime in Germany
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Hitlerian

[hɪtˈlɪərɪən] ADJhitleriano
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The film also makes a fine primer for the many who may be unaware, both in and outside of the gay community, that Hitlerian intolerance cast a very wide net.
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Certainly until 1945" he writes, "the Germans as a people, not only in the Hitlerian Volkisch sense, defined themselves and their history decisively through Kultur--they said they always had it, and nobody else did.
Now, for all I know, each weekend Haider dresses up in full Hitlerian rig and recites the speeches of Karl Lueger in the Carinthian castle his uncle seems to have acquired in the Second World War at a forced knockdown price from its Jewish owner.
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The novel's breadth is achieved through the choral and primary voices of characters in the Holocaust trauma: administrative voices of Germans, Council members, and police officials carrying out the Hitlerian program and voices of Jews (the Bundists, the Communists, and the Orthodox) oppressed, resisting, suffering starvation, slave labor, and deportation.
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