Adolf Hitler

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Noun1.Adolf Hitler - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)Adolf Hitler - German Nazi dictator during World War II (1889-1945)
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In 1943, when Germany revealed details of the massacre at Katyn (where thousands of captured Polish officers had been brutally killed by the Soviets), he went immediately on the offensive: because the Polish government-in-exile, based in London, repeated these truthful German claims, he accused them of being "Hitlerites" and ceased to recognise them.
"Canada had some dark pages in its history when that country was a safe haven for Hitlerites from Ukrainian SS battalions many of whom were never duly punished for their acts of atrocity," Zakharova stated, stressing that "Canada is thus giving a warm welcome to terrorists' accomplices".
However, when recommending Kalinin for the title of Hero of the Soviet Union, Chamov wrote that he had destroyed 1 heavy and 3 medium tanks and personally killed 17 Hitlerites in two days, 17 and 19 October 1942.
So, if you still wonder why Trump would give comfort to racists and Hitlerites, look at the reaction of his base this week.
Among his topics are the 1920 First of May demonstration in Praga, the communists and the underworld, bagel bakers and peddlers, communists shoot at a workers convention, street fights with the Polish Hitlerites, returning stolen goods to a leather merchant, and a bombing of the Bund offices.
the brief history of this war is so unexpected, as a matter of fact when hitlerites had seized power in Germany in 1933, the German imperialists began intensive preparation for war against the Ussr in the belief that crushing the soviet state would be the most important and decisive phase in the struggle for world domination.
They always called themselves "National Socialists." Incidentally, before 1932, when the British and American media could not yet make up their minds in which camp to place Hitler's followers, they too usually referred to them as National Socialists or sometimes simply as Hitlerites.
(76) Jay Rand, "Hitlerites in Hollywood,"New Masses July 23.
Vengeance became one of the dominant motifs of the Soviet media to rile up anger and then channel that energy into fighting a war against Germans, fascists, Hitlerites, and sometimes all three.
It is for this reason the Hitlerites and other anti-semites worship Boris Brasol as their benefactor.