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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Alone in Berlin Film4, 9pm Emma Thompson (left) and Brendan Gleeson star as a couple living in wartime Germany who, after losing their son in battle, decide to retaliate by leaving anti-Nazi postcards around Berlin.
"We have to recognise as we did in the Anti-Nazi League all those years ago that we need to halt it now."
He had received the dead bodies of German anti-Nazi fighters for dissection purposes, sometimes almost immediately after they were killed at the Berlin-Ploetzensee prison.
This historical literary study examines Nazi characters in German and Austrian Nazi propaganda and in anti-Nazi literature from the end of the German Empire to the end of the Third Reich.
Geoff Brown, of the Anti-Nazi League and fellow organiser, Bernie Wilcox, of Rock Against Racism, had been among 3,000 Manchester-based anti-racists who travelled to London in April '78 for the first Anti-Nazi Carnival, joining 80,000 others to watch bands like X-Ray Spex and The Clash at Victoria Park, in Hackney.
She contends that anti-Nazi work by American Jews was not absent, merely hidden.
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.
It was also the home of Heinrich Boll, the German anti-Nazi Nobel prize-winning writer.
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.
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.
Anti-Nazi Modernism: The Challenges of Resistance in 1930s Fiction