I just listed three concrete examples of real coercion in real events. The definition given by Google is:
“ The practice of persuading someone to do something by using force or threats.”
How much more clarification do you need?
I’m not sure what you’re asking. Laws can be coercive, but to violate a law is a choice we voluntarily make. Laws can become more harmful than the harm they are meant to protect against, which is why jurors have the right to vote not guilty whether the person violated a law, or not.
If it is so indefensible, then it should be easily defeated ideologically. Nazism, by itself, is simply a nationalistically oriented pairing of governing and economics. The Spanish and the Italians both engaged in Fascism without the camps. By the same standards you are using, Communists deserve the same because they instituted the “Glorious…