Seven reasons why Nazis are not Socialists

1. “National socialism” is a contradiction in terms. Socialism is international.

The socialist motto is “workers of the world, unite,” not “workers of the world, fight each other.” But socialism was very popular in the Weimar Republic, so in 1920, the German Workers’ Party changed their name to the National Socialist German Workers’ Party. If you think Nazis are socialists because the word…

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