> dont trust google
> asks hltv users
You cant find trusted sources on Google? Are you serious right now
National Socialism is a form of fascist regime that mixes nationalistic capitalism while practicing some socialist programs. It is often referred to as "the third path" (alongside fascism), seen as an alternative to both normal democratic capitalism as we know it and socialism in the form of government programs and partial control of the national private market.
It emphasizes national and cultural identity and unity and like fascist regimes often through the use of an "enemy" (think Jews, Immigrants, Communists, Gypsies etc) that is often tied into racial sentiments and the idea of racial and cultural superiority.
There's a few words to begin with. I'd look up fascism too if I were you and make that connection (ie Mussolini in Italy and Franco in Spain are good things to contrast the german Nazi years with).
Edit: As an example of the "socialism" in Nazi Germany you can mention the huge investments in national infrastructure. Programs that created loads of jobs and modernized Germany's infrastructure for the benefit of the country.
It posed itself as third way between soviet socialism (also known as communism) and manchester liberalism (also known as capitalism). John Maynard Keynes famously argued in the introduction of the German edition of The General Theory that his theory of macroeconomics,which enabled governments to use deficit spending and monetary pumping to stimulate demand, was perfect for authoritarian states such as Nazi Germany. Ludwig von Mises, famous austrian economist argued in his book Omnipotent Government that Nacional Socialism, in economic terms, was a kind of indirect socialism. It maintained nominal control of production in the hands of private individuals but indirectly guided production through mandates, quotas, regulations etc. Nazi Germany had interest rates, wage rates, profit and the like but it was all nominal, it was actually a form of socialism through the backdoor. It was socialism without outright expropriation a la the Soviet Union. Hitler in his famous Mein Kampf maintained that for him socialism was production for society instead of rugged individualism of the manchester school. You were allowed to produce as long as society (aka the government) agreed with it. It was the strive for a socialism that was truly German and not international such as marxism posed itself to be, hence the NATIONAL in National Socialism.
Socially it was marked by a brand of collectivism loosely based on norse mythology that argued that the genuine German race was arian and pure. It held the traditional view against usury that was borrowed from medieval times which blamed the jews and jewish communist tendencies for the ailments of Germany, specially the hyper inflation which ravaged the country 10 years prior. It also held resentment against allied nations for the war reparations Germany had to pay.
You can always read the forbidden book, it's not banned in most places and isn't quite the scathing hate piece you might expect (time man of the year btw). I assume you want to get perhaps a perspective from the people who practiced it and what they thought it was too.
You used to be able to watch loads of original speeches with accurate translations on youtube but during the whole adpocalypse thing they pretty much all got wiped.
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I imagine, it's being social nationally...