See also communism; government; nationalism; politics.
the principles and practices of people who worked to dissolve Hitler’s dictatorship and fascism.
a member of the German-American Volksbund, a U.S. pro-Nazi organization of the 1930s and 1940s. —Bund
the doctrines of the Falange, the fascist party of Spain. —Falangist
. the tenets of a centralized totalitarian and nationalistic government that strictly controls finance, industry, and commerce, practices rigid censorship and racism, and eliminates opposition through secret police.
. such a form of government, as that of Italy under Mussolini. —fascist
the tenets of German fascism as developed by Adolf Hitler; Nazism. —Hitlerite
, n., adj
the German form of fascism, especially that of the National Socialist (German: Nazionalsozialist)
Workers’ party under Adolf Hitler. —Nazi
, n., adj
the post-World War II rise of a movement whose principal aim is to incorporate the doctrines of fascism into existing political systems. —Neo-Facist
a method of revolution or overthrow involving secret planning, suddenness, and speed, as Hitler’s 1938 invasion of Austria. —putschist
a member of the Belgian pro-fascist party of the 1930s.