On Hitler's Worldview and International Marxism

   

VertigoPolitix

 

Published on May 3, 2020

Adolf Hitler considered the political and spiritual aims of German nationalism to be antithetical to international Marxism and the processes of cultural globalization. His party therefore aligned its philosophical precepts with central European populism, or the Volkische Movement, making it understandable to everyday Germans, who feared an impending tyranny under the specter of Communism...

This production is a philosophical analysis of Hitler's universal beliefs and outlook, and is not intended to promote his politics.

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