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Hitler's fanatical and oppressive political party in World War II Germany


a member of Hitler's fanatical and oppressive political party in World War II Germany

or more rarely:

derogatory term for a person who is fanatical in their belief of superiority and their determination to control others
  • Grandma lost both her parents to the Nazis before she and her brother managed to escape.
    Chapter 1 (29% in)
  • Across the screen marched old photos of Nazi concentration camp victims, corpses; stacked like cordwood, and dead-eyed survivors.
    Chapter 2 (5% in)
  • The photograph of a Nazi colonel, standing sharply at attention, flashed by.
    Chapter 2 (11% in)
  • They're Nazis.
    Chapter 8 (89% in)
  • Nazis!
    Chapter 8 (89% in)
  • There will always be Nazis among us.
    Chapter 8 (95% in)
  • Rabbi Boruch, Shmuel, and another man Hannah did not know conferred hastily with the Nazi chief, the one with all the medals.
    Chapter 9 (3% in)
  • They were a violent punctuation to all those undistinguishable sentences, as if Shmuel wanted to shake his fist in the Nazi's face but didn't dare.
    Chapter 9 (6% in)
  • "The Nazis will," Hannah said suddenly.
    Chapter 9 (18% in)
  • "All will be taken care of," said the Nazi colonel, interrupting smoothly.
    Chapter 9 (54% in)
  • About the brutal Nazis and the six million dead Jews.
    Chapter 9 (95% in)
  • And then the Nazis set fire to the building.
    Chapter 10 (83% in)
  • I will not tell them that the Nazis often lied and said people were going to take showers when they took them to be killed.
    Chapter 11 (78% in)

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