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Nazi
used in Unbroken - adapted for young adults

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

or:

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
  • By comparison, only 1 percent of Americans held by the Nazis and Italians died.
    p. 228.5
  • Adolf Hitler and his militaristic, ferociously anti-Semitic Nazi party were in power, and their presence was everywhere.
    p. 33.1
  • Louie, who knew nothing about the Nazis, had never heard of him.
    p. 37.0
  • On the building, Louie spotted a Nazi flag that he thought would make a swell souvenir.
    p. 37.5
  • The one thing Louie knew about Nazis was that they were anti-Semitic, so he gave his name in an exaggeratedly Italian fashion.
    p. 37.9
  • Finding the suitcases of the Nazi envoy, they shredded the clothes, soaked them in mud and oil, and repacked them with notes signed "Winston Churchill."
    p. 179.9

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