The ideological basis of the Nazi regime (1933-1945) was racial struggle. National Socialism proclaimed that people of different races are not equal in their intellectual and physical characteristics. The dominant race was declared to be the Germanic peoples of Northern and Central Europe (Germans, Austrians, Danes, Norwegians).
The enemies of the “master race” were called the Slavs, Jews and Gypsies, in the opinion of the Nazis, who were incapable of constructive labor and creativity, and therefore subject to destruction or assimilation.
Nazi ideology, based on a number of pseudoscientific theories, led to the outbreak of World War II and was declared criminal at the Nuremberg Tribunal (1946).
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