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politics of fear

The Nazi regime promoted a fear-based worldview that Germany was under attack from both internal and external enemies, such as Jews, Communists, and other perceived racial and political enemies. Fear was an essential element of Nazi propaganda used to rationalize many discriminatory and authoritarian policies of the regime.

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