Volksgemeinschaft

Volksgemeinschaft is a German-language expression meaning `people`s community`. This expression originally became popular during World War I as Germans rallied in support of the war, and it appealed to the idea of breaking down elitism and uniting people across class divides to achieve a national purpose. At first it was used in both democratic......
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Volksgemeinschaft

(from the article `fascism`) Hitler envisioned the ideal German society as a Volksgemeinschaft, a racially unified and hierarchically organized body in which the interests of ... ...clearly that the changes would be fundamental and come at the expense of Germany`s racial enemies. Racially superior Germans were to be gathered ... [2 r...
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Volksgemeinschaft

national community or civilian population; public support (see Kameradschaft).
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Volksgemeinschaft

national community or civilian population; public support (see Kameradschaft).
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Volksgemeinschaft

People's Community--a concept that means national solidarity; popular ethnic community; classless volk community.
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