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Nazis & socialism
The two most infamous socialist regimes of the 20th century were the [[Bolsheviks]], headed by [[Vladimir Lenin]],<ref></ref> and the [[Nazi Party|National Socialist German Workers' Party]] (Nazi Party), headed by [[Adolf Hitler]].<ref></ref> The schism between these two competing ideologies for global mastery resulted in [[World War II]].
Both [[Communism]] and [[Nazism]] are [[totalitarian]] or [[statist]], subverting the rights of individuals to the [[collective]] of a [[single party]]. The Nazi Party, however, was anti-marxist and on the far-right. Hitler included the word socialist in the party’s name to “to convert German workers away from Marxist Socialism.”<ref>[ United States Memorial Holocaust Museum] </ref> For the Nazis [[Jewish]] capitalists were the main oppressor and responsible for all societal woes. Contemporary American Nazi sympathizers substitute also strive for a race war for class conflict.
The [[Second World War]] was a life and death struggle between two interpretations of socialism - both atheistic and subverting the rights of individuals to the state, one considering "equality" to apply only to members of a nation or race, the other [[multicultural]] and [[globalist]]. After the [[United States]] assisted the [[communist]] victory over [[National Socialism]] (see [[Popular Front liberalism]]), the [[Cold War]] was an effort to suppress the spread of global communism. Socialists consider all forms of [[capitalism]] as "[[fascist]]" (see [[Antifa]]).