16 Dec 2019 #31
He publically condemned communism and painted himself as the man who could protect Europe against Bolshevik Communism.
That's why he was a national SOCIALIST, he never wanted to take the economy, the industry over, that's why the firm owners and rich supported him as did the poor and lower class Germans...kind of a social market economy in a way.....he was a socialist but wanted all the stuff only for GERMANS or those he deemed as true Germans.
That kind of socialism was killed in '45.
Today most socialists are of the globalist/internationalist sort...
But as I said you can see the national socialism coming back...but today it's called often "rightist populism"!