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To refute these slanders, understanding Nazism is important.It was reprinted in the “late-sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries, but had limited impact on the general population.” Later, the Nazis republished the book and selectively used it without fully embracing Luther or his writings.To understand Luther’s impact on National Socialism, it is important to take a close look at the National Socialist views of Luther.Technically, this claim is correct, but it overlooks the fact that in condemning the uselessness of ideologies, the Nazis embraced the idea of “Weltanschauung,” or worldview.
This, they argued, was far more powerful than an ideology because it united ideas with action.
These are found in many works and given a semi-authoritative status in the writings of the chief Nazi ideologue Alfred Rosenberg (1893–1946).
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