Were the Nazis socialists? | why TIKhistory is wrong

Were the Nazis socialists? Popular Youtuber TIKhistory claims they were, but the overwhelming majority of mainstream economists and historians, from the Nazi era to the current day, disagrees. These videos address TIK’s arguments.

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