1.Nazi was a party in Germany.
2.Nazis held massive rallies and public meetings to demonstrate the support for Hitler and instill a sense of unity  among the people.
3.Hitler came to power and immediately took steps to establish an undemocratic and autocratic rule and dismantle all democratic institutions like Parliament.
4.He arrested the political opponents,especially the Communists and putting them in concentrated camps.
5.On 2 March 1933,the famous Enabling act was passed.This act established dictatorship in Germany.
6. All political parties and trade unions were banned except for Nazi Party and its affiliates.
7 Special surveillance and security forces were created to control and order society in ways that the Nazis wanted.
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1. a salvage operation:
2. a victory for conservative, racist and militaristic nationalism;
3. the triumph of amoral, bureaucratic technocracy;
4. a revolution of lower, middle-class resentment and avarice;
5. an unprecedented, collective explosion of the diseased, racist German psyche;
6. an expression of anarchic mass democracy in a postindustrial mass society;
7. a modern experiment in totalitarian rule- along with fascism and communism.