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1 What was the Enabling Act?
2 Who was the propounder of the theory-'Survival of the Fittest'?
3 According to Hitler, how could an ideal German society be formed?
4 Explain the term 'Lebensraum' in the context of Germany.
5 Name the races besides Jews who were considered as subhuman by the


Answered by rashmiranjankhuntia9

1•The Enabling Act of 1933, formally titled Gesetz zur Behebung der Not von Volk und Reich, was a law that gave the German Cabinet—in effect, the Chancellor—the power to enact laws without the involvement of the Reichstag, and to override fundamental aspects of the Weimar Constitution.

2•Darwin borrowed the term from English sociologist and philosopher Herbert Spencer, who first used it in his 1864 book Principles of Biology.

3•The political views of Adolf Hitler have presented historians and biographers with some difficulty. His writings and methods were often adapted to need and circumstance, although there were some steady themes, including antisemitism, anti-communism, anti-parliamentarianism, German Lebensraum belief in the superiority of an "Aryan race" and an extreme form of German nationalism. Hitler personally claimed he was fighting against "Jewish Marxism".

4•Literally translated, Lebensraum means "living. space," and when interpreted by anyone in Germany it is taken to indi- cate all that which is necessary for guaranteeing the life and development. of the German people-physically, politically, and economically.

5•Everyone came to feel that the rise of Nazi Germany could be partly traced back to the German experience at the end of the. First World War.

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