Meaning of Nazidom in English:



See Nazi

‘Now that's the cold disconcerting face of anti-smoker Nazidom right there in all it's brutal simplicity.’
  • ‘The twin cancers of Nazidom and Soviet-style communism have been destroyed.’
  • ‘The first experiments in the Collective under Marxism and Nazidom assumed that the individual must be sacrificed as a tool for the State.’
  • ‘Bad as he was, Hitler was not the arch-villain of Nazidom; his lieutenant Josef Goebbels was.’
  • ‘A claustrophobic journey into Nazidom, the likes we have rarely seen before.’
  • ‘This was not at all unusual in pictures made by Hollywood about Nazidom during the 1930s through the end of World War II.’