Definitions

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  • adj. Of, or relating to, Adolf Hitler or his regime or policy.
  • n. Someone in Adolf Hitler's regime.

Etymologies

Named for Adolf Hitler, German politician and founder of the Nazi party. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • The idea that the invasion was a catalyst for the Soviet people, igniting their traditional patriotism, which was then intensified by Hitler’s savage treatment of them, is, like the notion of Hitlerite brutalism in the zone, largely a Stalinist myth.

    Deathride

  • Some might argue that the "Hitlerite" talk is something of a case study in framing, in which commentators 'biases and personal points of view determine how a conflict is angled and spun-in headlines, on blogs, at dinner tables.

    CJR

  • The reversal of the "Hitlerite" charge-the casting of Hamas as the new Nazis, as Goldberg's title trumpeted-is disturbing, for a reason that Goldberg himself expounded upon:

    CJR

  • German and Soviet (why don't we say Hitlerite and Russian?) munitions production post-1940 was comparable.

    Orwell and War Socialism, Bryan Caplan | EconLog | Library of Economics and Liberty

  • Harry Turtledove, our most prolific chronicler of “alternate history”, imagines that the dying Hitlerite regime lived on as a post-war resistance movement.

    Stromata Blog:

  • The setting seems, at first, like a reification of the Hitlerite world view: tall, blonde warriors presided over by a living goddess subjugating swarthy, primitive dwarves.

    Stromata Blog:

  • What Stalin fictionalized as a starkly contrasted black and white of Hitlerite brutality and murder directed against the abstraction of the Soviet people was in reality a complex mosaic of motivations and fears, sometimes converging or complementary, sometimes bitterly opposed.

    Deathride

  • Insofar as they reckoned on any adverse consequences for the Czechs, they figured that demonstrations of Hitlerite brutality would only inflame the population, radicalize them, make them more resistant.

    Deathride

  • In the Stalinist mythos, not only were the natives roused to revolt by Hitlerite savagery, but they were extremely successful, and had the support of the vast majority of the oppressed peoples.

    Deathride

  • It is impossible not to conclude that in planning the assassination of a relatively minor Hitlerite, the British simply did not care what the consequences were: they had decided that killing Heydrich would send a message to the leadership and proceeded accordingly.

    Deathride

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