Nazi Collaboration in Mexico in WWII

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The clip shows a few details of how Mexicans collaborated with the Nazis and had sympathy for Nazi Germany during the first part of WWII. Mexican audiences used to applaud the Nazis in newsreels shown in the cinemas. Mexico did eventually declare war on Nazi Germany, because the Americans leaned hard on them, but they did not contribute much to the war effort directly.

Widespread Nazi sympathy and collaboration did not stop at the US/Mexico border and this sympathy helps explain some similarities of the La Raza / Chicano nationalist movements with the symbols and concepts of Nazism. Mexican ethnic nationalists aligned with Marxists in the United States after the war, however, and that explains why La Raza / Chicano-ism have features of both Nazi-like, ultra nationalism and neo-Marxism.

Jose Vasconcelos, who appears in this clip, developed the mestizo racialist concept of “La Raza” and documented it in his book…

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