Even though the Nazi Party in Germany broadcast its socialist philosophy loud and clear, many of our intelligentsia and political philosophers (then and now) tend to overlook their honesty in advertising and prefer to dwell on the fascist parts of the Nazi philosophy. Nevertheless, the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (National Socialist German Workers' Party) was what it was. If this sort of thing interests you at all, a recent article by libertarian philosopher Tibor Machan is a must-read: Nietzsche and the Nazis.
My father, who experienced both Communism and Nazism first-hand, through his years in Siberia, Poland, and Germany, made it clear to me that the only real difference between the two systems was the rhetoric. There was no practical difference to the average citizen. You were just as likely to be shot or persecuted (or simply just to starve to death) in one system as the other. I wish that the bozos in Ottawa and Washington, who seem hell-bent on taking us further and further to the left could understand this. The answer, of course, is not to go further and further to the right either, but to maximize freedom of both the individual and of the economy via libertarianism.