yes, Venezuela and Argentina. Argentina was a booming capitalist society pre ww2. it was one of the top countries for wealth and industry. it was ruined by socialism and the attending corruption.
the thing about hitler is that everyone knew what he believed. they just didn't think that he could implement his beliefs. it couldn't happen to them. if you remove what happened with the jews and just look at the policy implementation it was not so different from what is happening here. the nazi party was a socialist party. by the time they had implemented all of the social welfare programs, including fully implementing national health care, they people didn't really care as long as they had their stuff.
Germany started with their social welfare programs in the late 1800's. it took a couple of generations for the people to be come totally dependent on the state. they started with small things like SSI, extended unemployment, and covering medical. by the 30's the unions ran the country and they truly had universal health care.
england started their social welfare system in the early 1900's. now it's fully implemented and the people don't bother to vote as long as nothing is threatening their free stuff. let someone talk about reforming the system and people turn out on the streets.
the riots in greece are about "benefits". the country is broke, but the people want their free stuff.