There are several differences that can be noted between those two political philosophies. Socialism itself focuses on helping everyone, it is a globalist ideal that everyone should be uplifted at the expense of the indigenous people. While National Socialism focuses on uplifting its own people, its own ethnic group sometimes at the expense of others (territorial expansion = the losers lose territory meanwhile the winners gain territory, see Poland). Socialism focuses on getting money to the people whether they've done anything or not. While National Socialism seems to focus on helping people get back to work, and reward them for having large families and being productive citizens, et cetera. Care to note any more?