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 Austrian National Socialism - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This was a collection of laborers, apprentices, and unionists from the railroads, mines and textile industries, who upheld nationalism as a result of their conflicts with the non-German speaking portions of the workforce, especially in the railway systems.
The Austrian DNSAP split into two factions in 1923, the Deutschsozialen Verein (German Social Association) led by Dr. Walter Riehl, and the Schulz-Gruppe.
Franko Stein of Eger (Cheb) and an apprentice bookbinder Ludwig Vogel of Brüx organized the Deutschnationaler Arbeiterbund (German National Workers' League) in 1893. /wiki/Austrian_National_Socialism   (420 words)

 Wikinfo National Socialism
Nationalism and socialism as a political force was born in France and born in one man Jean Jacques Rousseau.
National Socialism is a revolutionary ideology, movement, phenomena that combines nationalist ideals with socialist ideals as a matter of social change for the re-organization and progress of a society.
In the mid to late 1920s the term national socialism was occasionally used by Trotsky as an epithet to describe Stalin and Bukharin's theory of socialism in one country. /wiki.php?title=National_Socialism   (2519 words)

 National Socialist Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Since the rise of German Nazism, which called itself "National Socialism", the term has been used in Europe and North America almost exclusively by political parties with racial nationalist views, for whom the "socialist" part of their name is no more than an empty baggage carried over from pre-Nazi times.
Because there is no clear definition of national socialism, the term has been used to mean very different things.
However, in other parts of the world, which had little contact with German Nazism, the term "National Socialism" is sometimes used by parties that define themselves as socialist and patriotic, without being racist in any way. /wiki/National_Socialist   (281 words)

 National Socialism. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
National Socialism made its appeal not to an economic class but rather to the insecure and power-hungry elements of society.
With the Allied victory National Socialism was outlawed in Germany.
For the coming to power of National Socialism and the history of Germany under its rule, see Germany. /65/na/NatlSoci.html   (1193 words)

 National Socialist German Workers Party Encyclopedia Article @ (Launch Base)
As the Nazis were now operating on a national level, The position of Reichsleiter (Reich Leader), was intended for the most senior of Nazis who were part of the inner circle.
Early regulations required that all Wehrmacht members be non-political, and therefore any National Socialist member joining in the 1930s was required to resign from the Nazi Party.
As a consequence, the DAP was shortly renamed the NSDAP on February 24, 1920. /encyclopedia/National_Socialist_German_Workers_Party   (2671 words)

 What is Austrian Economics
The debate between the Austrians and the socialists continued for the next decade and beyond, and, until the collapse of world socialism in 1989, academics had long thought that the debate was resolved in favor of the socialists.
The story of the Austrian School begins in the fifteenth century, when the followers of St. Thomas Aquinas, writing and teaching at the University of Salamanca in Spain, sought to explain the full range of human action and social organization.
Socialism permits no private property or exchange in capital goods, and thus no way for resources to find their most highly valued use. /etexts/austrian.asp   (2808 words)

 GI -- World War II Commemoration
National Socialism was not grounded in a well-formulated ideology.
The intersection and mutual reinforcement of two social crises in Europe in the early 20th century contributed to the rise of both fascism and National Socialism.
The nation's anxieties and confusion were exacerbated by the vindictive terms of the Treaty of Versailles and by the fear that the Bolshevik revolution in Russia would spread to Germany. /wwii/wwii_national.html   (1820 words)

 National Socialism primer
National Socialism is dynamic and progressive, fostering all types of creative work which contribute to the health, happiness, or safety of the Race and Nation, and mandates proper compensation in living wages, prestige, and social services for farmers, artisans, and laborers.
National Socialism endorses the "leadership principle," or the idea that a Nation is best governed by those most capable of guiding his or her fellow citizens and providing for their common needs and wants.
National Socialism represents the most sound means of assuring the biological and cultural rejuvenation and progression of the White, or Aryan, race. /ns/nsprimer.html   (6776 words) Nazism Article
Nazism' or Hitlerism or National Socialism (German Nationalsozialismus) is the totalitarian ideology of the dictatorship which ruled Germany from 1933 to 1945: the 'Third Reich'.
As the National Socialist in the name NSDAP suggests, the party's primary motivation was to incorporate previously international resources into the Reich by force, rather than by trade (compare to the international socialism as practiced by the Soviet Union and the COMECON trade organization).
Primo Levi suggested another difference between socialism and Nazism: while both had their idea of what kind of parasitic classes or races society ought to be rid of, he saw the former to determine them by a social position (which people may change within their life), while the latter assign a place given by birth. /nazism.html   (5567 words)

 The Avalon Project : Judgement : The Invasion of Austria
The relationship between the two countries steadily worsened, and finally the Austrian Chancellor Schuschnigg was persuaded by the defendant von Papen and others to seek a conference with Hitler, which took place at Berchtesgaden on the 12th February, 1938.
The National Socialist movement in Austria however continued its illegal activities under cover of secrecy; and the National Socialists of Germany gave the Party active support.
On the 9th March, 1938, in an attempt to preserve the independence of his country, Dr. Schuschnigg decided to hold a plebiscite on the question of Austrian independence, which was fixed for the 13th March, 1938. /lawweb/avalon/imt/proc/judaus.htm   (1211 words)

 Sudeten German National Socialist Party: Encyclopedia topic
The Sudetendeutsche nationalsozialistische Partei or Sudeten German National Socialist Party was created when the new state of Czechoslovakia (Czechoslovakia: A former republic in central Europe; divided into Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993) outlawed the DNSAP (DNSAP: austrian national socialism was a pan-germanic movement that was formed at the beginning...
They formed the core of Austrian National Socialism before the dissolution of the Dual Monarchy.
The history of this party is centred on the cities of Eger (which is German for Cheb (Cheb: cheb (german: eger) is a city of about 32,000 inhabitants in the karlovy vary region... /reference/sudeten_german_national_socialist_party   (323 words)

 The Nazi Network in Linz - T.Dostal
Of course the Austrian national socialists were far too weak and quarrelsome to take control of the state on their own.
Thus National Socialism in Austria not only benefited from massive material and moral support from the Third Reich, but also from a weak and divided defensive front by the „Austro-Fascist“ government and its police and justice departments.
This could only be achieved through intervention and occupation by the German Reich. /archiv/sammelband/dostal_e.html   (79 words)

 Wikinfo Rudolf Jung
Rudolf Jung (April 16, 1882 - December 11, 1945) was an instrumental force and agitator of Austrian National Socialism and, later on, became a member of the daughter party German Nazi Party.
Rudolf Jung was born in Plasy and was a native of Jihlava, a town fractured by national antagonisms.
He brought with him a National Socialist Program which he undoubtedly shared with the DAP party in Munich under the leadership of Anton Drexler and Adolf Hitler. /wiki.php?title=Rudolf_Jung   (461 words)

 The Avalon Project : Nuremberg Trial Proceedings Vol. 2 - Eighth Day
The principal concessions are contained in the official Austrian communiqué of the reorganization of the Cabinet and the general political amnesty, dated 16 February 1938.
Consequently the national Ministers, Seyss-Inquart, and the others are being requested immediately to hand in their resignations to the Chancellor, and also to ask the Chancellor to resign.
That communiqué announced a reorganization of the Austrian Cabinet, including, most significantly, the appointment of the Defendant Seyss-Inquart to the position of Minister of Security and Interior, where he would have control of the police. /lawweb/avalon/imt/proc/11-29-45.htm   (13762 words)

 The Sick Socialist Swastika is exposed !
The right-facing version of the swastika was used by the National Socialist German Workers’ Party because it highlighted the swastika& overlapping “S” shape, the first letter in the word “socialism” to symbolize socialist groups coming together in one large party.
The swastika is an overlapping sig rune used by the National Socialist German Workers' Party to symbolize "socialism."
EU justice and interior ministers are to discuss a possible ban on symbols of the National Socialist German Workers' Party in the light of a recent scandal over Prince Harry of Britain wearing a socialist swastika at a costume party, as part of proposed rules across the 25-nation bloc. /rex/swastikanews.html   (3824 words)

 Ústí nad Labem, Czech Republic, The
On November 15, 1903, the "Deutsche Arbeiterpartei in Österreich" was formed; it would become the basis for the Sudeten German National Socialist Party and Austrian National Socialism.
Ústí was the center for early German National socialism.
Not far from Ústí is the village of Chlumec, where, on August 29-30 1813, a battle took place between the French under Vandamme and an allied army of Austrians, Prussians and Russians. /c3047-n51--st-nad-labem-czech-republic-the.html   (315 words)

 History at UBC -- Event Record
“Friedrich Rainer and the Paradox of Austrian National Socialism
Maurice Williams, Topic: “Friedrich Rainer and the Paradox of Austrian National Socialism”, History Colloquium
Maurice Williams of University of British Columbia Okanagan will present his paper, topic TBA, in Buchanan Tower Rms. /events.php?pk_eventid=43   (41 words) From UFOs to Yoga
Myatt's "religion of National Socialism" owes much to Savitri Devi, the grand dame of postwar neo-Nazism, who had traveled from her native France to India as a young woman.
"I realized that National Socialism [was] actually a new religion," said Rockwell, who considered April 20th the holiest day of the calendar year.
A crucial difference, the author maintains, is the shift from the virulent German nationalism of the Third Reich to a broader racist ideology of global white supremacy. /intel/intelreport/article.jsp?aid=94   (1276 words)

 Goebbels New Year Address for 1939
They were also unable to believe in the victory of National Socialism while the National Socialist movement was still fighting for power.
The voice of the nation reached them as they sat in the prisons or concentration camps that Austrian clericalism, with its pure Christian neighborly love, had established.
We have a common fatherland and serve common national goals. /academic/cas/gpa/goeb16.htm   (1875 words)

 H-Net Review: Daniel Unowsky on Seedtime for Fascism: The Disintegration of Austrian Political Culture, 1867-1918
According to the book, national socialism, "a sense of belongingness founded in rooted national communities combined with the need for social security that was promised by the political leadership within those same communities," was the result of the acceptance of socialism by adherents of "national communities," like Karl Lueger and Karl Vogelsang.
This national socialism, supposedly evident at the turn of the century and later promoted by the "lugubrious Adolf Hitler," overwhelmed the international socialism advocated by social democrats (pp.
For example, when discussing the change from the "Austrian idea" to the "nation-state idea," the author writes: "in terms of national identity, being Austrian was a state of mind, an attitude stemming from emotionally embracing a perspective within the context of an idea resting in history" (p. /reviews/showrev.cgi?path=18186902430532   (1485 words)

 Franz Von Papen
What the nation demands is this: it expects of a movement which has written upon its banner the internal and external national freedom that it will act, at all times and under all circumstances, as if it were the spiritual, social and political conscience of the nation.
After the victory of the National Socialistic Revolution, the National Socialistic German Labor Party is the bearer of the concept of the German State and is inseparably the state.
Von Papen knew that the presence of the Austrian Legion in Germany in itself produced incidents, and that the Austrian Nazi movement was dependent on German support. /jsource/Holocaust/Papen.html   (10846 words)

 AMPP: German Socialism
As is the case with socialism of the Marxist-Leninist variety, the essential lesson of German National Socialism is that collectivism kills, and that the lawless state - in whatever form - is the real enemy.''
The Swiss National Bank, as well as the Bank for International Settlements, based in Switzerland, openly carried out gold transactions between neutral central banks and the Reichsbank during the war, thus facilitating the Nazi war effort.
High on the list of those now needing to explain their war-time and post-war actions are the Swiss commercial banks (represented by the Swiss Bankers Association), the Swiss National Bank and, as it is increasingly perceived, even the Swiss nation. /ampp/naziism.html   (19547 words)

 Bibliography of the History of Germany and the Habsburg Empire
McRandle, James H. The Track of the Wolf, Essays on National Socialism and Its Leader, Adolf Hitler.
Health, Race and German Politics between National Unification and Nazism, 1870-1945.
National Socialist Rule in Germany: The Führer State, 1933-1945. /tfox/Germbibl.htm   (9911 words)

 Trials of German Major War Criminals: Volume 1
In the pact of 11th July, 1936, Germany agreed not to influence directly or indirectly the internal affairs of Austria, including the matter of Austrian National Socialism.
This amnesty was duly announced by the Austrian Government, and thousands of Nazis were released, and the first penetration of Deutsche-Nationals into the Austrian Government was accomplished by the appointment of justice Guido Schmidt as Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs and Dr.
With respect to the Austrian conflict, this is such a case, since Schuschnigg is the most important witness. /hweb/imt/tgmwc/tgmwc-01/tgmwc-01-07-06.shtml   (3406 words)

 Rassinier: The Real Eichmann Trial
Through his family's contact with Kaltenbrunner, then leader of Austrian National Socialism at Linz, he became a salaried member of the Party at Passau, in Germany, because such activities were specifically forbidden to him in Austria.
Furthermore, at the time when these crimes were committed, there could be no question of victims of Israelite nationality because the State of Israel did not exist.
It all rests on the fact that a few socialist nations today, and others, spread calumnies about me. They wanted to place their guilt on me or humiliate me for reasons which escape me. A certain element of the press has been, regarding these incredible and false assertions, making suggestive propaganda for fifteen years. /miscella/eichmann.html   (8748 words)

 History Department at the University of Central Florida
Hitler and the Forgotten Nazis: A History of Austrian National Socialism.
"Prelude to Disaster: The Evolution of Austrian Fascism," in On the Origin and Evolution of European Fascism, Claremont, Cal: the Family of Benjamin Z. Gould Center for Humanistic Studies, 1995, 43-58.
"Anti-Semitism and the Austrian Nazi Party," in Austria in the Thirties: Culture and Politics, Riverside, Cal.: Ariadne Press, 1991, 25-47. /history/faculty_pauley.php   (508 words)

 National Socialism - Mises Institute
Drawing on his prewar experience in Vienna, watching the rise of the national socialists in Germany (the Nazis), who would eventually take over his own homeland, he set out to draw parallels between the Russian and German experience with socialism.
"The state bureaucrats, therefore, apply these laws rigidly and mechanically, without regard for the vital interests of essential parts of the national economy.
They both sported the same ideological pedigree of socialism. /story/47   (1254 words)

 Austrian National Fund for the Victims of National Socialism
According to the latest report of the Austrian National Fund for the Victims of National Socialism, a total of 23,296 persons in 65 countries have received assistance through the fund.
Austrian National Fund for the Victims of National Socialism
Contact: Austrian Information Service, Washington D.C. Date: January 20, 1999 /press/105.html   (93 words)

 Economic Theorie?! - Stormfront White Nationalist Community
National Socialism, Austrian Economics and some forms of mixed economy appeare to be the most prevailent theories on Stormfront.
There's no more worthy cause to get us off our asses than the future generations of our race!
Where can one read more about those theories? /forum/showthread.php?t=175050   (268 words)

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