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  Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP) 1920-1933
Unter der Drohung auszutreten, entschied er Auseinandersetzungen innerhalb der NSDAP für sich.
Schließlich profitierte die NSDAP wie keine andere Partei von der Weltwirtschaftskrise, die einen fruchtbaren Nährboden für antikapitalistische, antiliberale und vor allem für antisemitische Propaganda gegen das "internationale Finanzjudentum" bot.
Eine starke Wählerbewegung zu der politisch noch unverbrauchten NSDAP kam von den konservativ-liberalen Parteien, denen immer weniger Menschen zutrauten, der katastrophalen Wirtschaftskrise Herr werden zu können.
www.dhm.de /lemo/html/weimar/innenpolitik/nsdap/index.html   (1545 words)

  
  National Socialist German Workers Party - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The NSDAP was the main political force in Nazi Germany from the fall of the Weimar Republic in 1933 until the end of World War II in 1945, when it was declared illegal and its leaders were arrested and convicted of crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg Trials.
As a consequence, the DAP was shortly renamed the NSDAP on February 24, 1920.
The NSDAP continued to improve its position in the years thereafter, despite a brief ban in 1932 of the SA (the party's private army).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/NSDAP   (3975 words)

  
 nsdap   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei), better known as the NSDAP or the Nazi Party was a political party that was led to power in Germany by Adolf Hitler in 1933.
The party was the main political force in Nazi Germany from the fall of the Weimar Republic in 1933 until the end of World War II in 1945, when it was declared illegal and its leaders were arrested and convicted of crimes against humanity at the Nuremberg trials.
The forerunner of the NSDAP, the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (German Workers' Party, abbreviated DAP), was founded in 1919 by Munich locksmith and self-styled poet Anton Drexler (together with Gottfried Feder, Dietrich Eckart and Karl Harrer) as one of many völkisch movements that existed in Germany as a result of its defeat in World War I.
www.yourencyclopedia.net /NSDAP.html   (464 words)

  
 The Nazi Party (NSDAP)
In February 1920, the NSDAP published its first programme which became known as the "Twenty-Five Points." In the programme the party refused to accept the terms of the Versailles Treaty and called for the reunification of all German people.
This policy was unsuccessful and in the elections of December 1924 the NSDAP could only win 14 seats compared with the the 131 obtained by the Socialists (German Social Democrat Party) and the 45 of the German Communist Party (KPD).
Hitler began to argue that "capitalists had worked their way to the top through their capacity, and on the basis of this selection they have the right to lead." Hitler claimed that national socialism meant all people doing their best for society and posed no threat to the wealth of the rich.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/Holocaust/nsdap.html   (3790 words)

  
 PlanetPapers - Nazism: How Was it Possible?
The NSDAP (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei), who were in the early 1920s, “a small and not particularly distinctive element in the multifarious and fragmented German volkisch movement” had become by 1936 the ruling organisation of German society.
Part of the NSDAP “Blut und Boden” (Blood and Soil) ideal included the preservation of the sanctity of German soil and protection of the farmer who was to be the backbone of the German people.
NSDAP attracted the youth by portraying the movement as “a dynamic inspirer of youth“ and when contrasted with the “sclerosis of the traditional right” it proved to be an appealing option.
www.planetpapers.com /Assets/3111.php   (4300 words)

  
 Die Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP) als Träger Hitlers Nationalsozialismus im Dritten Reich
Der Hitler-Putsch vom 9.11.1923 gerichtet gegen die bayrische und die Reichsregierung scheiterte, wurde jedoch später von der NSDAP propagandistisch als "Marsch auf die Feldherrnhalle" verherrlicht und zum Gedenktag erklärt.
Während dieser Konsolidierungsphase setzte sich in der NSDAP das Führerprinzip endgültig durch.
Daneben verstärkte die NSDAP ihre Agitation, organisierte massenwirksame Großveranstaltungen wie die Reichsparteitage (Weimar 1926, Nürnberg 1927, 1929), steigerte ihre Attraktivität für bestimmte Kreise durch paramilitärischer Attribute wie Uniformen, Marschmusik und Aufmärsche.
www.shoa.de /nationalsozialismus.html   (1115 words)

  
 Ozseek HSC - www.ozseek.com.au   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The later policy of the NSDAP once it was installed in the Third Reich was often described as anti-capitalist.
Furthermore, because of the emphasis the Nazis placed on anti-Marxism, suspicion arose in some quarters that the growing size of the NSDAP could be attributed to subsidies from those who had the most to lose in the event of a Marxist revolution, Germany’s capitalists.
Identifying the NSDAP with Capitalism may partially explain the passivity that gripped so much of the leftist leadership and rendered it ineffectual in the face of Nazism’s drive for power.
www.ozseek.com.au /notes.php?id=95   (1392 words)

  
 Nationalsozialismus.de » Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (NSDAP)
Ernst Deuerlein (Hg.): Der Aufstieg der NSDAP in Augenzeugenberichten, 4.
Wichtige regionalhistorische Dokumentation mit vielen auch allgemein bedeutsamen Quellen zur Geschichte der NSDAP
Eine Untersuchung zur inneren Struktur der NSDAP in der Weimarer Republik.
www.nationalsozialismus.de /lexikon/nationalsozialistische-deutsche-arbeiterpartei-nsdap   (1223 words)

  
 The Avalon Project : Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression Volume IV - Document No. 2319-PS
The effects of radio propaganda are assured through the organization of radio technicians with the assistance of all technical possibilities as regards transmission, for the coordinating of the entire nation in every corner of the Reich-whether listening in at home, in a community, to a national broadcast.
The Chief of the Reich press of the NSDAP approves all news services and correspondence, which are issued by one of the offices of the NSDAP or regarded as national socialist.
The latter applies especially to the decree of April 25, 1935 relative to "the preservation of the independence of the newspaper publishing business" and to the "closing of newspaper publishing houses for the purpose of eliminating unhealthy conditions of competition." Finally he is commissioned to publish all the standard literature for the national socialist movement.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/imt/document/nca_vol4/2319-ps.htm   (4740 words)

  
 Germany - Hitler and the Rise of National Socialism
Under Hitler's leadership, the NSDAP joined with others on the right in denouncing the Weimar Republic and the "November criminals" who had signed the Treaty of Versailles.
This made the NSDAP the largest party in the Reichstag, far surpassing the SPD with its 133 seats.
After the mid-1932 elections that made the NSDAP Germany's largest party, Papen sought to harness Hitler for the purposes of traditional conservatives by offering him the post of vice chancellor in a new cabinet.
countrystudies.us /germany/38.htm   (1280 words)

  
 1.SS-Panzer-Division Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler
Long before the NSDAP came to power in 1933, during the formative years of its existence, the elite of the party had formed special units whose sole purpose was to guard and protect those in command.
The SA would continue to exist after the NSDAP was disbanded though, although under a new name, the Frontbahn, which was led by Ersnt Röhm while much of the rest of the leadership was in prison.
This rift would eventually lead to the murder of Röhm during the figurative beheading of the power structure of the SA in 1934, during the "Night of the Long Knives" in which a number of SA leaders were eliminated.
www.feldgrau.com /1ss.html   (2203 words)

  
 CHAPTER VI - ORGANIZATION OF THE NAZI PARTY AND STATE
Franz Xaver Schwarz, its Treasurer (Reichsschatzmeister der NSDAP), and its official in charge of party administration, whose affidavit is submitted with the chart.
The Reichsleitung may be said to have represented the horizontal organization of the party according to functions, within which all threads controlling the varied life of the German people met.
Each office within the Reichsleitung of the NSDAP executed definite tasks assigned to it by the Fuehrer, or by the leader of the Party Chancellory (Chef der Parteikanzlei), who in 1945 was Martin Bormann and before him, Rudolph Hess.
fundamentalbass.home.mindspring.com /c2143.htm   (1027 words)

  
 The Avalon Project : Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression Volume IV - Document No. 1708-PS
The program is the political foundation of the NSDAP and accordingly the primary political law of the State.
The Party Program of the NSDAP was proclaimed on the 24 February 1920 by Adolf Hitler at the first large Party gathering in Munich and since that day has remained unaltered.
"Since the NSDAP stands on the platform of private ownership it happens that the passage" gratuitous expropriation concerns only the creation of legal opportunities to expropriate if necessary, land which has been illegally acquired or is not administered from the view-point of the national welfare.
www.yale.edu /lawweb/avalon/imt/document/nca_vol4/1708-ps.htm   (1272 words)

  
 Gau Badges and badges of the NSDAP (Nazi Party)
The mark of a so-called "true patriot," the Golden Party Badge of the NSDAP distinguished the wearer as a pioneer of the National Socialist German Worker's Party, the Nazi Party.
1936 NSDAP badge commemorating the 1934 statement that "Hitler is Germany".
NSDAP "Freedom" badge 1935 shows St George slaying the dragon that represents the Treaty of Versailles, the Jews and the Bolsheviks.
www.diggerhistory.info /pages-badges/gau-badges.htm   (555 words)

  
 Nazi Party (NSDAP)
Jews and other "aliens" would lose their rights of citizenship, and immigration of non-Germans should be brought to an end.
In the programme the party refused to accept the terms of the Versailles Treaty and called for the reunification of all German people.
On 24th February, 1920, the NSDAP (later nicknamed the Nazi Party) held a mass rally where it announced its new programme.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /GERnazi.htm   (6049 words)

  
 Golden Party Badge of the NSDAP
The Golden Party Badge of the NSDAP is regarded by collectors as some of the most attractive and historically significant pieces of Third Reich memorabilia available.
There does not seem to be a single resource for collectors in this specialized area to explain the history and significance of this badge, or a guide to the wide variety of fakes being passed off as expensive originals at auction or shows.
The Golden Party Badge of the NSDAP was authorized by a Hitler decree of October 13, 1933 to honor those Party Members who, as of November 9, 1933, had a registered membership number under 100,000 - provided their party membership had been active and uninterrupted since the NSDAP's re-founding on February 17, 1925.
www.geocities.com /goldpartypin   (949 words)

  
 Alfred Rosenberg Nuremberg Charges
An official German pamphlet entitled, "Dates in the History of the NSDAP", discloses that Rosenberg was a member of the German Labor Party (afterwards the National Socialist German Workers Party) in January 1919, and that Hitler joined forces with Rosenberg and his colleagues in October of the same year (3557-PS).
Rosenberg became a Reichsleiter, the highest level of rank in the Leadership Corps, and was made chief of the Foreign Political Office of the NSDAP in April 1933 (3530-PS).
The Press activities of the APA, designed to influence world opinion in such a manner as to conceal the conspirators' true purposes and thus facilitate the preparation for waging aggressive war, were conducted on an ambitious scale.
www.ess.uwe.ac.uk /genocide/Rosenberg.htm   (6983 words)

  
 Spatial Analysis of the Nazi Party Vote, 1924-33: Identifying and Tracking a Diffusion Process*
In this study I examine NSDAP support in Germany using six analytical steps: a) global indicators of spatial autocorrelation, b) distance and variance patterns, c) local indicators of spatial association, d) directional spatial autocorrelation analysis, d) vector mapping, and e) wombling (barrier identification).
Two key indicators -the estimated turnout of NSDAP voters and the estimated ratio of Protestants who voted for the NSDAP- are spatially examined in this study.
EzI estimates indicate a 3.6% gain to the NSDAP from protestant voters in 1930, the breakthrough election for the party.
www.colorado.edu /IBS/PEC/johno/pub/nazi_long/Pnazi_long.htm   (4156 words)

  
 Hans Frank Testimony at Nuremberg
In that capacity I was appointed Reichsleiter of the NSDAP by Adolf Hitler in 1931.
FRANK: I dealt with legal questions in the interest of Adolf Hitler and the NSDAP and its members during the difficult years of struggle for the victory of the Movement.
There is no special Fdhrer decree for the spheres of activity of the NSDAP in the occupied territories, in which it says that these spheres of activity are directly under Reichsleiter Bormann's jurisdiction.
www.law.umkc.edu /faculty/projects/ftrials/nuremberg/franktest.html   (14834 words)

  
 The Golden Party Badge of the NSDAP
The mark of a so-called "true patriot," the Golden Party Badge of the NSDAP distinguished the wearer as a pioneer of the National Socialist German Worker's Party, the Nazi Party.
Of the 100,000 persons who might have been qualified, the restrictions of active and unbroken membership reduced the number of awards to 22,282: 20,487 men and 1,795 women.
The badge was identical to the basic NSDAP membership pin, with the addition of a ring of gold oakleaves surrounding it.
www.collectinghistory.net /goldenpartybadge   (468 words)

  
 Wehrmacht-Awards.com Militaria Forums - NSDAP Decorations
I consider the 2nd Class NSDAP one of the prettiest and I was lucky enough to obtain a boxed mint one also.
Frank has some very good points., Unfortunately, Souval produced a large number of reproduction 2nd class NSDAP medals and all are like the one you posted.
I think that the NSDAP Cross is a reproduction.
www.wehrmacht-awards.com /forums/showthread.php?t=4910   (756 words)

  
 Hitler and the Rise of National Socialism: German History
Gangs of unemployed demobilized soldiers were gathered under the command of a former army officer, Ernst Roehm, to form the Storm Troops (Sturmabteilung--SA), Hitler's private army.
Chancellor Bruening was unable to secure parliamentary majorities for his austerity policy, so he ruled by decree, a right given him by President Hindenburg.
By late May 1932, Hindenburg had found Bruening insufficiently pliable and named a more conservative politician, Franz von Papen, as his successor.
www.germanculture.com.ua /library/history/bl_hitler_rise_of_nazi.htm   (1298 words)

  
 NSDAP Podium Banner   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
NSDAP Podium Banner, measuring 1.07m x 1.07m, with white border to edges and fringe to bottom edge.
The banner has a maker's label but the details have completely faded over the course of time.
Condition: the banner has been repaired, and has several stains which could most probably be removed by cleaning, should the buyer choose to do so.
www.dasreich.co.uk /cci040_podban.htm   (59 words)

  
 How do you get Nazi from NSDAP? - Stormfront White Nationalist Community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Location: Vancouver, WA The term "Nazi" was never an appropriate translation of the initials NSDAP.
It was not the true accronyms just rather they are still calling the NSDAP, nazis to be a-holes.
The term "Nazi" was never an appropriate translation of the initials NSDAP.
www.stormfront.org /forum/showthread.php?t=86410   (855 words)

  
 National Socialist German Worker's Party (Germany)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Almost all the details of this set of flags are from the 1943 Organisationsbuch der NSDAP ("NSDAP Organisation Book"), published by the Reichsorganisationsleiter der NSDAP, and "not to be sold in the book trade".
Pia 1971 reprinted the color illustrations and Imperial Publications reprinted all of the illustrations in fl and white in The NSDAP in 1990.
A red flag, in the center the golden Party Membership Insignia (Goldenes Ehrenzeichen) which consists of a fl swastika in a white circular disk surrounded by a dark red ring with the inscription "National-Sozialistische D.A.P." in white, surrounded by a gold wreath.
www.crwflags.com /fotw/flags/de}nsdap.html   (857 words)

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