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  Nazi Party – FREE Nazi Party Information | Encyclopedia.com: Find Nazi Party Research
Though the failed Beer Hall Putsch diminished the party's influence, the effects of the Great Depression brought millions of new members, and in 1932 the party became the largest bloc in the Reichstag.
After Hitler was named chancellor in 1933, he obtained passage of the Enabling Act, and his government declared the Nazi party to be the only political party in Germany and required bureaucrats to become members.
The party controlled virtually all activities in Germany until Germany's defeat in World War II (1945), after which the party was banned.
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  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.
By 1923, the Nazi party and the SA stormtroopers were considered almost one and the same with the first Nazi paramilitary ranks, those being the ranks and insignia of the Sturmabteilung, in use.
Nazi Flags: The Nazi party used a right-facing swastika as their symbol and the red and fl colors were said to represent Blut und Boden (blood and soil).
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 Nazism in relation to other concepts - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Nazi leaders were opposed to the Marxist idea of class conflict and opposed the idea that capitalism should be abolished and that workers should control the means of production.
The Nazi Party did not have party congresses in which policy was deliberated upon and concessions made to different factions.
Nazi theory said that because the nation was the expression of the race, the greatness of a race could be evaluated according to a race's ability and desire to acquire a large homeland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Socialism_and_Nazism   (2443 words)

 British Nazi Party   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Organization of the Nazi Party and State Document examining the structure of the party and its affiliated organizations and its integration with the state.
Nazi Party (NSDAP) A history of the party in the 1920s and early 1930s, with texts from contemporary leaflets and news articles and a table of the representation of parties in the Reichstag from 1920 to 1933.
Nazi Propaganda (Pre-1933 Material) Translations of Nazi propaganda material from the period before Hitler took power including a large selection of work by Joseph Goebbels.
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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.
It improved its position in the years thereafter, despite a brief ban in 1932 of the S.A (the party's private army) and in the elections of 1932 the party reached a total of 13.75 million votes and became the largest voting bloc in the Reichstag.
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 Nazi Propaganda (1933-1945)
The 1936 Nazi farmers rally: Agriculture for the Nazi cause.
Ceremonies for the youth: Nazi rites of passage from 1939.
Nazi commemoration of the war dead: A sample speech from 1944.
www.calvin.edu /academic/cas/gpa/ww2era.htm   (2538 words)

 The Nazi Party (NSDAP)
Adolf Hitler knew that the growth in the party was mainly due to his skills as an orator and in the autumn of 1921 he challenged Anton Drexler for the leadership of the party.
Later Nazi historians were to claim that the reason Hitler left the scene so quickly was because he had to rush an injured young boy to the local hospital.
The German Social Democrat Party was the largest party in the Reichstag, it did not have a majority over all the other parties, and the SPD leader, Hermann Mueller, had to rely on the support of others to rule Germany.
www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org /jsource/Holocaust/nsdap.html   (3790 words)

 The Political Rise of the Nazi Party in Pre-War Germany - part 2
In January 1925 the ban on the Nazi Party was removed and Hitler regained permission to speak in public.
Though the Nazi Party won only twelve seats in the 1928 elections, the onset of the Great Depression with its devastating effects on the middle classes helped Hitler to win over all those strata in German society who felt their economic existence was threatened.
The Nazi party continued to portray the Jews as the cause of unemployment (30.8%) and inflation.
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 Holocaust Timeline: The Rise of the Nazi Party
The Nazi Party seemed doomed to fail and its leaders, including Hitler, were subsequently jailed and charged with high treason.
The SA was the paramilitary unit of the Party, a propaganda arm that became known for its strong arm tactics of street brawling and terror.
Party propaganda proved effective at winning over university students, veterans' organizations, and professional groups, although the Party became increasingly identified with young men of the lower middle classes.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /holocaust/timeline/nazirise.htm   (1158 words)

 Propaganda in Nazi Germany
By May 1933, the Nazi Party felt sufficiently strong to publicly demonstrate where their beliefs were going when Goebbels organised the first of the infamous book burning episodes.
Therefore, those who had supported the Nazis needed to be informed on how correct their choice was with an emphasis on the strength of the party and the leadership.
Those who opposed the Nazi Party had to be convinced that it was pointless continuing with their opposition.
www.historylearningsite.co.uk /propaganda_in_nazi_germany.htm   (1023 words)

 Nazi Party --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Under the leadership of Adolf Hitler, the party came to power in Germany in 1933 and governed by totalitarian methods until 1945.
The National Party was long dedicated to policies of apartheid and white supremacy, but by the early 1990s it had begun moving toward sharing power with South Africa's fl majority.
It was the first party of imperial Germany to cut across class and state lines, but because it represented the Roman Catholics, who were concentrated in southern and western Germany, it was unable to win a parliamentary majority.
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 American Nazi Party   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The American Nazi Party is an American Neo-Nazi political party formed in February 1959 under the leadership of George Lincoln Rockwell, and currently chaired by Rocky Suhayda.
The organization is based largely upon the ideals and policies of the NSDAP in Germany during the first half of the 20th century.
Poked fun of in the 1980 movie The Blues Brothers, the American Nazi Party is largely regarded as extremist, even for a fascist organisation.
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 Homosexuality and the Nazi Party
As the badge used by the Nazis to designate homosexuals in the concentration camps, the pink triangle perfectly expresses the message of "gay rights." That message is that homosexuals are currently and historically victims of irrational prejudice and that those who oppose homosexuality are hateful bigots.
Since long before the Nazis, homosexuals had generally lived clandestine lives, so it was not unusual for revelations of their conduct to come as a surprise to their communities when it became a police matter.
Ernst Roehm wasn't shot because the Nazi Party felt outraged by the abrupt discovery that he was "having" his storm troopers-that had been known for ages; but because his sway over the SA had become a menace to Hitler.
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 AllRefer.com - Adolf Hitler : The Nazi Party (German History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
In 1920 the German Workers' party was renamed the National Socialist German Workers, or Nazi, party; in 1921 it was reorganized with Hitler as chairman.
Leading Bavarian officials (themselves discontented nationalists) were surrounded at a meeting in a Munich beer hall by the Nazi militia, or storm troopers, and made to swear loyalty to this "revolution." On regaining their freedom they used the Reichswehr [army] to defeat the coup.
Under the tutelage of Hitler and Gregor Strasser, aided by Josef Goebbels and from 1928 by Hermann Goering, the party grew slowly until the economic depression, beginning in 1929, brought it mass support.
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 Nazi Party in Germany
The Nazi movement was an ideological movement founded in 1919 and led by Adolf Hitler.
The party's platform of twenty five objectives, published in 1920, was formulated by Hitler and Anton Drexler and included militaristic, nationalistic, social, economic, and antisemitic clauses.
Founded on January 5, 1919, the Nazi party had its origins in the Political Workers' Circle, a small right-wing group that started its activity in November 1918 under the leadership of Anton Drexler.
www.germanculture.com.ua /library/weekly/aa012400b.htm   (254 words)

 Nazi & Soviet Art
While the Nazi and Soviet political movements were undoubtedly among the most vile developments of the 20th century, they inspired works of art which have the ability to expose some of the best and worst that art can achieve.
The pair of statues The Party and The Army stood outside the entrance of Hitler's Reich Chancellery.
Their use of "folk art" styles involved a certain sort of cynical "talking down" to the people they considered to be "poor dumb peasants" who were unaware of their class interests and had to be "fixed" by exposure to crude and blunt messages like this.
www.goodart.org /artofnz.htm   (1218 words)

 Nazi Party (NSDAP)
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.
One particularly brutal Nazi I worked for at a rubber plant during the war was put back in charge of that same plant.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /GERnazi.htm   (6046 words)

 American Nazi Party   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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Five were killed when members of the Ku Klux Klan and the American Nazi Party fired on a rally organized by the Communist Workers Party.
The American Nazi Party is an American political party, formed in February 1959 under the leadership of George Lincoln Rockwell, and currently chaired by Rocky Suhayda.
www.wikiverse.org /american-nazi-party   (236 words)

 Norwegian Nazi Party - Hirdmarinen
The flags sent by Paige Herring were used by Hirdmarinen, a naval subsection of the Norwegian Nazi party, in the years from 1942 to 1945.
In theory he was in charge of the civilian government of Norway and the NS party was to be fused with the state.
Other divisions of the hird, and other subsections of the NS party, had similar flag systems, but with different colours for the fields of their flags [3] [4].
www.fotw.net /flags/no-hmnaz.html   (1647 words)

 Gun Control's Nazi Connection
The Nazis used these inherited registration lists to seize privately held firearms from persons who were not "reliable." Knowing exactly who owned which firearms, the Nazis had only to revoke the annual ownership permits or decline to renew them.
Thus, the Nazi Weapons Law appeared to have no historical merit at Nuremberg and should not have attracted anyone's notice, certainly not to the extent of causing anyone to want to keep a copy of it as a separate document.
For example, the Nazi Weapons Law is not mentioned at all in William L. Shirer's very thorough study of Nazi Germany, 'The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich' (Simon and Schuster, New York, 1950).
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 News - StatesmanJournal.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The American Nazi Party application pledges only one person to do the cleanup along the road.
The signs proclaiming that Sunnyview Road NE between Cordon Road and 82nd Avenue is sponsored by the American Nazi Party NSM were installed Monday.
The few-mile stretch of road that the American Nazi Party is sponsoring is just east of Salem, in a rural area.
www.statesmanjournal.com /apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2005501280372   (1366 words)

 Siege Heil: The Bush-Rove-Schwarzenegger Nazi Nexus and the Destabilization of California
Arnold Schwarzenegger's Austrian father volunteered for the infamous Nazi SA and became a ranking officer.
The Bush family ties to the Nazi party are well known.
Loftus writes that Thyssen's "American friends in New York City [were] Prescott Bush and Herbert Walker, the father and father-in-law of a future President of the United States." That would be the current president's father, George Herbert Walker Bush, also the former CIA director.
www.commondreams.org /views03/1006-08.htm   (1392 words)

 Nazi photos
Nazi Vice-Chancellor Franz von Papen sits at the left, Pacelli in the middle, and the Rudolf Buttmann sits at the right.
Nazi Christian soldiers died as Protestants and Catholics and their grave markers testified to their religion.
, a Nazi sympathizer, and a candidate of Hitler, was elected to the position of Reich Bishop in 1933 as Hitler attempted to unite regional Protestant churches under Nazi control.
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By mid-July 1933, the Nazi party was the only political party permitted in Germany.
The appointment of Nazi party members to government positions increased Hitler's authority over state officials.
According to the Nazi party's leadership principle, authority flowed down from above and absolute obedience towards one's superior was expected at each level of the Nazi hierarchy.
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 Bush book: Chapter -2-
Nazi interests in the Silesian-American Corporation, long managed by Prescott Bush and his father-in-law George Herbert Walker, were seized under the Trading with the Enemy Act on Nov. 17, 1942.
Kurt von Schroeder was treasurer of the support organization for the Nazi Party's private armies, to which Friedrich Flick contributed.
On the other side, virtually all the Nazi trade with the United States was under the supervision of the Harriman interests and functionaries such as Prescott Bush, father of President George Bush.
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 Music Approved of by the Third Reich
Under the Nazi regime, all music produced had to fit within certain standards defined as "good" German music.
He founded the Bayreuth festival, which in the 1930s and 1940s was used by the Nazi party as a propaganda tool against the Jews.
She joined the Nazi party in 1933, stating, "Our German masters will find German interpreters." She was an antisemite, who felt that Jews had no place in German culture or society.
fcit.coedu.usf.edu /holocaust/arts/musReich.htm   (1188 words)

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