The history of the nazi party

Hitler set about consolidating his power, destroying Weimar democracy and establishing a dictatorship.

The history of the nazi party

We demand a division of profits of all heavy industries. However, it was the effects of the Great Depression in Germany that brought the Nazi Party to its first real nationwide importance. Non-Germans are forbidden by law any financial interest in German publications, or any influence on them, and as punishment for violations the closing of such a publication as well as the immediate expulsion from the Reich of the non-German concerned.

If it is impossible to sustain the total population of the State, then the members of foreign nations non-citizens are to be expelled from the Reich.

Genuine fear existed there might be a widespread Communist revolution in Germany like the Russian revolution. We combat the corrupting parliamentary economy, office-holding only according to party inclinations without consideration of character or abilities.

Nazi party definition

The platform also called for over-turning the tenants of the Treaty of Versailles and reinstating the power of the German military that Versailles had severely restricted. Troops opened fire and 16 Nazis were killed. That man has everything to be king. From its earliest beginnings the party tended towards right wing politics. Opponents seized on this, and the long-existing Sozi, to attach a dismissive nickname to the National Socialists. We demand substitution of a German common law in place of the Roman Law serving a materialistic world-order. The German economy continued to improve and as unemployment fell, so did the support for extremist political parties such as the NSDAP. He was the fifty-fifth person to join the group. What said depended very much on the audience.

On 31 Octobera party with similar policies and objectives came into power in Italy, the National Fascist Partyunder the leadership of the charismatic Benito Mussolini.

In this way Germany became a de facto unitary statewith all state governments controlled by the central government under the NSDAP.

In German nationalist circles, the swastika was considered a symbol of an " Aryan race " and it symbolised the replacement of the Christian Cross with allegiance to a National Socialist State.

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.

From this point forward, the German government functioned without input from the other parties and the Reichstag, which now met in the Kroll Opera House, was rendered useless. Sales of Hitler's political autobiography "Mein Kampf," sometimes referred to as the bible of the Nazi Party, made him a millionaire.

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Hitlertherefore redefined socialism by placing the word 'National' before it.

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A Short History of the Nazi Party