19 Facts About Nazi Party


Nazi Party was the second speaker of the evening, and spoke to 111 people.

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In 1920, the Nazi Party officially announced that only persons of "pure Aryan descent []" could become party members and if the person had a spouse, the spouse had to be a "racially pure" Aryan.

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Nazi Party's strategy proved successful; at a special party congress on 29 July 1921, he replaced Drexler as party chairman by a vote of 533to1.

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Nazi Party grew significantly during 1921 and 1922, partly through Hitler's oratorical skills, partly through the SA's appeal to unemployed young men, and partly because there was a backlash against socialist and liberal politics in Bavaria as Germany's economic problems deepened and the weakness of the Weimar regime became apparent.

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Nazi Party rallies were often held in beer halls, where downtrodden men could get free beer.

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In December 1920, the Nazi Party had acquired a newspaper, the, of which its leading ideologist Alfred Rosenberg became editor.

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Nazi Party was banned on 9 November 1923; however, with the support of the nationalist Volkisch-Social Bloc, it continued to operate under the name "German Party" ( or DP) from 1924 to 1925.

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The new Nazi Party was no longer a paramilitary organisation and disavowed any intention of taking power by force.

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The areas of strongest Nazi Party support were in rural Protestant areas such as Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg, Pomerania and East Prussia.

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Nazi Party now came to be seen as de facto leader of the opposition and donations poured into the Nazi Party's coffers.

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Nazi Party accused them of having conspired to stage a coup d'etat, but it is believed that this was only a pretence to justify the suppression of any intraparty opposition.

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The Chancellery of the Fuhrer, officially an organisation of the Nazi Party, took over the functions of the Office of the President, blurring the distinction between structures of party and state even further.

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Between 1939 and 1945, the Nazi Party led regime, assisted by collaborationist governments and recruits from occupied countries, was responsible for the deaths of at least eleven million people, including 5.

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At the top of the Nazi Party was the party chairman, who held absolute power and full command over the party.

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The eighteen formed the "Reich Leadership of the Nazi Party", which was established at the so-called Brown House in Munich.

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Nazi Party had a number of party offices dealing with various political and other matters.

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Irregular Swiss branch of the Nazi Party established a number of Party in that country, most of them named after their regional capitals.

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General membership of the Nazi Party mainly consisted of the urban and rural lower middle classes.

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However, this regulation was waived and full Nazi Party members served in the in particular after the outbreak of World War II.

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