German Reich Party

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List Of White Nationalist Organizations - Germany
... National Democratic Party of Germany, (Nationaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands abbreviated NPD) is a far-right German nationalist party formed in 1964 ... The NPD was founded in 1964 as a successor to the German Reich Party (German Deutsche Reichspartei, DRP) and considers itself to be Germany's "only ... German People's Union, (Deutsche Volksunion abbreviated DVU) was a German nationalist party formed in 1971 by Gerhard Frey ...
Last Orgy Of The Third Reich
... Last Orgy of the Third Reich (Italian L'ultima orgia del III Reich, English Gestapo's Last Orgy) is a 1977 Italian Nazi exploitation film directed by Cesare Canevari ...
Los Angeles Philharmonic Discography - Stefan Asbury - DG Concerts — Recorded Live At Walt Disney Concert Hall
... Reich Tehillim (with Synergy Vocals) Reich Three Movements for Orchestra Reich Variations for Winds, Strings and Keyboard ...
The Mass Psychology Of Fascism - Summary
... The question at the heart of Reich's book was this Why did the masses turn to authoritarianism which is clearly against their interests? Reich set out to analyze "the ... this led to him being kicked out of the Communist Party ... Reich argued that the reason Nazism was chosen over fascism was sexual repression ...

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    Abraham Lincoln (1809–1865)

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