Nsdap

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Ernst Graf Zu Reventlow - DVFP and NSDAP Involvement
... Reventlow quarreled with the more conservative Graefe and left the party to join the NSDAP (Nazi Party), bringing over his faction en bloc, including Bernhard ... This greatly improved the NSDAP position in northern Germany, where the DVFP had always been stronger than the NSDAP, and by the end of 1928 the DVFP had for all ... with the more socialistic wing of the NSDAP headed by Gregor Strasser which favored genuine socialistic measures and an alliance with the Soviets against the western democracies ...
Helmuth Brückner - Life
... In 1924, Brückner joined the NS-Freiheitsbewegung (the NSDAP had been banned after the failed “Beer Hall Putsch” in 1923) and became editor of Schlesien Volksstimme ... Brückner organized the NSDAP in Silesia and on March 15, 1925, he officially joined the refounded NSDAP (number 2 023) and was appointed Gauleiter for ... On August 17, 1932 Brückner was named Kommissar Ost der NSDAP ...
NSDAP/AO (1972)
... The NSDAP/AO is an American neo-Nazi organization ... The organization stands for "NSDAP Aufbau- und Auslandsorganisation" (English NSDAP Development and Foreign Organization) ... claims to be a continuation of the original NSDAP/AO and supplies neo-Nazis worldwide with propaganda material ...
Agressive Leaders In Germany And Japan - Decline (1930–1933) - Consequences
... The NSDAP meant to imply a particular mechanical meaning of the word a certain means of wiring an electrical generator and electric motors, so that when ... The NSDAP was thought of as the generator, and other civil groups as motors wired to it ... Most other parties had dissolved before being officially banned the NSDAP's coalition partner, the DNVP, dissolved on 27 June, one day after Hugenberg's resignation from the ...
Philipp Bouhler - Nazi Functionary
... He joined the NSDAP in July 1922 with membership number 12 ... By autumn 1922 he had become deputy manager of the NSDAP ... of the Party in 1925, he became Reich Secretary of the NSDAP ...