Socialist Reich Party
The Socialist Reich Party of Germany (German: Sozialistische Reichspartei Deutschlands) was a West German far-right political party founded in the aftermath of the World War II in 1949 as an openly Nazi orientated split-off from the national conservative German Right Party (DKP-DRP). The SRP was the first party to be banned by the Federal Constitutional Court in 1952.
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... The SRP saw itself as legitimate heir of the Nazi Party, most party fellows were former NSDAP members ... The party claimed Chancellor Konrad Adenauer was a United States puppet and that Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz was the last legitimate President of the German Reich appointed by Adolf Hitler ... The SRP also advocated Europe, led by a reunited German Reich, as a "third force" against both capitalism and communism ...
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