Nazi Party

nazi partyThe Nazi Party, and its precursor, The German Worker’s Party, was born out the anger and frustration prevalent in the aftermath of World War I and the humiliating Treaty of Versailles. There were many alienated, maladjusted soldiers and ex-soldiers with a thirst for adventure and a distaste for the peace brought on by the Treaty and the resulting democratic republic. They eagerly joined the German Workers’ Party in growing numbers. Hitler discovered that he had a talent for connecting with these disenfranchised, angry people and knew how to play on their fears.

The political platform of the Nazi Party was based on a 25-point program, including the union of all Germans in a greater German Reich; rejection of the Treaty of Versailles; the demand for additional territories for the German people (Lebensraum); citizenship determined by race with no Jew to be considered a German; all income not earned by work to be confiscated; a thorough reconstruction of the national education system; religious freedom except for religions which endanger the German race; and a strong central government for the execution of effective legislation.

National Socialism (1933 – 1945)
German Bundestag

The Nazi Party:
Background & Overview
Jewish Virtual Museum

Program of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party
The Avalon Project
Lillian Goldman Law Library
Yale Law School

Nazi Party
Wikipedia

Nazi Party (NSDAP)
Spartacus Educational

Nazi Party is Formed
The History Place

National Socialist Program
Wikipedia

Modern History Sourcebook:
The 25 Points 1920:
An Early Nazi Program
Fordham University

Nazi Party
History.com

The Holocaust:
The Nazi Party
Jewish Virtual Library
Links to Information About Nazi Leaders, Organization, Documentation etc..

The Third Reich
Chart – Power Structure
Jewish Virtual Library

The Program Of The National-Socialist (Nazi) German Workers Party
Yad Vashem

Triangles and Tribulations
The Politics of Nazi Symbols
Remember.org

Map: Administrative Structure under National Socialism (1941)
German History in Documents and Images (GHDI)

Hitler and the Nazi state: leadership, hierarchy ,and power
World History Center at the University of Pittsburgh

The Leaders of the Nazi Party
H2g2

NAZI GERMANY – GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE
MINISTRIES AND PARTY ORGANIZATIONS
World Future Fund

The Nazi Party:
The Third Reich Power Structure
Jewish Virtual Library

List of Nazi Party leaders and officials
Wikipedia

Who voted for the Nazis?
(electoral history of the National Socialist German Workers Party)
John D. Clare

The Geography of the Nazi Vote: Context, Confession, and Class in the Reichstag election of 1930
Indiana University

German federal election, March 1933
Wikipedia

The March 1933 Election
History Learning Site

German election and referendum, 1936
Wikipedia

 

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