Nazi Party

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Synonyms for Nazi Party

the political party founded in Germany in 1919 and brought to power by Hitler in 1933

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1982 - Which author claims the Booker Prize with Schindler's Ark, a novel profiling the true story of unlikely hero Oscar Schindler, a German Nazi party member who saved over 1,000 Jews from WWII concentration camps?
In addition to the papers of various East German parties, this particular branch of the German Federal Archives also houses the card file containing the names of German Nazi party members.
By all accounts, the mere mention of Adolf Hitler--the Austrian-born founder of the German Nazi Party and Third Reich Chancellor--conjures up an image of the most detestable figure in recent history, a modern Beelzebub whose legacy embodies only horror, mayhem, and extermination, a fiendish nationalist responsible for untold misery and ruin.
WITHOUT Adolf Hitler's malign influence, the German Nazi party might not have become so powerful.
There are membership cards in the German Nazi Party files of the Berlin Documents Center for both Droege and Bohnenberger's father.
He also was an "honour guest" at German Nazi party NDP's 'National Day of Resistance' rally in Passau in May 2000.
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