Nazi Party


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

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Haverbeck's late husband, Werner Georg Haverbeck, was a member of the Nazi party before and during World War II.
The German industrialist was a member of the Nazi Party, but is credited with saving the lives of 1,200 Jews during the Holocaust by employing them in his enamelware and ammunitions factories, which were located in occupied Poland and the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia.
Fleischmann, who heads the Bavarian state archives in Nuremberg, said a review of newly published prison records reveals that Hitler and fellow members of the Nazi Party were treated much more favourably than socialists or communists who were also incarcerated for staging a coup several years earlier.
Schindler was actually a terrible businessman -- Jewish overseers mostly ran the factory -- but he was a charmer who wined and dined and bribed important Nazi Party members, who awarded him with lucrative government contracts.
The first one focuses on the preconditions of Nazi rule in Austria, reaching back to German nationalism in the Habsburg monarchy and the traditions of the Nazi party in Austria and, in a rather far-fetched reference, to the Counter Reformation and to Josephinism.
A Nazi Party newspaper demanded that the Games be limited to whites only--a policy clearly at odds with International Olympic Committee rules.
What is more, in November 1932, the Nazi Party actually lost 2 million votes.
When his production of Kaiser and Weill's The Silver Lake opened just after Hitler came to power, the "SA filled a fairly large part of the theater and barracked away, and there was a vast crowd of Nazi Party people outside with banners and God knows what, yelling and all the rest of it.
This is clearest in the most extreme examples - the official architecture of the Nazi party as exemplified by the work of Paul Troost and Albert Speer.
The evidence for homosexuals in the Nazi Party is overwhelming.
Officials marked her exam forms with a telltale yellow stripe" despite the fact that her professor, then a member of the Nazi party, supported her academic work.
The head of Dr Oetker, a leading German chilled food maker, has admitted that the firm had links to Germany's Nazi party.
The report comes after Vienna Philharmonic was accused of covering up the ties with the Nazi Party.
In 1934, Abel collected 683 life histories written by members of the Nazi party in Germany.
Taking advantage of economic uncertainty is how the Nazi party started.