The national socialist german workers' party (nazi party) is one of the most infamous political systems in the history of the earth, made famous by their severe acts of cruelty and completely inhuman behavior despite that, the nazi government implemented a number of policies which were for the. The name nazi is a contraction of the full party name, national socialist german workers' party (nationalsozialistische deutsche arbeiterpartei nsdap) nazism, in short, is simply one of several varieties of socialism. Nazism, also spelled naziism, in full national socialism, german nationalsozialismus, totalitarian movement led by adolf hitler as head of the nazi party in germanyin its intense nationalism, mass appeal, and dictatorial rule, nazism shared many elements with italian fascism. - the program of the national socialist german workers' party germany under the rule of the national socialist german workers' party believed they were superior to the peoples of all other nations and all individual efforts were to be performed for the betterment of the german state. The german: deutsche arbeiterpartei or german workers' party (dap), was a political party in germany just after world war iit did not last for very long, and became the national socialist german workers' party or nazi party (german: nationalsozialistische deutsche arbeiterpartei, acronym nsdap.
The national socialist german workers party (known as the nazi party) was the most nationalistic of the many german political parties of the weimar republic the handbook of the. The german workers' party was transformed in 1920 by hitler into the national socialist german workers' party the nazis advocated the uniting of all german people into one nation and the repudiation of the versailles treaty, which the allies had forced germany to sign. My purpose today is to make just two main points: (1) to show why nazi germany was a socialist state, not a capitalist one and (2) to show why socialism, understood as an economic system based on government ownership of the means of production, positively requires a totalitarian dictatorship the.
The social democratic party of germany (german sozialdemokratische partei deutschlands or spd) is the oldest political party of germany that still exists. The nazi party was elected to office by the freely cast ballots of millions of german voters, including men on every social, economic, and educational level in the national election of july 1932, the nazis obtained 37% of the vote and a plurality of seats in the reichstag. He changed the name of the party to the national socialist german workers' party, called for short, the nazi party (or nsdap) by the end of 1920, the nazi party had about 3,000 members by the end of 1920, the nazi party had about 3,000 members. The national socialist german workers' party, which was commonly referred to as the nazi party, was built on dictator adolf hitler's belief that aryan germans were superior to all non-aryans. In 1919, adolf hitler joined a small right-wing group called the german workers' party he took over as its leader, and changed its name to the national socialists (nazis.
But the german socialist party, thanks to the efforts and the unceasing sacrifices of more than thirty years, has attained a position that none of the other socialist parties in europe occupies: a position which guarantees it political power in a short while. The national socialist german workers party (german: (help nfo)), better known as the nsdap or the nazi party was a political party that was led to power in germany by adolf hitler in 1933. The national socialist german workers' party (german: nationalsozialistische deutsche arbeiterpartei (help info), abbreviated nsdap), commonly referred to in english as the nazi party (english: / ˈ n ɑː t s i, ˈ n æ t s i /), was a far-right political party in germany that was active between 1920 and 1945, that created and supported the. The party was officially called national socialist german workers' party the ideology of nazi party was that of racial superiority of the german people and anticommunist feeling or sentiment it was also based upon anti-semitism. German workers' party (dap) changed its name to national socialist german workers' party (nsdp) called the nazi party for short during its first meeting a 25 point programme was announced 29th july 1921.
Published: mon, 5 dec 2016 the national socialist workers' party (nazi party) ruled germany between 1933 and the end of world war 2 in 1945 adolf hitler was the leader of the nazi party and imposed many new laws in germany during this period. It was translated into every major language including the languages of those countries that experienced socialist revolutions and the socialist wholecaust (of which the holocaust was a part) under the national socialist german workers' party (~20 million dead), the union of soviet socialist republics (~60 million dead), and the peoples. The term originated in the 1920s when contemporaries searched for some way of getting round the long-winded title of the party - the national socialist german workers party (nsdap) it was used chiefly by the enemies of the party and never by the regime itself. Common symbols under the national socialist german workers' party often used the s shape, including the side-by-side use in the ss divison and the overlapping use in the hakenkreuz - swastika official use of the swastika by socialists in germany was preceded by the use of the hammer and sickle by socialists in russia, in 1917.
The national socialist german workers' party (nazis) exploited the resentment and fear stemming from versailles and the depression its platform was a clever, if contradictory, mixture of socialism, corporatism, and virulent assertion in foreign policy the nazis outdid the communists in forming. Hitler thus co-authored with drexler a 25 point program of demands, and pushed through, in 1920, a change of name: the national socialist german workers party, or nsdap, nazi there were socialist-leaning people in the party at this point, and the points did include socialist ideas, such as nationalizations. - the ideology and policies of adolf hitler and his national socialist german worker's party from 1921 to 1945 propaganda - the systematic spreading of a given doctrine or of allegations reflecting its views and interests. Adolf hitler, leader of the national socialist german workers (nazi) party, attempts a coup in munich, known as the beer hall putsch, which results in his imprisonment.