Nazi Pairty

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Naitional Socialist German Wirkers' Pairty
LeaderAnton Drexler (1920–1921)
Adolf Hitler (1921–1945)
Martin Bormann (1945)
FoonderAnton Drexler
Slogan"Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer" (unoffeecial)
Foondit1920 (1920)
Dissolved1945 (1945)
Precedit biGerman Wirkers' Pairty (DAP)
Succeedit biNone (banned)
Ideologies continued wi neo-Nazism
HeidquartersMunich, Germany[1]
NewspaperVölkischer Beobachter
Student weengNaitional Socialist German Students' League (NSDStB)
Youth weengHitler Youth (HJ)
Militar wingsSturmabteilung (SA)
Schutzstaffel (SS)
Sports organizationNationalsozialistischer Reichsbund für Leibesübungen (NSRL)
Weemens' organizationNaitional Socialist Weemen's League (NSF)
  • Fewer nor 60 in 1920
  • 8.5 million bi 1945[2]
IdeologyNaitional Socialism (Nazism)
German naitionalism
Poleetical poseetionFar-richt[3][4]
ColoursBlack, white, reid (German Imperial colors); broun
Party flag

The Naitional Socialist German Wirkers' Pairty (German: Aboot this soondNationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei , abbreviated NSDAP), commonly kent in Inglis as the Nazi Party (/ˈnɑːtsi/), wis a poleetical pairty in Germany active atween 1920 an 1945.

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  1. Rick Steves. Rick Steves' Snapshot Munich, Bavaria & Salzburg. Berkeley, California, USA; New York, New York, USA: Avalon Travel, 2010. p. 28. "Though the Nazis eventually gained power in Berlin, they remembered their roots, dubbing Munich "Capital of the Movement". The Nazi headquarters stood near today's obelisk on Brienner Strasse..."
  2. McNab, Chris (2011). Hitler's Master Plan, Amber Books Ltd. pp 22, 23. ISBN 1-907446-96-6
  3. Davidson, Eugene. The Making of Adolf Hitler: The Birth and Rise of Nazism. University of Missouri Press. p. 241.
  4. Orlow, Dietrich. The Nazi Party 1919-1945: A Complete History. Enigma Books. p. 29.