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“I agree, and the BBC do love the classic analogy of the latter with the Nazi party , but conveniently forget that the Germans were officially called the NSDAP, and were also a Socialist Workers Party!”
“And, in any case, the NSDAP was the only legal party from mid-1933 onward.”
“It could be argued, just as for Herbert von Karajan and less famously Karl Böhm, that her association with the NSDAP was a "career thing.”
“What made this unacceptable to the NSDAP was their insularism. "jobs for the boys".”
“Janine, my point is that even in those elections the NSDAP was the strongest party and therefore the winner of the election, if you consider the german parliamentary system. (33% and 37% of the vote).”
“It is untrue that "most books" call the NSDAP the Nazi party.”
“Those parties - such as NSDAP or the communist parties - would once pretend to be small, suppressed, and cute groups that deserved support.”
“A party such as the NSDAP, which is responsible to history for the future of the German Reich, cannot content itself with the hope for future leaders but must create a strain of strong and true personalities which should offer the constantly renewed possibility of replacing leaders whenever it is necessary. [”
“The '' 'Nazi Party' '' ( '' 'NSDAP' '', formally the '' Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei '' or in English '' National Socialist German Workers 'Party' ”
“Amusing, considering that exactly this reaction towards undesirable votes alowed the NSDAP to gain power, up to using decrees and the government elites as driving anti democratic forces.”
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