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  • Is that to say that every German whose grandfather was a member of the Nazi party is a Nazi today?

    A family tradition | Jewschool

  • By mid-July, the Nazi party was the only political party left in Germany.

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  • Among the collection's more jarring items to be sold at future auctions: a 1920s Coke watch fob with a swastika—a freebie based on the symbol's ancient associations with good luck, not the Nazi party, Mr. Mooney says.

    Selling the Real Thing's Relics

  • His popularity and membership in the Nazi party, however, didn't prevent his work from being condemned as "degenerate" art by the regime and Nolde was ordered to stop painting.

    What's On Around Europe

  • Although he did not state it outright, it was clear Bonhoeffer had in mind his Jewish friends and colleagues who were falling victim to the ever more brazen anti-Jewish sentiment fomented by the newly en vogue Nazi party.

    Tim Suttle: Bonhoeffer As Our Christian Guide In The Middle East

  • According to Bondi, after the absorption of Austria into Nazi Germany, she sold her art business, W rthle Gallery, for a few thousand Reichsmarks to Friedrich Welz, who subsequently joined the Nazi party.

    Portrait of Notoriety

  • Sweden's controversy-plagued royal family has been hit with yet another scandal, with sources alleging that Queen Silvia's father had ties to the Nazi party.

    Sweden's Royal Family Hit With Nazi Allegations

  • Average Germans had access to firearms, but no inclination to use them to challenge the rise of the Nazi party.

    Josh Horwitz: Who You Callin' a Nazi?

  • The story of the Kallikak family was used as an argument for the segregation, the sterilization, and even the extermination of such people; in translation, the book was popular reading among members of the Nazi party in Germany.

    Origins

  • Ford's book quickly became the bible of German anti-Semites and early incarnations of the Nazi party.

    American Corporate Complicity Created Undeniable Nazi Nexus

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