socialist movement in Germany by William Stephen Sanders

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Statementby W. Stephen Sanders.
SeriesFabian tract, no. 169, Fabian tract ;, 169.
LC ClassificationsHX11 .F25 no. 169
The Physical Object
Pagination27, [1] p.
Number of Pages27
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Open LibraryOL6333180M
LC Control Number36003029

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The remaining Nazis formed the NSFB as a legal means. The World Socialist Movement (WSM) is an international organisation of socialist parties created in with the founding of the Socialist Party of Great Britain (SPGB).Colours: Red.

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The Nazis were fascists, not socialists. Everyone knows fascism is right wing, socialism is left wing. Yet despite its failure to stop Hitler in and veritable dismantling in subsequent years, Germany’s socialist labor movement and its decidedly progressive traditions outlived Hitler in the factories of its industrial cities, and began gathering up the fragments as soon as open political activity became possible.

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The membership of the National Socialist Movement (NSM) grew slightly inwhich can be attributed to vigorous recruitment efforts, the demise of another neo-Nazi group, the National Vanguard, and the continued downward spiral of the National Alliance.

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