By making extensive use of archival resources, Mariken Lenaerts gives an overview of the most important changes adopted in marriage and divorce law by the Nazis and proves that although daily marital life in both countries was highly influenced by National Socialism, marriage and divorce law did not become National Socialist.
Listen to Lenaerts explaining about her project: https:// In 2013 the book was awarded the Prix Fondation Auschwitz – Jacques Rozenberg.
The NSDAP also adopted a political manifesto, the ’25 Points’, outlining its core ideas and policies.
In July 1921 Drexler stood down as party chairman, allowing Hitler to fill this role.
The party grew steadily through 1920, due in some part to Hitler’s influence.The party’s founding members were unremarkable characters.Anton Drexler was a factory worker and aspiring poet who had supported German involvement in World War I.According to their rules, you can't officially be a member, but you can receive their newsletter, The White Worker. ( He considered many non-white people's to be part of the Aryan race.)Additionally, more than one National Socialist movement exists.I believe that the reason people still cling to National Socialism is that they are inspired at how powerful Nazi Germany was, and naturally this inspired some non-whites too.
All four had links to Germany’s movement; all were strong nationalists who accepted the deluded stab-in-the-back theory as fact.