What did the Nazi Party stand for in the 1920s?

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The Nazi Party was originally the German Worker's Party, led by Drexler. After being told to spy on it for the army, in 191, Hitler joined the party and Drexler saw that Hitler had great potential, put him in charge of propaganda and political ideas for the party.

The 25 Point Programme:

In 1920 the party announced itself as the NAZI Party and its ideas

  • The abolition of the Treaty of Versailles
  • Union with Austria
  • Only true Germans allowed in Germany. Jews particularly were to be executed
  • Large industries and businesses to be nationalised
  • Generous provision for old age pensioners
  • A strong central government in Germany

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