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  1. The Nazi Party temporarily tolerated a few known homosexuals, including Röhm, but never adopted such tolerance as a general principle or changed its views on homosexuality. There is no evidence that homosexuals were over-represented in the Nazi Party. History Nazi takeover and initial crackdown (1933)

  2. On 16 November 1918, one week after the November Revolution that brought down the monarchy after Germany’s defeat in World War I, an appeal for the founding of a new democratic party, written by the editor-in-chief of the Berliner Tageblatt Theodor Wolff and signed by 60 well-known people, appeared in the morning edition of the paper under the headline ‘The Great Democratic Party’.

  3. While the party set up a new youth league, which came to be called Moderate Youth League or The Young Swedes (currently the largest youth league in Sweden in terms of membership), the core of the old one (in spite of some districts, such as Young Swedes-Gothenburg joining the new one) set up its own party—the National League of Sweden—which fought elections as an openly pro-Nazi party ...

  4. National Socialist Party of America v. Village of Skokie , 432 U.S. 43 (1977), arising out of what is sometimes referred to as the Skokie Affair , [1] was a landmark decision of the US Supreme Court dealing with freedom of speech and freedom of assembly .

  5. Nick Griffin von der British National Party hält ebenso Kontakt zur Chrysi Avgi. Ungarn. Im Oktober 2013 gründeten diverse ehemalige Jobbik-Parteimitglieder die Partei Magyar Hajnal („Ungarische Morgenröte“), weil die Jobbik ihrer Ansicht nach nicht radikal genug sei.

  6. German Party program. In Munich, on 24 February 1920, Hitler publicly proclaimed the 25-point Program of the NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers' Party, referred to in English as the Nazi Party), when the Nazis were still known as the DAP (German Workers' Party).

  7. 1959–1967 American Nazi Party (ANP), 1967–1983 National Socialist White People's Party (NSWPP). Nationalsozialistische, militante Organisation. [187] Ab 1983 Wandel zu einem klandestinen, nazistischen Mystizismus.