Das Programm der N.S.D.A.P und seine weltanschaulichen Grundgedanken - The Program of the N.S.D.A.P and its Fundamental Ideological Thoughts.
An explanatory booklet for the German voter by Gottfried Feder detailing the platform and basic principles of the Nazi Party - the superiority of the Aryan race, and denying citizenship rights to Jews, marking the Jew as the greatest enemy of Germany and the world. The booklet was issued ahead of the elections to the German Reichstag. Munich, 1932.
A booklet elaborating in depth on the ideological ideas of the Nazi Party prior the 1932 elections in Germany. Alongside a detailed platform dealing with domestic issues of improving welfare and strengthening the German working class to which the Nazi Party is committed, the booklet extensively addresses the Jewish issue in whole antisemitic sections, defining well the worldview of the Nazi Party and its principles: "To a certain extent, antisemitism is an emotional foundation of our movement. Every National Socialist is antisemitic, but not every antisemite will become a National Socialist...". The writer explains that the antisemite indeed identified the issue of the plague - the Jew, but antisemitism in itself is a demand to remove Jews from the country and from our economic lives, however the Nazi Party demands to solve the problem from its root by solving "the world problem" of the Jew. "Great wealth overshadows the world and its supporter is the Jew" it is written. The booklet argues that Jews control German money and world money, and only strengthening of the Nazi Party and its rise to power will put an end to this situation.
From page 35 onwards under the title "The National and Economic Program of the German National Socialist Workers' Party", the platform of the Nazi Party appears in detail. Among other things, it states: "Our goal is the rebirth of Germany in the German spirit towards German freedom" and "The way to this final goal" is described according to articles stating: "Establishing a closed national state including all German tribes". In clause 3: "Exclusion of Jews and all non-Germans from all responsible positions in public life". Clause 4: "Prevention of immigration of Eastern Jews and other parasitic foreigners. Problematic Jews and foreigners can be deported". Clause 5: "Only Germans committed to the cultural destiny can realize citizenship rights". It further states that "The rights and interests of Germans take precedence over those of foreign peoples" , and there are clauses regarding the suppression of "harmful influences" in literature and the press, and the construction of a form of state "consistent with German nature" based on the foundations of race theory, and more.
In that year's Reichstag elections the Nazi Party received 230 delegates, and a strong opposition led by Hitler led to the resignation of von Papen, shortly after Hitler became German Chancellor in January 1933.
64 p. 22 cm. Good condition.